There has been some talk about records not being provided or not having records available.
The facts are very simple. The LAW requires retention of records for specific periods of time.
When someone says someone was working somewhere, but there is no proof and State Commissions say otherwise, something must be going on, but one thing is certain, it’s not our fault or problem.
The government has a duty to retain and release, as allowed by law. We report on the records.
So we have two agencies saying records do not exist and one person claiming they do, and we have many other questionable items received from the government, showing the same theme. We have doubt, and rightfully so.
We are waiting for clarification from two agencies and will update when we obtain clarification.
Categories: The Field Review - Local, The Lone Star Review - State
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