Denver, CO, 06/11/2014 (Stocksntrade) – Timothy Snyder, the Office Depot Inc (NYSE:ODP) employee will now take center-stage in Olympia to talk about the small role in the potentially explosive probe at the state OIC – Office of the Insurance Commissioner. He was the very unwitting employee who had emailed the document from the company’s store on behalf of a certain anonymous tipster. Now, the question of exactly who the tipster was has now become the key sticking point in this complex he-said and she-said drama. In this the insurance commissioner has also with the trusted chief deputy over the judge who has now been ruling on the OIC cases for 28 years.
What Snyder has got involved is, is a very complex matter. The whistleblower report that he had helped leak had been originally written by Chief Presiding Officer Patricia Petersen, an OIC judge. He had accused Mike Kreidler’s , the Insurance Commissioner’s 2nd-in-command of attempting to influence outcome of cases in to be in of this agency. Petersen had filed this whistleblower report at the SAO – State Auditor’s Office, labeling this complaint as the one of gross mismanagement. At that point, the Auditor’s Office has also refused to investigate, and had said that Petersen has many other channels for the complaint.
The interesting twist
Now the twist in the tale is that some person had actually obtained Petersen’s complaint literally within hours of the filing & then also had gone into the trouble of asking a certain Office Depot Inc (NYSE:ODP) employee to have it emailed anonymously to the attorney for Seattle Children’s, that was involved in the case that Petersen had been considering. Now the agency has placed the employee on leave and Kreidler also says that her claims as well as her actions will have to be investigated. Petersen has not been actually available for any comment.