More conversations regarding the troubled cooperative come to light; plus, attorney Jay Smyth speaks out in his clients' defense.
Attorneys for the credit union say they have proof state officials pressured Sarah Moore to take action against it.
The $602M credit union alleges a conspiracy with secret meetings involving the governor and ACUA.
John Dee Carruth speaks candidly about the political forces he says are working against Alabama One.
John Dee Carruth, CEO of Alabama One, speaks out about his temporary suspension, lawsuits against the credit union and a short annual meeting.
Larry Morgan says he'd rather spend time with family. Gov. Bentley appoints an interim ACUA head. Attorneys in Alabama One lawsuits also speak.
The Alabama One CU, target of a fraud investigation, says the ACUA was manipulated by trial lawyers when it suspended, then reinstated, four employees.