Thursday, February 16, 2006

School board spokesman questions IG's personal integrity

The school board first responded to the Inspector General’s Seven Locks School audit by avoiding the merits of the case and questioning the IG's legal authority to investigate the school system.

Now it's hitting below the belt, questioning IG Thomas Dagley’s personal integrity.

School board spokesman Brian Edwards calls the Seven Locks audit “all wet.”

“It’s terribly flawed,” Edwards says in the Washington Times. “He [Dagley] purposely mischaracterized and ignored the facts. He had an agenda, and he set out to prove it."