In a Startling Reversal Sarah Palin is Now Investigating Herself Again
Since Sarah Palin was chosen to be John McCain’s running mate, there has been a constant back and forth over the troopergate investigation into the firing of Walt Monegan. The last we heard was that Sarah Palin was actively participating in sinking the investigation. In a surprising reversal it now seems that Sarah Palin is helping to investigate herself as she promised.
Sarah Palin’s attorneys are expected to make an announcement at a press conference later this afternoon that they have hammered out a “roadmap for cooperation” with Petumenos, including an agreement on what “search terms” to use while sifting through thousands of emails from her government and Yahoo! email accounts for possible evidence.
The Governor’s attorneys are also said to be negotiating a plan to turn over paper documents and setting dates for initial interviews with both the Governor and her husband.
Meanwhile, critics say Palin has worked with her allies and the campaign to impede the legislative investigation. Her husband Todd has refused to respond to a subpoena issued for his testimony; the state attorney general, a Palin appointee, reneged on an arrangement to permit subpoenaed testimony for several government employees; and at least two lawsuits have been filed challenging the probe.