As a result of a court order obtained by the Globe against the City of Joplin, and Thursday's waiving of appeal by the City Council, we have received a copy of the Thomas Loraine investigation report that led to the firing of former city manager Mark Rohr. As documents are converted for digital viewing, they will be uploaded here.
Loraine report | Full investigation
Scearce, William | Investigation testimony
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Rohr, Mark | Investigation testimony
Rohr, Mark | Trascript, 1-28-14 investigation
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Head, Brian W. | Testimony transcript
Rosenberg, Benjamin | Testimony transcript
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Duncan, Gary | Testimony transcript 11-20-13
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Darby, Ron | Testimony transcript 11-15-13
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Haase, Leslie | Testimony transcript(s)
Glaze, Morris | Testimony transcript
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Golden, Jack N. | Testimony transcript
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Hertzberg, David | Testimony transcript 11-15-13
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