The Kentucky Bar Association’s chief disciplinary counsel, Linda Gosnell, who investigated the state’s fen-phen scandal and won the disbarment of several lawyers, has been ousted from her position.
Kentucky Bar Association President Margaret Keane said Monday night that “Gosnell is no longer employed by the bar association.”
Keane declined to elaborate.
Asked why she was forced out, Gosnell said in a phone interview Monday night: “You’ll have to ask the KBA. I’m not going to talk to you.”
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