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Russell Pearce's Olivia Cortes Problem: Video #2

Here is the long awaited second video from my colleague, Phoenix videographer Dennis Gilman, culled from the shenanigans that took place at a recent GOP Legislative District 19 meeting in Mesa. For an intro to the players and what's going on, read my initial blog on this meeting, here, and view Dennis' first video on the LD 19 ruckus, here.

I was happy to see Channel 12's Brahm Resnik follow the story and use some of the footage from Dennis' first video. And I was pleased that Channel 12 credited Dennis on the footage, albeit in mouseprint. 

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