Thursday, September 14, 2006

The New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act

The NMIPRA requires public servants to surrender the truth (in so far as that truth is represented in the form of public records); even against their will.

Under the NMIPRA, I have asked for records (contact information) in order to inform stakeholders about the Ethics Scandal in APS. They have a right to know the truth.

I have asked for contact information for; administrators, teachers, students, parent groups; the community. I have asked for contact information for individual members of the Character Counts Leadership Council.

The Leaders of APS will not surrender the truth.

This allegation is substantiated by current public records. The evidence is incontrovertible.

But the point is moot. They won't surrender those records either. It isn't in their interest. obey the law.

They are breaking the law with impunity.

The Board/Administration/Modrall axis is too powerful to be held accountable to the law.

It is so powerful that it can suppress the truth.

It is powerful enough even to keep the truth out of the news. Through two elections.

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