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WPMI-TV reporter was expected to testify against a former local politician

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Andrea Ramey of WPMI-TV was expected to provide testimony for the Mobile County District Attorney's Office's lawsuit against Earline Martin-Harris, the former president of the city council for Prichard, Alabama (northwest of Mobile), this past Wednesday, May 21st, due to the subpoenas for her and a report she did for WPMI-TV back in November 2013 concerning the residency of Earline Martin-Harris until the lawsuit was dismissed that day due to Earline Martin-Harris abdicating her former position that day, shortly before the lawsuit could be tried that day (Andrea Ramey mentioned the subpoenas in some of her broadcasts about the abdication and dismissal for WPMI-TV's local news programming on May 21st).

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