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In Aftermath of Whistleblower’s Recent Claim, SEC Bans Destruction of Documents—9/9/11

The SEC has banned its employees from destroying anymore investigative documents, as damage control takes place after an SEC attorney blew the whistle on the agency’s mass destruction or records. Senator Grassley states, “[t]his agency has been in knots over its documents policy… [t]he agency and the National Archives need to determine what records have to be kept, both for what’s logical for investigations and what’s necessary under federal law.”

Read more at: http://www.executivegov.com/2011/09/sec-bans-document-destruction-after-whistleblower-cries-foul/

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