Supreme Court rules against Scioto Co...

Supreme Court rules against Scioto County records request

There are 6 comments on the The Columbus Dispatch story from Mar 7, 2013, titled Supreme Court rules against Scioto County records request. In it, The Columbus Dispatch reports that:

The Ohio Supreme Court today batted down a request by a Portsmouth businessman seeking deed and other information from Scioto County Auditor Craig Opperman.

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Jackwagon

Oak Hill, OH

#1 Mar 7, 2013
And the good ole boys keep rolling on. Nothing like watching the Lodge in action.
Kim

Napoleon, OH

#2 Mar 7, 2013
I doubt the judges on the SC are in your good ole boys club.How silly of you to even say they are. All you have to do is read the decision and why they reached it.
Jackwagon

Oak Hill, OH

#3 Mar 7, 2013
Kim, do a little reading on the history of the Masonic Lodge and their BAR Association. These people understand how to rule on matters that concern their own. This corruption goes back for many years. Republican or Democrat; It doesn't matter. They protect their own. The sole dissenting voice on the court was nothing more than a bone thrown out to anyone skeptical of the decision. This sort of politicing happens every day. Don't be naive.
shdfah

Nelsonville, OH

#4 Mar 7, 2013
That's bs, not being able to get public records...
You're right? Denied!!!
Skye

Ashland, KY

#5 Mar 8, 2013
Jackwagon wrote:
Kim, do a little reading on the history of the Masonic Lodge and their BAR Association. These people understand how to rule on matters that concern their own. This corruption goes back for many years. Republican or Democrat; It doesn't matter. They protect their own. The sole dissenting voice on the court was nothing more than a bone thrown out to anyone skeptical of the decision. This sort of politicing happens every day. Don't be naive.
. Do I just Google that topic or do I have to find printed material in a local library Are you saying All Masonic Lodge and BAR or just our own? I am seriously considering starting a grass roots effort to bring light and a voice to the Injustice and Corruption in this county. I know it will cause ridicule and harassment to those brave enough to be a part of it but to continue to allow our local justice system walk all over our rights guaranteed by the constitution is being irresponsible. As long as the injustice does not touch your family you can look the other way without concern. I don't care who you are the most hated or the most loved your rights WIll be violated if it suits the powers that be in Scioto County. I wonder how many would publically admit that we have a serious problem here?
Kim

Napoleon, OH

#6 Mar 8, 2013
shdfah wrote:
That's bs, not being able to get public records...
You're right? Denied!!!
Where did the ruling
say you can no longer obtain public records?

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