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Danny Ray ButlerJohn Dee Carruth, CEO of the troubled $603 million Alabama One Credit Union, testified in federal court Friday that the credit union is paying criminal lawyers to represent him, former Member Business Lending Manager Tammy Ewing and perhaps other employees, according to legal sources who were in the courtroom.

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