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September 9, 2023 of the fired staffers, former deputy attorney general for legal counsel Ryan Vassar (wiping tears from his eyes), testified that he and other staffers had no evidence to support the complaint they filed with the FBI, which is the basis for the impeachment articles.

Little asked Vassar questions related to an FBI complaint he and others made.

By Bethany Blankley, The Center Square Staff, Just the News, September 8, 2023

On the third day of the impeachment trial of suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a former deputy attorney general who was fired for insubordination, and who later sued claiming wrongful termination, said he and other former staffers had no evidence to support their claim that Paxton allegedly committed a crime.

The charges levied in the 20 articles of impeachment brought by the House General Investigating Committee are based on unsworn statements provided by three witnesses who have so far testified in the impeachment trial, among others. They include charges of bribery, abuse of public trust, being unfit for office, among other allegations. Four articles were held in abeyance. …

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