Sensitive Patient Records from Abortion Doc Were Stored in AG Employee’s Home, Ethics Panel Is Told

Martha Neil reports:

Under fire for allegedly mishandling sensitive patient records from an abortion doctor in addition to other claimed violations of attorney ethics rules, a former attorney general of Kansas and district attorney has contended the disciplinary case against him is politically motivated.

But the No. 2 man in the AG’s office under Phill Kline testified today that he was “surprised,” “perplexed” and “upset” when he learned that the patient records were neither in the AG’s office nor in Kline’s new office, where he was then serving as Johnson County District Attorney, for approximately one month in early 2007, the Topeka Capital-Journal reported.

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