It turns out that the former Montana Department of Transportation Director Jim Lynch, the sudden resignation last week after more than six years was not surprising for Governor Brian Schweitzer. The governor asked Lynch to resign after receiving the director's daughter, Emily Rask has been hired to work at the Department of Transport staff. Top elected official of the State said that the move, which took place three years ago, it was contrary to the laws of the state nepotism.
Lynch said he did not agree, but turned in his resignation. This week, the Department of Transportation Human Resources Officer Jennifer Jensen, who hired Rask, also left the application.
We do not impose rules on nepotism, but heavy-handed Schweitzer seems to have a short memory.
The governor's brother, Walt Schweitzer, was paid by the State Auditor as Deputy State not long ago. Walt was a concert to pay after hanging around his brother's Suite Governor in the capital - offers advice pro bono - and ring badge lobbyists and members of the Republican Party in recent years.
Walt's wife, Cindy Palmer, also received a check from the state for a time during the term of his brother-in-law. He worked in the Office of Consumer Protection, compliance specialist, hired by former Attorney General Mike McGrath of Montana.
Walt and Cindy has since moved into other careers, apparently in the private sector.
You can not make this up
Authorities said the suspects bad hair bandit Cynthia Van Holland, 47, was arrested Monday along with her husband of 26 years, Christopher Scott Alonso after a bank robbery in Auburn, California
The bandit, who wore wigs or hats at once - is believed to have robbed the Bank of Butte last week, with 19 banks in Oregon and Washington.
The authorities believe that the Netherlands Van, she met her husband at the Idaho Department of Correction, where he worked hard, and worked as a nurse in a private contractor. It 'been in prison sentences for fraud, forgery and escape.