In February 2012 the Inspector General Randy Meyer said he was going to release the results of the Coin Gate investigation.

The previous Inspector General  (and now Public Safety Director) Tom Charles refused to release the report, which many believe implicates additional Republicans in the scandal that sent Tom Noe to jail for 18 years.

It’a been months since your promise and we’re still waiting, Mr. Meyer.

Evangelize!
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  • Clecinosu

    They were hoping we’d forget. Thankfully, Joseph, you didn’t.

  • dmoore2222

    Time for a law suit.

  • DublinIrishBob

    It will be released soon after Auditor Dave Yost issues his report on how the Atlanta teachers helped the Columbus schools cheat and issue birth control pills and gay marry the students.

  • dmoore2222

    Hey. They’ve ignored four Supreme Court decisions on school funding with no consequences. Why not stonewall the IG report? They only follow laws when its convenient for them.

  • http://www.facebook.com/denise.delotell Denise DeLotell

    Please push for the report to be made public–please ask Yost what happened to the Jobs Ohio audit–please please please Party of No give us some answers!

  • Jor Dough

    I’ll tell you where RobsOhio audit report is: Kasich and Borges shoved
    it up Yost’s ass, unfolded the 8.5 x 11 way. It was the Ohio Republican
    plan to hide the dirty dealings.

    All of that was Yost
    grandstanding and all of the Noe/coingate crap is buried deep, never to
    see the light of day. The Ohio GOP has perfected with Yost’s bullshit
    at RobsOhio a strong legal position to deny public access to public
    records. After all ,that was the plan and lots of people sucked into
    the scam and believed it was real. It wasn’t

  • Jor Dough

    Ohio GOP: the convicts leading the corrupt and crooked —

    From today’s Columbus Distort [Dispatch]

    “…Kasich has endured attacks from fellow GOP officeholders. State Treasurer Josh Mandel criticized the governor’s plan to expand Medicaid and impose a so-called fracking tax. Auditor Dave Yost subpoenaed financial records of JobsOhio, the governor’s privatized economic-development corporation. …”

    “…Borges appears to be following that strategy, saying he has had “very tough” conversations with Mandel and Yost: “Since those conversations, you haven’t heard much from Josh or Dave about criticizing the governor.”…”

    http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2013/04/08/likely-ohio-gop-chief-will-face-rifts.html

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