OKLAHOMA CITY — Former Gov. Mary Fallin left several requests for public records unfulfilled as she exited office this week, including some that were more than four years old.
At least 24 open records requests made during Fallin’s tenure appear to be outstanding, according to a list of all record requests obtained by The Oklahoman.
The unfulfilled records include a 2014 request from the Oklahoma Gazette for emails in June 2014 concerning the placement of undocumented minors in Oklahoma.
Other unfulfilled requests were for documents related to the inmate execution protocols.