Authorities want N.C. State University to provide information on missing emails from former Chancellor James Oblinger's high priority account.
Other emails have shown that former governor Mike Easley was involved in helping to create a new N.C. State position for his wife and that Oblinger was a part of it.
But the university says emails from a special account that would have handled that correspondence have been deleted. The authorities want "any record" showing the date on which such emails were deleted and the "computer user" responsible for the deletions.
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The subpoena also shows investigators want to know how former first lady Mary P. Easley was using her time. The new subpoena also requests all documents relating to the decision in 2008 to offer Mary Easley a new position with a higher salary.
- J. Andrew Curliss