Wednesday, September 25, 2013

APS deposition transcripts are public records

The transcripts of the depositions of the leadership of the APS are public records.  They are in electronic format, and they are immediately available.

Eeezy peezy; all you have to do is to get APS' Custodian of Public Records and Director of Communications Rigo Chavez to send them to you

More likely instead, you will receive snail mail from him, explaining that the records will be produced within the 15 days "allowed by the law".

The spirit of the law does not allow immediately available records to be held for 15 days, in fact, it specifically prohibits it.

But if you have all the lawyers, guns and money,
the "legal" misinterpretation of the law
shites on the back of the spirit of law.  

Ben Franklin, derived.
This means of course, that the establishment media could get their hands on the transcripts if they really wanted to investigate and report upon the ethics and accountability scandal in the leadership of the APS.

They don't, unfortunately, really want to.

There are Vietnam vets who wear patches that read;
if you weren't there, don't talk about it.

Anyone who hasn't read the transcripts, shouldn't talk about
whether or not there actually is, an ethics and accountability
scandal in the leadership of the APS.

photo Mark Bralley 

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