A former Anadarko senior reservoir engineer, who relocated to Colorado after becoming a whistleblower, contends in federal court documents that the executives fraudulently inflated the value of one of the firm's oil fields.
ONGOING SERIES: CRIMINAL INJUSTICE
Colorado Springs-based USA Taekwondo executives took no action against a star coach who allegedly raped and sexually abused a teenage national champion, telling the girl they could not help her because the rapes took place overseas during tournaments, a lawsuit filed Tuesday states.
Members of a state board that writes the rules for how Colorado sex offenders are supervised voted on policy revisions that benefited their firms, which held state contracts worth millions of dollars annually, according to a scathing performance audit the state auditor released Tuesday.
Officials in then Gov. John Hickenlooper’s administration helped an influential Colorado Springs nonprofit privately lobby a member of the state mining board to kill plans for a granite quarry, setting up a secret briefing that legal experts described as a potential violation of state law and that proponents of the quarry believe doomed their chances at success.