DA won’t file charges against Poudre school district over deleted records

From The Coloradoan (Fort Collins):  The Larimer County district attorney has said no criminal charges “could or should” be filed after a top-level school district administrator told employees to destroy records sought by parents about their son.

District Attorney Cliff Riedel’s involvement this month is the latest in a three-year case that has raised concern about Poudre School District’s transparency with parents and taxpayers. Seeking justice after a years-long of legal fight, the boy’s father filed an evidence tampering complaint with Fort Collins police in February.

“I would be deeply suspicious that the people could be trusted there (at PSD) … given this case,” said Steven Zansberg, a Denver attorney who specializes in open records law.

Read the full story in The Coloradoan.

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