FBI to patrol: Turn over info on Easley air travel
RALEIGH — The FBI has ordered the state Highway Patrol to produce all records involving private air travel former Gov. Mike Easley and his family.
The FBI issued a subpoena to the patrol Friday as part of a grand jury investigation. The subpoena says the grand jury will meet next Wednesday and Thursday in Raleigh.
The subpoena seeks information about the private travels of Easley, his wife Mary Easley, and their son Michael Easley Jr. on privately owned, noncommercial aircraft.
It also requests documents involving payments made for such travel.
The subpoena also seeks information on communications with the Easleys about those private flights, public inquiries of the flights and the patrol’s policies on the retention of records
related to the Easleys’ flights.
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The FBI has ordered the state Highway Patrol to produce all records involving private air travel former Gov. Mike Easley and his family.
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