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Deposition Details Reveals Mayor's Assistant In Room During Document Destruction Talk


Springfield Police Chief Robert Williams now says he objected to the shredding of police department internal affairs files before it happened… but says he was overruled by others in Mayor Mike Houston’s administration.

 

Those comments came in a deposition as part of the lawsuit brought by Calvin Christian over the destruction of those records. Williams… who initially said he pursued the document destruction in order to improve the “efficiency” of the department… told lawyers the decision was made over his objection in a meeting that also included former Corporation Counsel Mark Cullen, Deputy Chief Cliff Buscher, and Houston’s executive assistant Bill Logan.

 

Logan tells the State Journal-Register that he walked in on the meeting and was not aware that the shredding of IA files was being discussed until after those records were destroyed.

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