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Ken Paxton Impeachment

Paxton trial, Sept. 12: Whistleblower says he feared Paxton had “turned over” his office to donor

A Paxton whistleblower testified that the attorney general took an unusual interest in Nate Paul’s litigation against a charity in 2020. Another said Paul benefited from an opinion on foreclosures.

Darren McCarty, whistleblower and former Deputy Attorney General for Civil Litigation under Ken Paxton, testifies and answers questions from Dick DeGuerin, a lead prosecutor for the House’s impeachment team, during the sixth day of Paxton’s impeachment trial on Sept. 12, 2023.

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Whistleblower says Paxton took unusual interest in Mitte Foundation, Nate Paul lawsuit

Credit union CEO alleges Nate Paul benefited from “surprising” attorney general opinion prohibiting foreclosures during pandemic

Former U.S. attorney had concerns about conflicts of interest

Cammack says Paxton misled and then stiffed him

Lawyer hired to investigate Nate Paul’s claims says he reported directly to Paxton

As impeachment testimony continues, both sides running out of allotted time

Former district attorney found Paxton donor’s claims about a conspiracy “ridiculous”

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