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Grand jury hears Metro document shredding evidence

Obviously, the District Attorney’s office is farther along in their investigation than I thought.

A courthouse appearance today by Frank J. Wilson, the former Metropolitan Transit Authority president accused of destroying public documents, provided the first indication that prosecutors are presenting evidence to a grand jury in the case.

Wilson, 61, walked into a room where a Harris County grand jury was meeting today. He left the grand jury room about 1:30 p.m. Both he and his lawyer declined to comment.

So maybe we’ll hear something pretty soon after all. Hair Balls has more.

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