Alaska investigator to release Palin firing report

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November 4, 2008 01:34

 
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A report detailing whether Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the Republican vice presidential candidate, abused her power by firing her public safety commissioner will be released on the eve of the election. Timothy Petumenos, an independent investigator hired by the Alaska Personnel Board, says he will release the report during a news conference 7:30 p.m. EST Monday (0030 GMT Tuesday). A separate legislative panel earlier found that Palin abused her office by allowing her husband and other staffers to pressure the public safety commissioner to fire a state police officer who went through a nasty divorce with Palin's sister. Palin fired the commissioner, but denies it had anything to do with the officer.

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