TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A Tallahassee attorney embroiled in an ongoing land dispute with the state contends in a new court filing that Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office deleted or withheld emails he was seeking.
Steven Andrews, who has been a persistent critic of Gov. Rick Scott, is involved in a lawsuit over attempts by the state to acquire land near the Governor’s Mansion. This week he filed documents alleging that Bondi’s office failed to promptly turn over 61 emails sent or received by senior staff.
Andrews and his legal team contend that in 19 instances, the emails were deleted altogether. Andrews found the emails only later…Click here to continue reading.