Phone records in Denver International Airport leak investigation released

CBS4 (Denver): Heavily redacted cell phone and text records from the Denver City Attorneys Office Denver International Airport leak investigation were released this week although the pages are so completely blacked out, virtually no information can be discerned.

The two pages of personal cell phone records from Sprint were provided to CBS4 on Wednesday as a response to a Colorado Open Records Act Request. But every line and every column was blacked out save for one line, which indicated a single incoming call.

The City Attorneys Office said the phone records were “redacted to remove employees’ personal cell phone numbers to protect their privacy interests and all information related to calls or text messages that were personal in nature.”

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