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Dr. Annette Bosworth Defends Self In YouTube Video

June 10, 2014, 3:11 PM by Alyssa Smith

Dr. Annette Bosworth Defends Self In YouTube Video

It's been one week since the primary election and just six days since former U.S. Senate candidate Doctor Annette Bosworth was charged with 12 felonies. Now, she's using the internet to defend herself.

"We've been very open about the facts because they're facts and they're there but not all the facts are out and this story will continue to evolve. There's much more to come," Bosworth said in a YouTube video posted Tuesday.

She also tweeted that a documentary film crew is following her around.
 
Bosworth is due in court later this month in Pierre.

 

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