State attorney investigation remains ‘under review’

Published: Friday, December 14, 2012 at 10:49 AM.

Later Herring and another investigator, neither would provide business cards after Graney asked for them, arrived at Graney’s home and Graney said he was happy to speak to them and had nothing to hide.

He said it quickly become clear as the investigators asked questions that the foundation for their questions came from his conversation with Williams.

Graney labeled the entire exercise “silliness.”

“If I had any idea what they were talking about I would have told them to buzz off,” Graney said. “I got myself bush-whacked by Williams. This thing was a comedy routine. It was Keystone Kops. This is silliness.”

 From the time word of the investigation became public, Graney has said he would like to know what probable cause was provided to fuel the investigation and whether Williams was authorized to record their conversation and based on what probable cause.



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