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Following in the footsteps of Hillary Clinton, two ABC Enforcement Agents, Kenny Heroman and Ken Coon frequently use personal email to send messages and reports that relate to their positions as ABC employees.

This opens up these email accounts for inspection under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.

Heroman has an official email address,,which
he can utilize on his state issued laptop and iPhone, but he often uses his personal email address, or one belonging to his wife, a certified court reporter,,  to send official reports and information to other ABC employees.

Likewise, Coon has an official state email address,, but he often uses his personal email address,,  to send official reports and information to other ABC employees.

Maybe these two cannot handle more than one email account and like Hillary Clinton use one email account "for convenience".  


You may ask how do we know they are using private, personal email for official business? From documents obtained by the useful Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.  

We wonder how secure the information is that is sent through private email servers.  This may be a violation of certain state laws.  But the ABC and their employees are no strangers to breaking laws, and it starts at the top with the ill-chosen ABC Enforcement Director.

However, Heroman and Coon are not the only ABC agents that use personal email for ABC business, other ABC Enforcement agents have also used personal emails for official business:

Shelby Clark-
Jesse King -
Trent Vollmer   

Even tainted ABC Enforcement Director Boyce Hamlet has used a personal email address,, but everyone knows that he lacks intelligence, character, honesty and common sense.


Why public employees use a personal email address for official business when they have an official state email address and secured server to send and receive these emails calls their judgement and motives into question.


FYI - This is an interesting publication regarding public employee emails and the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act - CLICK TO READ.

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