HEMPSTEAD, Texas (AP) — Texas authorities planned to release more video Tuesday of Sandra Bland during her three days in jail.

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Margaret Hilaire bows her head in prayer during a demonstration calling for the firing and indictment of Texas State Trooper Brian Encinia, Sunday, July 26, 2015, in Katy, Texas. Sandra Bland was found dead in her cell on July 13 in the Waller County Jail, just days after being arrested by Encinia during a traffic stop. Authorities determined through an autopsy that Bland hanged herself with a plastic bag. (Brett Coomer/Houston Chronicle via AP)

Waller County Judge Trey Duhon said several hours of jail footage will be distributed to the media Tuesday afternoon, partially in response to conspiracy theories about the death of Bland, who died in her jail cell three days after her arrest during a traffic stop.

“Not only was she alive and well through the whole process, there’s nothing on the videos that shows that she was mistreated at the jail in any way, shape or form,” he said.

Duhon said the video will include footage of Bland sitting in a holding cell, making phone calls and having her mug shot taken.

Bland, a Black 28-year-old from suburban Chicago, was found dead in the Waller County jail on July 13. Authorities have said Bland hanged herself with a garbage bag, a finding that her family disputes. She was in custody after a traffic stop for failing to use a turn signal escalated into a physical confrontation with a White state trooper.

She was taken into custody after being pulled over for failing to use a turn signal, in a traffic stop by a White state trooper.

On Monday, an initial toxicology report was released for Bland that two experts said raised the possibility that she may have used marijuana while in custody.

The amount of THC, one of the active components of marijuana, in Bland’s system was 18 micrograms per liter, according to the report. That’s more than three times the legal limit for drivers in Colorado and Washington, states that permit the recreational use of marijuana.

Al committee of outside attorneys will assist Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis in investigating Bland’s death.

“I don’t know if we’ll ever get an answer to all the questions,” said attorney Lewis White of Sugar Land, one of the committee members. “But our job is to get answers. There are going to be answers some people don’t like.”

The Texas Rangers and the FBI are investigating the case.