Skip to comments.'Prince of Darkness' Sought (Freeper NCPAC)
Posted on 05/11/2006 12:16:40 PM PDT by conservative in nyc
The Maryland legislative committee investigating the administration's termination of dozens of longtime state workers plans to hear from key witnesses today, including Public Service Commission Chairman Kenneth D. Schisler.
Lawmakers had hoped the star witness of the day would be Joseph Steffen, the former Ehrlich political aide who called himself "the Prince of Darkness" and, according to testimony thus far, had compiled lists of people to fire.
After months of staying in touch with Steffen, and a series of interviews, the legislature's chief investigator, Ward Coe, now says he can't locate Steffen. Last week, Coe hired a process server to track Steffen down and serve him with a subpoena. But as of yesterday, he had not heard back.
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Note that the thread title is the subheading of a mish-mash column type article. The main article is headlined "Big Check Given to Baltimore Mayor Proves Doubters Wrong", a typical Washington Post puff piece on Mayor O'Malley, who is running for governor.
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