The two contractors were identified late Friday as the Analysis Corp. of McLean, Va., and Stanley Inc., an Arlington, Va., firm that earlier this week won a five-year, $570 million extension of its contract to perform passport services.
State Department officials said their review showed that Obama’s file was accessed improperly on three occasions.
On Jan. 9, the day after the New Hampshire primary, a Stanley contract employee accessed Obama’s records and was fired within days, officials told the Associated Press. A second worker, employed by Analysis Corp., looked into Obama’s files on Feb. 21, but was not fired. On March 14, another Stanley employee pried into the Democrat's files and was terminated.
It was not immediately clear why employees at the two firms were treated differently. But in a statement issued late Friday, Analysis Corp. said it was honoring the State Department's request to delay firing its consultant in order to give investigators time to conduct their probe.
I though LEIUTENANT was his rank. It is his first name. Oy!
Direct link to your post #96, ptbor.
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The affidavit said that Harris was questioned by the Secret Service, State Department, Postal Service and D.C. police. Despite the prosecutor’s objections, Harris was released the next day on personal recognizance and faced a court hearing in June.