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Lawyer for former elections supervisor says he released videos in Georgia 2020 interference case

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Lawyer for former elections supervisor says he released videos in Georgia 2020 interference case
November 15, 2023

ATLANTA (AP) — A lawyer for a former elections director charged alongside former President Donald Trump and others over efforts to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election said Wednesday that he released videos of prosecutors’ interviews with some of their codefendants because he thought they helped his client and the public had the right to see them.

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