Post felony eavesdropping indictment dismissed
Oct 15, 2015 4:41 am
Michael Ryan is reporting in The Daily Mail a judge in the Stacy Post felony eavesdropping case Wed., Oct. 14, threw out the criminal indictment filed against the Windham town supervisor. The reasoning behind the decision was not immediately known. The case has been sealed since County Supreme Court Justice Richard Mott was assigned the matter in May. Mott's decision is expected to be made public early Thursday. Mott’s ruling was made in response to an omnibus motion filed by Post following the February indictment. Post was indicted on 30 felony counts of eavesdropping, official misconduct and possession of eavesdropping devices. It is alleged that she placed audio and video recording devices in Windham Town Hall to monitor the conversations of town employees and visitors. Post has continued to serve as town supervisor and is seeking re-election on November 3. Read the full story in The Daily Mail.