Transcript for South Dakota AG faces pressure to resign after fatal car accident
accident, after he hit a pedestrian who did not survive. Tonight, newly released video of the police interrogation in South Dakota. What he told investigators, first claiming he thought he'd hit a deer. And the moment investigators ask him about finding the victim's glasses in the a.g.'s car. Here's ABC's Alex Perez. Quite frankly, wham. Reporter: With calls for his resignation growing, tonight those disturbing interviews with South Dakota attorney general Jason ravnsborg recalling the night he struck and killed 55-year-old Joe Boever. I'm thinking it's a deer at this point. Reporter: Authorities releasing recordings of two interrogations the attorney general faced in the days after the deadly crash last September. 9-1-1. This is ally. How can I help you? All, this is -- well, ally, I'm a attorney general. It hit something, by highmore. It was in the middle of the year. Reporter: But investigators disputing that. One of the other things we know, Jason, is that you weren't in the middle of the road. You were on the shoulder. Reporter: The South Dakota A.G. Maintains he never realized he had struck a person. Then this chilling moment when investigators asked about a pair of glasses that belong to the victim and were found inside the They're Joe's glasses. I wondered about that. So that means his face came through your windshield. Reporter: David, the attorney is facing three misdemeanor charges, but none for the death of Joe Boever. The attorney general says he will not resign, but one state legislature has introduced articles of impeachment to have him removed. David? Alex Perez reporting. Thank you. We're going to turn next
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