In the latest chapter of the 2-year college saga, federal agents raided Rep. Todd Greeson’s office at Northeast Alabama Community College this week while he was in Montgomery, according to legislative insiders. According to the circulating story, his hard drive was taken, and co-workers were served with subpoenas.
He has not been arrested which leads to the speculation that he has not been indicted.
Some Republicans had heard from the highest levels that the investigation into the 2-year college program would touch at least one of the two Republican legislators employed by two year colleges. Greeson (of Ider) is one, the other is Rep. Blaine Galliher who is employed by Gadsden State Community College.
Eleven Democrats are employed by 2-year colleges. The observation accompanying every version of the story heard here is that the investigation had to touch a Republican to appear bi-partisan.
More as it becomes available.