That's her story and she's sticking to it

As we reported here earlier,  former EPA Administrator Carol Browner stands accused of erasing computer files in violation of a federal court order. The order was issued on January 19 and, coincidentally or not, Browner instructed a technician to erase the files the same day. Browner claims she didn't know about the order and in any case was only erasing games her son had installed on the computer.

The Landmark Legal Foundation, a conservative legal watchdog group, filed a Freedom of Information Act case to preserve  any records relating to involvement of outside environmental groups with EPA policy-making during the waning days of the Clinton administration.

According to Browner, no one notified her of the order until after the erasure had taken place, and so far, no testimony has come to light to counter that claim. Regardless, Browner says the disk that was erased contained no files of the type being sought.

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