- Associated Press - Friday, August 19, 2016

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - An Omaha man has filed a complaint accusing state Sen. Ernie Chambers of misusing state resources with drawings and poems printed on official state letterhead.

The complaint to the Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission argues that Chambers shouldn’t be using state resources to harass state Sen. Bill Kintner of Papillion. Kintner faces possible impeachment or expulsion from the Legislature after acknowledging he had cybersex on a state computer.

Chambers has released drawings of Kintner’s face and poems ridiculing him. In one rhyme, Chambers said Kintner is “free to masturbate on his own time, but not free to masturbate on taxpayers’ dime.”

Chambers says he plans to continue the drawings and poems. Even though commission complaints are generally kept secret until a case is resolved, Chambers requested its release.

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