McGuinty chief of staff served just one-quarter of four-month jail sentence behind bars

A former chief of staff to ex-premier Dalton McGuinty spent only a quarter of his four-month jail sentence behind bars for wiping computer hard drives in the wake of a previous Liberal government’s gas-plants scandal.

David Livingston voluntarily surrendered at the Toronto South Detention Centre on July 29 and was released 35 days later after being granted a temporary absence permit by the Ontario Parole Board, according to a statement from the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services on Friday.

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