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In a deposition on June 20, 2013, Brooke Ashjian, now Fresno Unified school board president, testifies about posting negative internet comments about Gay Fresno. Attorney Tim Thompson, for Harold Zinkin, and attorney Barbara Rueger, for Ashjian, are also heard in the deposition video. Special to The Bee

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