Lawsuit demands CBI report on Colorado prisons director Rick Raemisch

FOX31 (Denver): A whistleblower accuses Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper of “stonewalling” in a possible effort to protect Rick Raemisch, the Executive Director of Colorado’s Department of Corrections.

Angel Medina, a warden at the Fremont Correctional Facility in Canon City, filed a lawsuit in state court Tuesday accusing the Governor, his chief legal counsel, Jacki Cooper Melmed and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation of ignoring his Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) request for a CBI report into “findings relating to misconduct or potential misconduct by Mr. Raemisch and the DOC.”

A whistleblower accuses Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper of “stonewalling” in a possible effort to protect Rick Raemisch, the Executive Director of Colorado’s Department of Corrections.

Angel Medina, a warden at the Fremont Correctional Facility in Canon City, filed a lawsuit in state court Tuesday accusing the Governor, his chief legal counsel, Jacki Cooper Melmed and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation of ignoring his Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) request for a CBI report into “findings relating to misconduct or potential misconduct by Mr. Raemisch and the DOC.”

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