From David Hulen in Anchorage --
Anchorage activist Andrée McLeod has filed an ethics complaint with the state Attorney General's office, this time against former Palin aide Frank Bailey, who is reportedly writing a book about her time as governor.
“Bailey hasn’t been giving interviews, but earwigs say he and two co-writers are about 70 percent done with a manuscript based heavily on thousands of e-emails sent and received by people in the gov’s office during that period.”
The essence of McLeod's complaint is that it's unethical for Bailey to use government e-mails for personal gain if the e-mails haven't been made public. McLeod, along with the Associated Press, Mother Jones and MSNBC, asked for a variety of Palin administration e-mails in 2008 and have yet to see the release of many of them.