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Boxes containing thousands of pages of Sarah Palin's emails from her first 21 months as governor, are seen moments before being released on Friday, June 10, 2011 in Juneau, Alaska. (AP / Brian Wallace)


Statement from SarahPAC Treasurer Tim Crawford: “The emails detail a Governor hard at work. Everyone should read them.”

Emails were not redacted to protect the names of the “innocents”.
Waiting for NYT, WaPo, et al to release Obama’s background information…

CBS News:

After a years-long delay, the state of Alaska released more than 24,000 pages of emails from about 21 months of Sarah Palin’s time as Alaska governor on Friday.

The emails were released as paper printouts to the media outlets that requested them, among them CBS News, which has a reporter in Juneau collecting boxes of emails. The six boxes of emails weigh in excess of 100 pounds; media outlets paid $725 each for photocopies of the records.

Journalists are now busy reviewing the emails for nuggets of information from Palin’s roughly half-term as Alaska governor, though the emails stop in September 2008, leaving almost of a year of her time in office uncovered. The state has said it has not finished reviewing the emails from late 2008 through the summer of 2009, when she abruptly resigned. It remains unclear when those emails will be released.

A number of media outlets were scanning the emails and making them available publicly, and some are asking readers to help review them.

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