Speaker Sexton Sidesteps “Cyberstalking” Investigation Question

A Federal “Cyberstalking” Investigation Into Three People Critical Of House Speaker Cameron Sexton Could Make It Appear The State’s Third In Command Had Something To Do With The Confiscation Of Their Cell Phones… But Sexton Says Not So Fast.

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Former Tennessee House Speaker, Chief Of Staff Claim Federal Charges “Vague” Enough To Dismiss

Former House Speaker Glen Casada And His Chief Of Staff, Cade Cothren, Are Seeking Dismissal Of Federal Charges In A Corruption Probe, Claiming They Are “Vague And Unconstitutional.”

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Former TN House Speaker Casada Files Motion To Dismiss Federal Corruption Charges As Trial Looms

Former House Speaker Glen Casada Wants Federal Charges Against Him Dismissed Before An October Trial, Claiming Lawmakers Who Did Business With A New Vendor Called Phoenix Solutions Received The Services They Requested.

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Tennesseans’ Right of Remonstrance “Wiped From Our Collective Knowledge” By The State, Constitutional Conservative Seeks Restoration

Constitutional Conservative John A. Gentry Has Been Fighting To Restore Tennesseans’ Right Of Remonstrance For Several Years And Is Now Running For The Tennessee House Seat In District 45, Currently Held By Rep. Johnny Garrett (R-Goodlettsville).

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Judge Sets Thursday Deadline On State To Answer Subpoena In Cothren Case

U.S. District Court Judge Eli Richardson Set A Thursday Deadline For Federal Prosecutors To Respond To The Defense’s Request For A Pre-Trial Subpoena Of House Speaker Cameron Sexton’s Communication Records In The Corruption Case Against Former Chief Of Staff Cade Cothren, Court Records Show.

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