Missing Palin Emails Released
54 pages inadvertently left out of first release
By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff
Posted Jul 7, 2011 8:58 AM CDT
Todd Palin and Sarah Palin greet fans at the Best Buy Rotunda at Mall of America on June 29, 2011 in Bloomington, Minnesota.   (Getty Images)

(Newser) – Alaska released 54 more pages of Sarah Palin's emails yesterday, but it looks like they won't be much juicier than the first 24,199 pages. A state rep says the emails, which are from Palin's first month as governor, were inadvertently left out of the first cache. Most of the newly released emails were sent from aides to Palin, with only a few coming from the governor; the messages were also heavily redacted, the AP notes.

In messages from Dec. 12, 2006, Palin describes what she wants in a new attorney general ("someone totally committed to ethical government, a less-political, unpretentious long-time Alaskan") and expresses disappointment that one of her aides was bringing up names prematurely ("I am finding my circle of confidants to be shrinking daily," she wrote). The state is currently ensuring all the emails that should have been released have indeed been released; any others from Palin's first 21 months in office that are found will be released later, along with emails from her final 10 months in office.

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DontLikeYou
Jul 7, 2011 4:03 PM CDT
I love it. Lefty nut jobs were hoping there would be something... anything damaging in these emails. LOL. So damn funny.
ncw
Jul 7, 2011 12:52 PM CDT
Why am I still hearing about this idiot? I thought Americans were smarter than this. I blame reality T.V. Next...
NoddaAndYou
Jul 7, 2011 12:50 PM CDT
It just seems pointless if they're going to redact anything that may be of any interest. Just another example of Palin's brand of corruption and unwillingness to take responsibility for her actions.