Rep Jim Jordan wants information on computer crash of federal lawyer who campaigned for Obama at work

by - July 15, 2014

Theorizing that the Federal Election Commission may have destroyed evidence that could be used against a former FEC attorney who admitted campaigning for President Obama's re-election while on the job, Rep. Jim Jordan wants the agency to provide his investigative subcommittee with information on how it happened to recycle a hard drive that belonged to the lawyer, April Sands. "The FEC's failure to retain Ms. Sands' hard drive prevented the FEC (Office of Inspector General) from fully pursuing appropriate criminal sanctions for Ms. Sands' admitted violations of federal law," said a letter Jordan wrote on Monday with House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Darrell Issa.

Source: Rep Jim Jordan wants information on computer crash of federal lawyer who campaigned for Obama at work | cleveland.com

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