The Social Security investigator at the center of the controversy involving the concealed carry information of thousands of Missourians was subpoenaed Friday by the Missouri Senate.
The Senate issued the subpoena to Special Agent Keith Schilb with the Office of the Inspector General of the Social Security Administration, according to a news release from Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia. Schaefer has led efforts to investigate the issue.
Of course, Schilb won't appear. Federal employees are immune from state subpoenas concerning their official employment activities.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has twice provided a list of concealed carry permit holders compiled by the Department of Revenue to Schilb, as part of an investigation of Social Security disability benefit fraud.