Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Was it Access or Caswell?

When the Journal exposed public corruption and incompetence in the leadership of the APS and its publicly funded private police force, link, the leadership of the APS was compelled to hire a private investigator to conduct and impartial and independent investigation, link.

The investigator reported to leadership and their findings named the names of APS senior administrators who had committed felonies.

The report has been kept secret ever since.

Even while statutes of limitation expired on felony criminal misconduct.

There was a time, for a long time, when APS Custodian of Public Records Rigo Chavez had me convinced that the investigation into public corruption in the leadership of the APS Police was conducted by Access Investigations, link. He even gave me a copy of the contract.

At some point, it morphed into an investigation done by Robert Caswell Investigations instead.

I have been at different times and with conviction been told by Rigo Chavez, that it absolutely was one or the other. Which? Both? Who knows?

If they're hiding the truth, we have no idea
what we don't know.

When the question is will you tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the ethically redacted truth about public corruption in the leadership of the APS police force, any answer except yes, means no.

All we know for sure is, they won't tell the truth.
They won't surrender the ethically redacted public record
of the investigations of felony criminal misconduct involving
senior APS administrators.

That, and that Kent Walz and the Journal are in cahoots.

photo Mark Bralley

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