But here's my question: after I first revealed the bogus contract, why didn't Sundquist order his staff to investigate and fix the problem?
Did Sundquist ever ask his friend to repay taxpayers?
Instead, he defended Stamps as "a good person" and attacked my reporting about the Workforce Strategists contract as "tabloid journalism."[...]
And where was Sundquist on ENA's contract?
"There is, in fact, some evidence that Sundquist interceded in some way on behalf of ENA with respect to at least one contract," wrote U.S. District Judge Karl Forester in one opinion as the Ganier case dragged through the court system.
As to the nature of that evidence, that remains sealed in the court files.