Skip to comments.Felon Lands State Job With Access to Confidential Records
Posted on 04/15/2011 4:05:06 PM PDT by WOBBLY BOB
Grant Kruger was convicted of helping steal $13 million in military equipment from the federal government. He was hired by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development in 2008. Kruger is an unemployment insurance auditor, which means he has access to personal financial information like social security numbers, credit reports, income taxes and phone numbers for thousands of Minnesotans. Kruger also has access to sensitive corporate financial records.
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You really couldn’t make this up....
when i saw felon my eyes = democrat. just can’t be helped.
Oh well if this doesn’t work out, I am sure he will have a job “counting” votes for Al Franken.
Is this part New “ban the box” crap?
Minnesota is First State to Pass Statewide “Ban the Box” Law
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On Monday, Governor Pawlenty signed into law the Ban the Box bill, which prevents public employers from inquiring about an individuals criminal record on job applications. The bill was supported unanimously by both Republicans and Democrats and passage of this legislation makes Minnesota the first state to adopt a statewide Ban the Box law. Mark Haase, Director of Public Policy and Advocacy for the Council on Crime and Justice, tells KFAIs Catherine Willman how this legislation can help an individual with a criminal record.
Perp was hired before the passage of “ban the box” though...
apparently not (in this case)
good to know. another foolhardy law signed by T-Paw.
How is this different from the current occupant of the White House?
The KSTP article doesn’t give me a sense of why the reporter is outraged. The affair is curious.
I knew Grant Kruger when he was head of the Military Vehicles and Arms Museum of Minnesota, back when I was involved in WWII re-enactments (I was a lowly German light-infantry Gefreiter carrying a Mauser) Had I the money at the time, this sort of thing was the only way Minnesota would allow one to possess a Thompson.)
Kruger fell in with a group who stole vehicles - many of them museum pieces - from Ft. McCoy in WI. There is a little about the affair at:
*takes a deep breath*
Jesus christ dont these idiots realise that these vehicles could have been used in acts of terror even if they were obsolete?
He should be in Leavenworth or pushing daisey’s
Just who did this guy know?