We raised serious questions including the fact that Greenlee, member of the Rove Republican Racket, was indirectly involved and probably "set the b**ch up."
Following our post, Greenlee and friends began damage control. The Oxford Enterprise reported last Sunday:
Greenlee’s office was never directly involved with the investigation. According to two well-placed sources, Grenelee’s office learned of Neilson’s financial interest in the building and first thought of it as an ethical violation. They referred the case to the Department of Justice’s Inspector General’s office, which reviewed the case, decided it was a criminal matter and immediately assigned it to the Baton Rouge office.
This only leads to further questions.
How did Greenlee's office learn of Neilson's financial interest in the building?
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