The woman behind a pending bar complaint against Georgia House Speaker David Ralston rebutted claims this week by the speaker’s counsel that she is being exploited by a “cabal” of Ralston’s political enemies.

Amanda Mosher’s grievance “is not part of any subversive political conspiracy,” said her attorney, Atlanta legal malpractice and personal injury lawyer Linley Jones, in a June 21 letter to bar investigators.

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