Conn. privacy panel begins making rec...

Conn. privacy panel begins making recommendations

There are 3 comments on the TheDay.Com story from Dec 18, 2013, titled Conn. privacy panel begins making recommendations. In it, TheDay.Com reports that:

A task force on Tuesday began piecing together a package of recommendations for Connecticut lawmakers on ways to balance the privacy of crime victims with the public's right to know.

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Sol

Since: Jan 08

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#1 Dec 18, 2013
Solution: redact the names and any personally-identifiable pictures and publish EVERYTHING.

The Public had tax dollars stolen from them to support this investigation, and The Public has a right to know both the content of the investigation as well as the quality of the investigation. Was money wasted in the process? Was the investigation accurately and competently performed? If any party in the event or the investigation was paid by Public Monies then The Public has the right to know who they are and what they did.

We don't have to know (or, honestly CARE about any of 'em) which kid got which bullet hole(s) but there must be a self-correcting system of checks and balances in the process and NOT have a system of "we did it, we investigated ourselves, and we told you so, so shut up and believe it".

We're getting ENOUGH of that sh!t out of Hartford and Washington these days.
CTM

Southbury, CT

#2 Dec 19, 2013
Sol wrote:
Solution: redact the names and any personally-identifiable pictures and publish EVERYTHING.
The Public had tax dollars stolen from them to support this investigation, and The Public has a right to know both the content of the investigation as well as the quality of the investigation. Was money wasted in the process? Was the investigation accurately and competently performed? If any party in the event or the investigation was paid by Public Monies then The Public has the right to know who they are and what they did.
We don't have to know (or, honestly CARE about any of 'em) which kid got which bullet hole(s) but there must be a self-correcting system of checks and balances in the process and NOT have a system of "we did it, we investigated ourselves, and we told you so, so shut up and believe it".
We're getting ENOUGH of that sh!t out of Hartford and Washington these days.
..........That's the entire way newtown is run, especially the police dept. The people like judges , states attornies and FBI are on the payroll here. That's how a woman is buried under her kitchen floor for over 20 years with no questions. 10 years before a missing person s report. But they found that body by accident. Since the town policy is to hide the acres of illegal dumping, just who and what do you think is there? 20 Kids? These politicains would have done it sooner had they known how much money and how big a sorrow card they could play. This gets more TV time and funds now than 911.

Sol

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#3 Dec 27, 2013
I've DL'ed the text & images. Haven't attacked the MP3s or movies yet.(I got a 30meg 'pipe' and I'm USING it!)

We'll see how badly they've cut it up to hide their tracks.

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