Homicide

Texas officials release video showing jail hall leading to Sandra Bland's cell on day she died

In this July 13, 2015, frame taken from video provided by the Waller County Sheriff's Department from a motion-operated camera, emergency personnel  carry a gurney near Sandra Bland's jail cell, at the Waller County jail in Hempstead, Texas. The video, released Monday, July 20, shows there was no activity for about 90 minutes in the hallway leading to the cell where authorities say Bland was found hanged, three days after her arrest. (Waller County Sheriff's Department via AP)

In this July 13, 2015, frame taken from video provided by the Waller County Sheriff's Department from a motion-operated camera, emergency personnel carry a gurney near Sandra Bland's jail cell, at the Waller County jail in Hempstead, Texas. The video, released Monday, July 20, shows there was no activity for about 90 minutes in the hallway leading to the cell where authorities say Bland was found hanged, three days after her arrest. (Waller County Sheriff's Department via AP)  (The Associated Press)

Authorities in Texas have released a video covering the three hours before Sandra Bland was found dead in her jail cell.

A transcript of the video released Monday by the Waller County sheriff's department shows that for more than 90 minutes before the 28-year-old Naperville, Illinois, was found dead, there was no movement in the hallway leading to her cell.

Bland was arrested July 10 after officials said she became uncooperative during a traffic stop. She was found dead in her cell on July 13. Authorities say Bland hanged herself, but her family questions that account.

Meanwhile, a dashcam video of the traffic stop has yet to be publicly released.