The Oklahoman published this account...
Brauer initially refused to turn over his cell phone to authorities. But days later, he was very willing to do so, as soon as he 'returned from a weekend at the lake'.
Troopers made the following statements in their report to the district Attorney...
"Brauer made several searches on how to delete images from a phone, how to completely wipe a phone and websites that are used to wipe phones," according to the affidavit.
Witnesses told troopers they saw Brauer taking photos during the meeting. Brauer said he was playing a game and using dating apps at the time, according to the affidavit.
"Travis Brauer did not recall taking photos during the meeting,” according to the affidavit.
He could not explain why he had an hour gap of no activity on his phone during the night in question, troopers reported. Brauer also "drank a couple whiskeys" in the Capitol that night and described himself as 'intoxicated', troopers reported.
Whereas the victim in this case is a woman seeking to participate in the governing process, Mary Fallin is taking an active part in the prosecution, She is listed as a witness for the prosecution. In the past, Gov. Fallin has shielded her staff from the full consequences of their unlawful conduct. The Director of OMES, Preston Doerflinger, has been involved in multiple DUI cases, yet she kept him as a key leader in her administration
Read the full report at The Oklahoman.
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