Monday, January 23, 2012

Media mettle testing part deux.

For the same reason as the following (previous) post,
I am testing the media response to a different legitimate tip.

In February 2007, the Albuquerque Journal published a story in which it was admitted that illegal background checks had been done on whistleblowers, and that money had been taken from evidence and spent as petty cash. Both are felonies.

The only criminal investigation of felony public corruption in the APS Police Department, was done by the APS Police Department.

It took them more than three years to complete their "investigation". The investigation was completed by June 2010; before statutes of limitation had expired.

The evidence and testimony has not been surrendered to the District Attorney, though statutes of limitation have now expired on felony criminal misconduct involving APS senior administrators.

The story is not the original corruption.

The story is the subsequent cover up.

All of the evidence is public record; you have only to get APS Communications and lawyers to surrender it in compliance with the law.

This is about the message; not about the messenger.

grateful for your time and attention

ched macquigg

Again, as below, you judge whether the allegation is credible and whether the establishment media; the Journal, KOAT, KOB, and KRQE follow through appropriately.

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