Dec 252012
 
 December 25, 2012  Posted by  Breaches

Eric Roper reports:

A top Minneapolis employee facing a criminal charge of misusing driver’s license records argued in court Thursday that he’s being unfairly targeted for a practice that was rampant at City Hall.

After 37 years as a city employee, housing inspections director Tom Deegan was put on paid leave in September when prosecutors charged him with accessing driver’s license records without a business purpose. The records, which contain photographs, addresses and driving histories of nearly every Minnesotan, are protected under state and federal law.

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