I was able to find a copy of the Bill of Particulars online – thanks to
@4rcH_4ng3I_ who posted the copy on Twitter. I know I sound like a broken record when I say that this case continues to get stranger and stranger with each court hearing, but it’s true. This case is like a rotten onion. The more you peel back layers the more funk that lies underneath. This past court hearing didn’t disappoint in the deliverance of the “funk”. Superintendent McVey’s attorney had asked that the State provide a Bill of Particulars regarding allegations against their client. I have included the 4 pages that were posted, and transcribed from page 4 which reads as follows:
- Nature of Offense: Obstructing Official Business, specifically the defendant violated Section 2921.31(A)M-2, Ohio Revised Code.
- Conduct of Defendant, Date and Time: Michael McVey, defendant, from on or about April 5, 2012 to November 19, 2013, within the County of Jefferson aforesaid, in violation of section 2921.31(A) of the Ohio Revised Code, did without privilege to do so and with purpose to prevent, obstruct, or delay the performance by a public official of any authorized act within the public official’s official capacity, did commit an act that hampered or impeded a public official in the performance of the public official’s lawful duties, to wit: including but not limited to the following: deleted emails, “wiped” computer(s) (and/or had someone else “wipe” computer(s)), failed to comply with subpoenas served upon him, failed to provide information regarding an investigation the school undertook and/or lied about an investigation that the school undertook, manufactured email(s) with false or misleading information, directed others to create record(s) after the fact, and/or created a misleading timeline after the first subpoena was served upon him.