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Records concerning the internet activity on the state owned computer issued to tainted ABC Enforcement Director Boyce Hamlet, records which the Department of Finance and Administration did not want to provide, show that he has a lot of free time to surf the web and not necessarily for work related purposes.

We made a FOIA request back in September and had to threaten another FOIA suit to get DFA to comply with our FOIA request. 

According to DFA spokesman Jake Bleed, Hamlet deleted his browser history as soon as the FOIA request came in, but the DFA/IT geeks were able to access hidden information that Hamlet had no clue that it remained on his computer.

The logs show that Hamlet still spends time looking for parole violators (he has a facebook page about the Arkansas Parole System) and accessing social media sites as well as shopping for jeep parts, sports memorabilia/merchandise, and checking out prohibition posters and other items that he could use to decorate his new office.

He was also looking at law enforcement job listings as well as checking on his account with First Security Bank.

Perhaps he is trying to land another job before his current one ends.  

One thing is clear, he isn't doing work related activities on the internet.

The log file also shows that right after he was appointed to his position, he was scouring the WWW to look at sites about supervising individuals, management styles and physical fitness standards for law enforcement departments. This shows that he did not have the knowledge, skill or experience to be able to manage and supervise others.

Bleed is still in the process of redacting information and providing logs. 

To be continued...

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