The computer, the officials said, was on Kineavy’s desk until it was replaced in April, after Kineavy complained it had been operating too slowly. The discovery directly contradicts prior assertions by the city that Kineavy’s computer had not been replaced in more than two years.
The subpoena, issued in a public corruption case against former state senator Dianne Wilkerson and Councilor Chuck Turner, demanded copies of any messages Kineavy exchanged with Wilkerson, Turner, or their aides between March 2007 and February 2008, according to two public officials briefed on the subpoena who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing investigation.
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