Here’s the last nugget as reported by the Dispatch’s blog of Mayton’s testimony:
Sen. Kearney is pressing Mayton as to why certain emails were not included in the report. Collins-Taylor?s office put out its own 26-page report to refute the inspector general?s conclusions, and it included some emails it said was omitted. Mayton said some of the emails were not included because they dealt with implementation of the plan, not the decision to cancel the sting. (emphasis added.)
Mayton said some of the emails were not included because they dealt with implementation of the plan, not the decision to cancel the sting. (emphasis added.)
Did Craig Mayton actually ever read his own report?
The only reason we’ve had this circus of a hearing is because the I.G. issued a report that alleged that Cathy Collins-Taylor, and not Col. Dicken, made the decision to cancel the sting and then lied to the I.G. it up.
Craig Mayton, Deputy Inspector General, the guy Chairman Grendell called to refute the public criticisms of the I.G.’s report… testified, under oath, that the Inspector General never investigated the decison about “canceling” the sting.
I’m actually at a loss for words because I’m pretty darn sure I’m not the only person who was lead to believe, by the Inspector General’s own public comments, quite the opposite.
Missing evidence and missing interviews.? Now, we have the Deputy Inspector General walking away from his own report.
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