Feds Issue Subpeona For Records For Justice-Owned Greenbrier

A subpeona has been issued by federal prosecutors for records related to a resort owned by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice. According to the Associated Press, the subpoena requests contracts, communications and financial records from the state relating to The Greenbrier resort and its annual PGA golf tournament. It names Justice as well as his son, daughter and other high-ranking resort employees. The Republican governor had this to say:
“I’ve always done the right thing in my personal life, my business life, my political life and every part of my life,” he said. “The people of West Virginia know that I have always been an open book, so of course, I am fully cooperating with the investigation.”