Federal prosecutors in Tennessee have brought two obstruction of justice charges against the head of an internet services company that caters to K-12 schools.

Albert Ganier III, founder of Education Networks of America (ENA), appeared in a federal courthouse Jan. 4 after prosecutors allegedly uncovered evidence that he deleted eight documents from his desktop computer and four from his laptop.

Investigators sought the documents--which reportedly concern contracts worth nearly $200 million to provide internet service to Tennessee schools--as part of a federal probe into how those contracts were awarded.

A federal


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