Palin Sued for Private E-Mails About State Business | The Trail |

Posted: 10/05/2008 by Floyd in Labels:

ANCHORAGE -- In a lawsuit filed in Alaska Superior Court, a Republican activist seeks to force Gov. Sarah Palin to produce copies of official correspondence she sent and received on private e-mail accounts. Andrée McLeod filed the suit Wednesday and publicized it in a news release today. "Rather than using her state e-mail account, throughout her two-year tenure as Governor of Alaska, defendant Sarah Palin, as a matter of routine, has used, and, on information and belief, continues to use, (at least) two private e-mail accounts... to conduct official business of the State of Alaska," the suit alleges. The suit is the latest front in a battle McLeod is waging over Palin's e-mail. In June, she filed an open-records request and received four boxes of redacted e-mails. But more than 1,100 others were withheld, an action Palin justified by claiming executive privilege. McLeod appealed that claim last month before going to court last week.

Palin Sued for Private E-Mails About State Business | The Trail |


  1. Gran says:

    Well, Floyd, to use my daughter-in-law's words, "Sarah Palin is dumber than a box of hammers."

  1. Floyd says:

    In-law seems to have hit the nail on the head. I am wondering how this is going to play out on the lawsuit? Thanks for coming by and reading, glad to hear from you as always.