From The Complete Colorado: A former employee of the Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR) claims he was ordered by that agency’s executive director to delete emails that discussed how the agency was proceeding with an open records request.
Dan Bradley, who worked almost three decades as an FBI agent before serving just over two years with the DOR, stated he was advised by the the Colorado Attorney Generals’s Office that the order to delete emails by DOR Executive Director Barbara Brohl did not violate any laws or statutes. But he’s coming forward to tell his story precisely because he finds that problematic.
Speaking exclusively with Complete Colorado on the Colorado Public Television public affairs show Devil’s Advocate, Bradley says in early 2014 he and others were told by Brohl to delete emails:
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