Oklahoma governor seeks expungement of critical jury report


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma judge should expunge a portion of a state grand jury report that is sharply critical of Gov. Kevin Stitt, according to a motion filed by Stitt.

The portion of the May 13 report calling Stitt's meetings with his appointees to the state Pardon and Parole Board before they took office "grossly improper" is not allowed under a state law that limits grand juries to issuing only indictments, according to the motion filed Wednesday.

The report said Stitt and the appointees discussed upcoming votes and dismissal of the agency's director, violating the spirit of Ok...

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