PALIN LIES (about ethics violation)
Former prosecutor Steve Branchflower investigated allegations Sarah Palin abused the power of her office as Govenor of State of Alaska.
On October 10 2008, he filed his report which found Palin "abused her power" and violated an Alaska ethics statute in getting a trooper fired. The trooper was Palin's former brother in-law who is in a custody battle with Palin's sister.
Branchflower also documented meetings in which Palin's husband Todd, the first dude, was in possession of confidential state government employee personell files. Todd has no official capacity in the Alaskan state governemnt and would have gained access to those files illegally.
With this background story in mind, watch this Q&A with Palin about Todd's role in a McCain Administration if Palin and McCain win on November 4th.
... the report that came out also was very clear in that there was no unethical or unlawful behavior on my part.
- Gov. Sarah Palin, State of Alaska, GOP Vice Persidential Candidate
Palin is either lying, delusional or in denial.
The Anchorage Daily News has a summary of the Branchflower Report findings and the complete text here. And now for something completely different...
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