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A Central Oregon news reporter has been subpoenaed to appear before a Grand Jury over the release of personal information.   The Bend Bulletin was looking for information to determine qualifications of workers in the District Attorney's Office. Personal data, such as phone numbers were released to the media. District Attorney Patrick Flaherty:  “When the County released the documents to the Bulletin, some of the information released contained private information of the type I just described, and some of that information is prohibited by law from disclosure.” The Bulletin says they are within their rights to request that information and will go to court to defend their actions.

 

 

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