James Cryer, photographed Wednesday, says he was fired as purchasing agent for the state Labor Department in retaliation for trying to enforce contracting rules. His claim alleges that the department faked a subpoena to trace emails he sent anonymously to officials after they rejected his concerns.
James Cryer, photographed Wednesday, says he was fired as purchasing agent for the state Labor Department in retaliation for trying to enforce contracting rules. His claim alleges that the department faked a subpoena to trace emails he sent anonymously to officials after they rejected his concerns. Betsy Z. Russell The Spokesman-Review
James Cryer, photographed Wednesday, says he was fired as purchasing agent for the state Labor Department in retaliation for trying to enforce contracting rules. His claim alleges that the department faked a subpoena to trace emails he sent anonymously to officials after they rejected his concerns. Betsy Z. Russell The Spokesman-Review

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