Really?! After months of open records requests, state now says FL Gov Scott's emails were "accidentally deleted"

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Really?! After months of open records requests, state now says FL Gov Scott’s emails were “accidentally deleted”

Really?! After months of open records requests, state now says FL Gov Scott’s emails were “accidentally deleted”

The e-mails run the gamut from details on Scott’s new stationery to the hiring of agency heads to meeting a Florida Supreme Court justice.

Tampa Bay-

The e-mail accounts of Rick Scott and most of the governor-elect’s transition team were deleted soon after he took office, potentially erasing public records that state law requires be kept.

Scott’s team acknowledged for the first time this week that the private company providing e-mail service deleted the records as early as mid January, about the time the Times/Herald first sought transition e-mails.

[St. Pete Times]

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One Response to “Really?! After months of open records requests, state now says FL Gov Scott’s emails were “accidentally deleted””

  1. Eugene Villarreal says:

    Same thing happened to Nixon.

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