Eight of nine former employees of a U.S. Department of Education contractor pleaded “not guilty” today to charges of gaining unauthorized computer access to Barack Obama’s student loan records.
The nine are charged with accessing the information at various times between July 2007 and March 2009, both before and after Obama was elected president, from the Coralville, Iowa, offices of Vangent Inc., a consulting firm that serves the federal government and higher education institutions.
hould the defendants have actually committed the alleged crime, the information they obtained could blow the lid off questions still surrounding Obama’s past.
As WND has reported, several of Obama’s records from his college years remain off-limits to the public, including his Occidental College records, his Columbia University records, his Columbia thesis, his Harvard Law School records, his Harvard Law Review articles and his scholarly articles from the University of Chicago.
The dearth of information even led to a popular e-mail hoax declaring Obama’s Occidental records had been found, revealing he received financial aid for foreign-born students.
Thus far, however, the accused employees – and the details of the case – have been kept quiet.
Read More: By Drew Zahn, WND
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