Tuesday, May 22, 2007

APS cops can no longer run background checks

According to this piece on KRQE.

The situation, which puts APS Police officers, staff, and students at some increased risk; follows the alleged criminal use of BCSO computers by APS leadership to do illegal background checks.

By way of follow up; apparently neither Beth Everitt nor County Sheriff Darren White has forwarded the evidence of alleged felony criminal misconduct to the District Attorney; taking it upon themselves to determine whether or not criminal charges should be filed by the DA's office.

There is no evidence so far, that District Attorney Brandenburg has expressed any concern with the usurpation of her prerogative to determine whether or not a crime has been committed.

Both the BCSO and the leadership of the APS have denied requests for the public records of the alleged felony criminal misconduct; including a request made by the KRQE news team.

Both Everitt and White are the subjects of complaints filed with the NMAGO over their refusal to surrender public records to public knowledge.

A fine example for children, being set by both.

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