Ms. Coakley won the Dec. 8 Democratic primary in the special election to replace the late Sen. Support for my assertion can be gleaned by the fact that the Office of the Inspector General alone, not the attorney general’s office, conducted the subsequent investigation. After my staff had reviewed the documentary evidence of the procurement, I approached the Office of the Governor and informed them that my office’s preliminary review had determined that the procurement of the Cognos software may not have been conducted properly and advised them to take whatever steps they would consider prudent to protect the Commonwealth’s interests with respect to voiding the transaction if our full review of the procurement were to later confirm that it had not been properly conducted. Following that conversation, I was pleased to receive a letter from secretary of administration and finance requesting a full investigation of the matter, which we continued to undertake..
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Army Spc. Army specialist Glendon Oakley told reporters he was shopping at a sporting goods store inside the Cielo Vista Mall in West El Paso when the gunman opened fire inside a nearby Walmart. Army veteran from Killeen, Texas, a city located in the center of the state about 582 miles east of El Paso..