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METRO Accused Of Shredding Documents

CEO Frank Wilson Admits Some Documents Were Shredded

POSTED: Thursday, February 25, 2010
UPDATED: 9:53 am CST February 25, 2010

A Houston attorney has accused METRO of shredding critical documents, KPRC Local 2 reported Wednesday.

Attorney Lloyd Kelly has asked a judge to stop METRO from shredding any documents regarding travel expenses and e-mails for the company's chief executive officer, several employees and contractors.

CEO Frank Wilson has admitted that some documents were shredded, but he did not go into detail.

METRO's lead counsel left the transit authority this week. Kelly's attorney said he believes Pauline Higgins was going to expose the document shredding.

Officials have not said if Higgins left on her own.
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