Colorado Supreme Court releases memo citing examples of sex-discrimination, judicial misconduct that led to alleged contract for silence

The Denver Post: Destruction of evidence, payoffs to keep harassment victims silent and repeated efforts to simply look the other way are among dozens of allegations of judicial and official misconduct that have permeated the highest reaches of Colorado’s Judicial Department for years, according to an internal memo obtained by The Denver Post that threatened to divulge it all.

The two-page memo lays out what former Judicial Department chief of staff Mindy Masias was prepared to make public — reaching all the way to the state’s Court of Appeals and its Supreme Court — in a sex-discrimination lawsuit if she was fired, former State Court Administrator Christopher Ryan told The Post.

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