VALDOSTA, Ga. -- Hundreds of hours of surveillance video will be released early next week in the case of Valdosta teen Kendrick Johnson's death.
An attorney for the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office tells 11Alive the file is so large, they had to order special equipment to prepare the videos.
Friday, family and friends held a Justice for KJ rally in Valdosta.
A hearing is set for Monday where a judge will decide whether to order a coroner's inquest to review the teen's death.
Complete Coverage of Kendrick Johnson's death:
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* Video released in Kendrick Johnson death
* Johnson's parents talk to 11Alive
* Second autopsy questions Johnson's death
* Johnson's parents ask for coroner's inquest