Thursday, March 31, 2011

Lakeland Times, Second Time, Holperin Already Deleted Them

We see people are trying to get emails sent to the fleebagers from Madison.

Groups seek emails of Democratic lawmakers - JSOnline

"At least two politically minded groups have made extensive open records requests for emails sent and received by state legislators, two of the groups confirmed Thursday.

A third group has made at least one such request.

A spokesman for the John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy said the Wisconsin-based think tank had asked for emails from six Democratic legislators dating from the beginning of the year until now. The spokesman, Brian Fraley, said the group was seeking correspondence related to Gov. Scott Walker's budget-repair bill.

Orville Seymer of the group Citizens for Responsible Government said Thursday that his group asked for emails from five Democratic senators dating from Feb. 17 to March 28.

He said the five were Sens. Chris Larson of Milwaukee; Robert Wirch of Pleasant Prairie; Dave Hansen of Green Bay; James Holperin of Eagle River; and Mark Miller of Monona."

Move along, nothing here, Jim Holperin deleted all his files already. Let's look at past history on Holperin.
Remember this from the Lakeland Times. 

The office of the state attorney general told The Lakeland Times this week it has no statutory jurisdiction to offer a legal opinion about a policy adopted by state Sen. Jim Holperin (D-Conover) of routinely deleting emails his office receives.
Yep, Jimbo already got rid of them.

Maybe the Wisconsin Paper of Record, The Lakeland Times will look into this. My mistake, they're  probably already on it. 

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