Helen Jones-Kelley gets a light slap on the wrist

An AP news release at firstamendmentcenter.org has the details.  Main points:

  • There was no legitimate business purpose for the head of Ohio’s Department of Job and Family Services, Helen Jones-Kelley, to order staff to look up the records, Inspector General Tom Charles said.
  • “But we did not find any evidence that shows the data was accessed or information released in response to media requests in an effort to support any political activity or agenda.” [Bullsh*t. –ed.]
  • Gov. Ted Strickland announced yesterday he was immediately placing Jones-Kelley on a one-month unpaid suspension after reviewing the findings.
  • Jones-Kelley’s reasoning was at times contradictory, inconsistent and ambiguous, the inspector general’s report said.
  • It also found no policies or procedures to support her claim that it was the agency’s practice to look into someone thrust in the spotlight.

Read the whole thing for more.

Expect persecution of such malcontents who dare to ask real questions to increase.


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