The US House Oversight Committee has dropped another bombshell into the investigation into the toxic workplace culture of Washington commanders. And, unsurprisingly, owner Dan Snyder is right in the middle of it all.
The committee submitted a 29-page memo of its findings on Wednesday, according to ESPN, which is backed up by more than 600 pages of depositions. Among the many allegations, the memo clarifies that Snyder attempted to “direct the investigation” in order to discredit his accusers.
The memo, written by committee chair Carol Maloney, details how Snyder compiled a 100-slide report that included personal information about commanders’ employees and Washington Post reporters to lead the investigation and impersonate the victim of a smear campaign instead of the root. of the problem of toxic workplaces. It goes on to detail how Snyder used a defamation lawsuit against Media Entertainment Arts Worldwide to hide that he was using “litigation tools” to dig up personal information about his accusers and the Post reporters who originally uncovered the stories behind the Washington’s work culture issues. .
“A Careful Examination of Mr. Snyder [petitions] suggests that he was not focused on uncovering the sources of the MEAWW stories but on those who were behind the Washington Post revelations,” the memo read, via ESPN.
The memo also reveals more instances of sexual misconduct on Snyder’s part. It also included cases where female employees were punished for having sex with male employees.
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