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BIRMINGHAM, AL - OCTOBER 24:  Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley (Top) speaks behind the body of deceased civil rights icon Fred Shuttlesworth during his funeral at Faith Chapel Christian Center on October 24, 2011 in Birmingham, Alabama. Shuttlesworth?s family was attacked and his home and church were bombed during the time fought for civil rights for blacks in Birmingham. Birmingham, along with Selma and Montgomery, were touchstones in the civil rights movement which eventually spread across the South and throughout America. Shuttlesworth died October 5. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
BIRMINGHAM, AL - OCTOBER 24:  Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley (Top) speaks behind the body of deceased civil rights icon Fred Shuttlesworth during his funeral at Faith Chapel Christian Center on October 24, 2011 in Birmingham, Alabama. Shuttlesworth?s family was attacked and his home and church were bombed during the time fought for civil rights for blacks in Birmingham. Birmingham, along with Selma and Montgomery, were touchstones in the civil rights movement which eventually spread across the South and throughout America. Shuttlesworth died October 5. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley denied that he and a top aide had a sexual affair after explicit recordings of him became public. CNN affiliate WSFA reports.