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Tuesday September 20th, 2022 evening edition

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Washington (CNN) Newly obtained surveillance video shows for the first time what happened inside a Georgia county elections office the day its voting systems are known to have been breached on January 7, 2021.

A Republican county official in Georgia and operatives working with an attorney for former President Donald Trump spent hours inside a restricted area of the Coffee County elections office that day.

Among those seen in the footage is Cathy Latham, a former GOP chairwoman of Coffee County who is under criminal investigation for posing as a fake elector in 2020.

CNN previously reported that Latham escorted operatives working with former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell through the front door of the elections office on January 7, 2021.

The new footage appears to undercut previous claims by Latham that she was not "personally involved" in the breach.

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The footage also features the two men Latham escorted into the building earlier that day, Scott Hall and Paul Maggio, both of whom have acknowledged they were part of a team that gained access to Coffee County's voting systems. »

DreadOut developer Digital Happiness announces action RPG Graveless for PS5, Xbox Series, and PC

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DreadOut series developer Digital Happiness has announced Graveless, a third-person action RPG where players become the harbinger of death and purify the undead.

It will launch for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC via Steam in “202X.”.

About Graveless is a single-player, third-person dungeon crawler and hack-and-slash action RPG set in the realm of chaos when immortality is no longer a myth and fiction. »

Customers are stealing shopping baskets instead of buying bags, N.J. supermarkets say

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And the Monmouth County store is not buying new shopping baskets, making the bins the latest grocery store convenience to disappear in the aftermath of the plastic bag ban.

Despite the lengthy warning, several grocery stores across the state report unprepared customers are flouting basic shopping rules and common decency by stealing handheld baskets.

Stefanie Shuman, a spokeswoman for Stop and Shop, confirmed customers at her chain are also raiding the stacks of shopping baskets. »

Some Assembly Required: Why the UN’s Broadest Forum Matters More Than Ever

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has filed a special petition to provide pre-recorded remarks at the UN General Assembly, arguing that he cannot leave his war-torn nation.

Part of the test of this year’s General Assembly is how the proceedings manifest on television, Twitter, and TikTok.

This year’s General Assembly meeting has the opportunity to distinguish itself as the moment when that transformation began in earnest. »