SC Attorney General Alan Wilson, left, asked political consultant Richard Quinn for advice on a letter he was writing to Solicitor David Pascoe about a criminal investigation that Mr Quinn would later get caught up in.
SC Attorney General Alan Wilson, left, asked political consultant Richard Quinn for advice on a letter he was writing to Solicitor David Pascoe about a criminal investigation that Mr Quinn would later get caught up in. cscoppe@thestate.com
SC Attorney General Alan Wilson, left, asked political consultant Richard Quinn for advice on a letter he was writing to Solicitor David Pascoe about a criminal investigation that Mr Quinn would later get caught up in. cscoppe@thestate.com

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