I disagree. The White's last letter to the DA, prompting his CORRECT reply of sophistry on their part, them circling back to the criminal justice records they want:Candy, I have to disagree with you on this one. The Whites aren't seeking anything in this suit but the remaining 14 pages of the GJ indictment which were withheld because the GJ didn't vote a True Bill on the other charges. Judge Lowenbach's ruling was that only the pages that were signed by the GJ Foreman were "official actions of the Grand Jury". But what he failed to account for is that the charges that were "No True Billed" are also signed by the Foreman in the appropriate space. Therefore the other charges that were not voted for by a majority of the GJ are still (by his definition) "official actions of the Grand Jury".
This action has nothing to do with the Krebs matter.
June 9, 2014
Stanley Garnett, District Attorney
Twentieth Judicial District
1777 Sixth Street
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Dear Mr. Garnett,
Thank you for your June 8, 2014 reply to our May 7, 2014 letter.
With regard to your statement that "we either do not have, or cannot legally disclose, any of the documents you seek""
1. Our January 31, 2014 letter contains a request, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-72-303 (2) and C.R.S. 24-72-304 (2) that you notify us in writing if your agency does not have custody and control of requested criminal justice records. Please now comply with these provisions of the law and immediately notify us as to the identities of such records, the reason for the absence of those records from your custody and control, and the identities of the criminal justice agency and person with custody and control thereof.
2> Please identify those criminal justice records that we seek which are in your custody and control, but that you "cannot legally disclose".
Please contact us with any questions regarding this request.
Fleet Russell White Priscilla Brown White