HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Lawyers working for Republican Gov. Tom Corbett say they don't have enough information to determine whether the chief investment officer at Pennsylvania's government employees' pension system violated securities laws or engaged in other misconduct.

The governor's Office of General Counsel wrote in a letter last week to the chairman of the State Employees' Retirement Board, Nick Maiale, to say allegations against Anthony S. Clark involve the possibility he was day trading using his state computer and hid from the board information about a troubled investment.

One letter, first reported on by The Philadelphia Inquirer, was written by Corbett lawyer Jarad Handelman on the day the agency's board voted to hire an outside lawyer to investigate what occurred and as the attorney general's office collected computer records.

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