Task Force Takes First Steps Toward Compromise
Freedom of Information Commission Executive Director Colleen Murphy, President of the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information Jim Smith, Chief State's Attorney Kevin Kane A divided task force on public disclosure and victim privacy took a step toward compromise Wednesday with agreement on proposals allowing some police records to be inspected ... (more)
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Since: Jan 08
#1 Nov 28, 2013
After being subjected to all the newtown-whiners in all forms of media in the last 11-plus months (and no, you CAN'T just "turn it off if you don't like it" because it's SO damnably pervasive) The Public has a right to examine and copy as much evidence in THIS event as they would for any other similar event.
Without continued public disclosure and examination in this and every other case we'll have a state government spiraling even FASTER toward what that halfbreed's federal government is turning out to be.
If the newtown-whiners and their fellow goodygoods don't want to see it then THEY should be the ones to avoid it.
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