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Weird Developments With Special Prosecutors of Texas AG

The prosecution of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has taken some weird turns this past week. A court of appeals ordered payments to the special prosecutors stopped, and in an unrelated criminal case, a federal judge removed one of the prosecutors from representing his client, a member of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, because he had a conflict of interest.

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Texas AG Looks Forward to Jury Trial in Criminal Securities Case

The highest criminal court in the Lone Star State has declined to hear the securities fraud case against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. A spokesman for Paxton said that the Attorney General is looking forward to going to trial before a jury.

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Conflicting Witness Statements in Texas Attorney General Case Raise Serious Concerns

A notice filed by special prosecutors in the securities fraud cases against Texas Attorney General Paxton raises potentially exculpatory, as well as damaging evidence. Clint Broden, a lawyer from Dallas who is double-board certified in criminal law told Breitbart Texas, “The notice could be a double-edged sword.”