"the human resources manager for the Swedish national grid, Sirpa Holmroos, deleted several hundred e-mails in order to avoid that they would be left out, reports the daily News."
"the Newspaper has in the last week audited the authority and highlighted several serious shortcomings. Among other things, has the Swedish national grid violated the decisions of the government and given high-level managers access to secret information and sensitive it-systems, but that they were properly have security clearance."
"the Review has also shown that the human resources director, provided consultancy work for a friend, a case that is currently being investigated internally. Among the e-mails that were deleted, and had to be recreated in retrospect, are among the other correspondence contains discussions of the approach that is the basis for the investigation."
"– It is downright stupid, but also criminal, " says Olle Lundin, professor of administrative law at Uppsala university, to DN."