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We need to take a good hard look at commissioner Rob Hendry . He has been in this mess for years . He is also letting the county use his property to crush gravel . It is much further away than other gravel pits . Hendry will have thousands of dollars in profit for free use of his property . The county will leave behind hundreds of tons of gravel he will then sell . The county citizens will pay for the diesel , machinery , and manpower , and Rob Hendry will make thousands . That is how Hendry sees his job as county commissioner . Passionate views, pointed criticism and critical thinking are welcome. Name calling, crude language and personal abuse are not welcome. Moderators will monitor comments with an eye toward maintaining a high level of civility in this forum. Our comment policy explains the rules of the road for registered commenters.
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According to the Department of Justice, the government intervenes in less than 25 percent of False Claims Act lawsuits.
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Natrona County officials said this week that a whistle blower's lawsuit claiming that the county reported false income and expenses related to its reservoirs has not yet been served to the county.
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Then, the county allegedly bought equipment and used excess funds for non reservoir related expenses. Further, with the reported loss, the county allegedly secured grant money to use on the reservoir.
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But the case is expected to move forward despite the government's decision not to pursue the claims.
The lawsuit also alleges that the county improperly used revenue from the reservoirs for other county purposes. Attorney's Office opted not to intervene in the case. Had that office intervened, federal prosecutors would have moved forward with the charges rather than Loraas' private attorneys. Attorney's Office, after investigating the allegations, declined to pursue the charges. Attorney's Office in Cheyenne declined to comment on the complaint.
County Attorney Bill Knight said he could not comment on the issue, noting that the county hasn't yet been served.
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Loraas attorney Elliott Walthall, who works for an Alabama firm that specializes in whistle blower complaints, said Loraas and the firm plan to move forward with the case despite the government's decision.
"The government declining to intervene is not an indication of the merits of the case," Walthall said.
In sum, the suit alleges that the county reported about $930,000 more in expenses than it recorded in its own books from 1999 through 2011. The county also reported about $300,000 less revenue to the government than it recorded in its own books.
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The lawsuit, brought under the False Claims Act by former Alcova Reservoir superintendent Charles Loraas, claims that the county filed false reports to the federal government to receive more grant money than it otherwise would have.
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