List of computers to be wiped came from premier McGuinty’s deputy chief of staff, court told

The master list of 20 computers wiped in the McGuinty premier’s office ‎came from deputy chief of staff Laura Miller, her former executive assistant told the judge presiding over Miller’s deleted documents trial Monday.

Alexandra Gair said she’s the person who signed Miller’s common-law spouse and computer consultant Peter Faist into the premier’s office to clear hard drives in February 2013 before Kathleen Wynne took power.