Friday, April 18, 2014

“Public Relations/Communications Protocol” Submitted To The Lapdog Media Called The Echo Press By Douglas County Coordinator Bill Schalow? Newspaper's Attorney Describes Censoring As Neo-Communist Tactics? The Lapdog Media All Bark Since March 6, 2006? Neo-Commie Censors Own Lapdog's Leash?


Lest we forget. . .  right? Although it is kind of hard to forget when the same sort of criminal activity is still going on today, right?

                        Douglas County Public Relations/Communications Protocol - March 6, 2006

Outlined below is the protocol Douglas County requests that you follow when developing and writing an article/story for publication regarding Douglas County business.

1. The County Coordinator is the Chief Public Relations/Communications Officer for Douglas County. All articles/stories concerning Douglas County and/or one of its offices should be submitted to the coordinator's office to be reviewed for accuracy, prior to publication.
2. Draft articles/stories should be submitted to Heather Schlangen, Human Resource Representative, Coordinator's Office, either by e-mail or hard copy for review.
3. All follow up questions regarding an article/story you may be developing should be directed to Ms. Schlangen.
4. Ms. Schlangen should be notified prior to your contacting any county department head regarding an article/story you may be developing. (Note: you may contact the following elected county department heads directly without notifying Ms. Schlangen; the County Attorney and the Sheriff. However, a draft copy of all articles should be submitted Ms. Schlangen, prior to publication).
5. Documents handed out at board meetings are available at no charge. However, any other requests for data or documents will be made under the Minnesota Data Practice Act and shall be requested from Ms. Schlangen. There will be a charge for reproducing such data and documents.
6. If you have a need to interview any member of the County Board or the County Coordinator, your request should be made (written or verbally) to Ms. Schlangen and she will make the necessary arrangements for such interview.
7. All statements made during a Board meeting (or any public meeting) are quotable. However, when conducting an interview with any county employee, you should inform them employee of your intentions to quote them at the time of the interview.
8. Ms. Schlangen is not an authorized spokesperson for Douglas County, and therefore, she is not quotable. Ms. Schlangen is only authorized to locate and provide information you may need.

This procedure was designed to minimize the possibility of erroneous information getting out to the public. It also facilitates keeping the county board informed as to which business items are going to be published.

If this procedure is followed, it will help eliminate the unnecessary and time consuming phone calls published errors generate, and the county's need to demand retractions and corrections. It is a procedure that is mutually beneficial to the county and Echo press.

The county has generally enjoyed a good working relationship with the Echo Press, and on the whole the experience has been positive. However, this request to “tighten up” the communication process has been precipitated by a few stories being published without the county's prior knowledge and the quoting of officer's outside of the board room without their knowledge.

Although this incidents did not cause major distractions for the county, they did generate concern.

Since this is somewhat of a departure from the way we have been operating, I will give you the opportunity to voice any concern or objection you may have about this procedure. I will do what I can to accommodate your concerns or objections. Please notify me as soon as possible. If I do not hear from you, I will assume that you will comply with the protocol outlined above and it will be the accepted and expected communications procedure beginning Tuesday, March 7, 2006. I must inform you, however, that if you willfully ignore or fail to cooperate and comply, without contacting me first regarding your concerns, your actions could result in a total “gag” and limit your interaction with the county to the coordinator's office only.

I appreciate your cooperation and my office looks forward to a continued positive and mutually beneficial relationship.

Respectively,
William B. Schalow
Douglas County Coordinator
March 6, 2006


Stuck in the middle with you March 14, 2006 – The bronze: Bill Schalow, county coordinator of Douglas County, Minnesota. He's apologized for this, for telling the local newspaper, the Springfield Echo Press, that henceforth all its stories about the count had to be submitted to him for fact-checking and approval, and or no county official would ever speak to the paper again. Somewhere some exec at Fox News is snapping his fingers and saying “Shucks!” The Worst Person In the World: And 202 Strong Contenders by Keith Olbermann. 1st edition, September 1, 2007.

Schalow said he used an old policy he wrote in the 1990s when he worked in Pope County during an employee strike. Schalow said he was responding to officials who had various complaints about the paper's coverage of the county. "What caused me to change my mind was the level and severity of the reaction," he said. "My approach was terribly, terribly wrong. This is a small town. I see these people in the grocery store. This has been very uncomfortable. I just want it to be over." Official’s attempt to gag newspaper fails in Douglas County. Associated Press. Post-Bulletin. March 14, 2006. page 6A.

"I was shocked," Edenloff said. "I thought it was the most ridiculous document I'd ever read. ... We do not need our stories to be pre-authorized, prearranged or sanitized. We're the watchdogs, not them." County plan to gag paper ignites opposition in Alexandria. 11:45 AM, Mar 13, 2006. KARE 11 TV.

His watchmen are blind: they are all ignorant, they are all dumb dogs, they cannot bark; sleeping, lying down, loving to slumber. Yea, they are greedy dogs which can never have enough, and they are shepherds that cannot understand: they all look to their own way, every one for his gain, from his quarter. Isaiah 56:10-11 King James Version (KJV)

After exchanging angry words with Schalow in a phone call, Edenloff called Mark Anfinson, the attorney for the Minnesota Newspaper Association, and asked his opinion. A flabbergasted Anfinson told Edenloff the protocol appeared to violate both the First Amendment and Minnesota's open records statutes. "This is something you would have expected to see behind the Iron Curtain," Anfinson said. "I told [Edenloff] that the best remedy for this would be a story, that it wouldn't stand the light of day." It didn't, Schalow admits. County leaders, some alarmed to see the specifics of the protocol for the first time, said they didn't support it. The public was incensed. Schalow backed off. Douglas County's attempt to muzzle press hits buzz saw of opposition – A Douglas County official learned how much local residents value a free press when he issued a policy that he would screen stories in the local paper. Larry Oakes, Star Tribune. Last update: March 12, 2006. 9:58 PM.

In 2014, with the same lapdog media, we have the same song different verse, right? That's right, isn't it?


Removing a sentence from a resolution was central to Douglas County Commissioner Dan Olson flipping his support for a resolution he voted against two weeks ago. During last Tuesday’s county board meeting, commissioners voted 3-2 in favor of a resolution that supports proposed legislation that would “allow counties to publish certain public notices on their websites instead of, or in addition to, in an official newspaper.” Just two weeks ago, during their February 4 meeting, commissioners voted 2-3, failing to support the resolution. County vote changes on public notices By Amy Chaffins. Osakis Review on Feb 26, 2014 at 12:00 a.m.

The Pope County Commissioners sadly signed on to a resolution recently that is being pushed by the Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC) that supports state legislation that would allow counties to stop publishing public notices in newspapers. Instead, the notices and/or proceedings would be placed on the county’s website. We believe that is a big mistake for a number of reasons. First and foremost, it puts the county in control of its own information and where and when that information is published. In other words, it forces the public to go to a government-controlled website to learn what that government unit is up to. Let the public take notice! Editorial by – Tim Douglass. The Rag Called The Pope County Tribune. February 18, 2014.



The county board voted 4-1 to pass the resolution supporting the proposed legislation, with Commisioners Lindor, Kittelson, Gerde and Wagner voting in favor and Commissioner Cody Rogahn voting against. A preliminary hearing on SF 1152 could be held as early as Feb. 26. County board supports state legislation for public notices to be online only By Deb Mercier News Editor. The Rag Called The Pope County Tribune. February 11. 2014.

Lion News: Pope County Bans Audio & Video Recording -- It Interferes With Their Criminal Activity?

As of Jan. 21, no unauthorized video cameras or audio recording devices will be permitted in county-owned buildings. That was the policy decision made by commissioners at their Jan. 21 board meeting. The policy approved by the board follows the approach used by Douglas County, according to County Coordinator Jim Thoreen. The intent is to make sure there is protection throughout any county building, it was stated. County Attorney Neil Nelson said, “Any time you’re going to put regulations on public property you need to have a reason to do so.” That being said, Nelson told commissioners there’s no question that Minnesota statute would allow the board to put regulations in place to allow the county to conduct business freely and safely. New rules in place for audio and video recording at county buildings By Deb Mercier News Editor. The Rag Called The Pope County Tribune. January 28, 2014.



Thursday, April 17, 2014

State Of Minnesota - Little Falls Internet Provider Addresses All Over Blog? All Sorts Of Gawking, Lurking & Skulking, Huh? Who Is Watching High-Profile Murder Trial Of Byron Smith (Case No. 49-CR-12-1882) If Everyone From Morrison County Is On Nemmers' Blog, Huh?


Is all of Morrison County on my blog? 


 















More to come . . .

Related Links:

Media Allowed Computers In High-Profile Murder Trial Of Byron Smith (Case No. 49-CR-12-1882)? Yet, No Investigation After Security Breach At Junkermeier Murder Trial (Case No. 34-CR-13-596)? It Was Media's West-Central Tribune's Caroline Lange & Star Tribune's Jenna Ross Caught Illegally Videoing, Wasn't it? Media & Court Security Can't Be Trusted, Can They? Supreme Court Commissioner Rita DeMeules Has Hissy Fit And Hangs Up On Nemmers?

Security Breach At Junkermeier Murder Trial! (Case No. 34-CR-13-596) West-Central Tribune's Caroline Lange & Star Tribune's Jenna Ross Caught Illegally Videoing? Videoing Banned In Courthouse? Kandiyohi Co. Sheriff Dan Hartog Willfully Refuses To Search Reporter's Phones? Lange Tweeting & Audio Recording Trial? Officers Of Court & Editor Give Different Audio Recorded Accounts? It's A Cover-Up, Isn't It? It Is, Isn't It?

Will Washington County Attorney Pete Orput Rig High-Profile Murder Case For Byron Smith (Case No. 49-CR-12-1882) Like He Did For High-Profile Drug Case Of Washington Co. Deputy Ricky Harry Gruber (Case No. 82-CR-13-789)? Sheriff William Hutton & Orput Retaliate Against Nemmers By Illegally Withholding Deputy Gruber's Public Data? Morrison County Sheriff Michel Wetzel Tries To Defraud Nemmers Out Of $85.00? Wetzel Complaint Filed!


Media Allowed Computers In High-Profile Murder Trial Of Byron Smith (Case No. 49-CR-12-1882)? Yet, No Investigation After Security Breach At Junkermeier Murder Trial (Case No. 34-CR-13-596)? It Was Media's West-Central Tribune's Caroline Lange & Star Tribune's Jenna Ross Caught Illegally Videoing, Wasn't it? Media & Court Security Can't Be Trusted, Can They? Supreme Court Commissioner Rita DeMeules Has Hissy Fit And Hangs Up On Nemmers?


Danger! Warning! Special rules for the media who think that they are above the law, right? That's right, isn't it?


If you are part of the lap dog media you get to bring a computer into the high-profile murder trial of Byron Smith (Case No. 49-CR-12-1882), don't you? You do, don't you?


If you are a concerned individual who reports on local corruption, then you would be barred from bring a computer into the corrupt courtroom, wouldn't you? You would, wouldn't you?

Who couldn't be trusted with their smart phones that tweet, record video, record audio, take pictures and email, huh? It was the media, right? It was, wasn't it? The ones who couldn't "police" themselves, right? That's right, isn't it?

And who couldn't be trusted to seize and forensically examine the miscreant media's smart phones when they were caught in the act of illegally videoing at the high-profile Brok Junkermeier murder trial (Case No. 34-CR-13-596), huh? It was court security, right? That's right's, isn't it? It is, isn't it?

And who is illegally withholding free public data on both incidents? Yeah, court security, right? So you know how many computer violations committed by the lap dog media are going to be ignored by court security, don't you? Every single one, right? That's right, isn't it? And if you dare to violate the rules, then the S.W.A.T. comes out to deal with you, right? That's right, isn't it? More of the same from the corrupt courts, right? That's right, isn't it?

And when I reported this to Supreme Court Commissioner Rita DeMeules she had a hissy fit and hung up on me, didn't she? DeMeules did, didn't she? DeMeules got upset when I told her the call was recorded, didn't she?

More to come . . .

Related Links:
Security Breach At Junkermeier Murder Trial! (Case No. 34-CR-13-596) West-Central Tribune's Caroline Lange & Star Tribune's Jenna Ross Caught Illegally Videoing? Videoing Banned In Courthouse? Kandiyohi Co. Sheriff Dan Hartog Willfully Refuses To Search Reporter's Phones? Lange Tweeting & Audio Recording Trial? Officers Of Court & Editor Give Different Audio Recorded Accounts? It's A Cover-Up, Isn't It? It Is, Isn't It?

Will Washington County Attorney Pete Orput Rig High-Profile Murder Case For Byron Smith (Case No. 49-CR-12-1882) Like He Did For High-Profile Drug Case Of Washington Co. Deputy Ricky Harry Gruber (Case No. 82-CR-13-789)? Sheriff William Hutton & Orput Retaliate Against Nemmers By Illegally Withholding Deputy Gruber's Public Data? Morrison County Sheriff Michel Wetzel Tries To Defraud Nemmers Out Of $85.00? Wetzel Complaint Filed!



Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Will Washington County Attorney Pete Orput Rig High-Profile Murder Case For Byron Smith (Case No. 49-CR-12-1882) Like He Did For High-Profile Drug Case Of Washington Co. Deputy Ricky Harry Gruber (Case No. 82-CR-13-789)? Sheriff William Hutton & Orput Retaliate Against Nemmers By Illegally Withholding Deputy Gruber's Public Data? Morrison County Sheriff Michel Wetzel Tries To Defraud Nemmers Out Of $85.00? Wetzel Complaint Filed!


I called Morrison County Sheriff Michel Wetzel to check on the security at the trial for Byron Smith (Case No. 49-CR-12-1882), didn't I? I did, didn't I?

Lion News: Washington County Attorney Pete Orput Rigs Trial For Druggie Deputy Ricky Gruber?

And the Sheriff was pretty nice to me on the phone, wasn't he? He was, wasn't he? He told me about the map of the designated area for media, didn't he? He did, didn't he?


I called because I was concerned about Security Breach At Junkermeier Murder Trial, wasn't I? I was, wasn't I?


And I was also concerned that Washington County Pete Orpat would try to rig the trial like he did for Druggie Deputy Ricky Gruber, wasn't I? I was, wasn't I?


And when I told the Sheriff that I still wanted my complete data request fulfilled, then his true nature came out, didn't it? It did, didn't it?
I found out that Morrison County Sheriff Michel Wetzel was just as much of criminal as Washington County Attorney Pete & Washington County Sheriff William Hutton, didn't I? I did, didn't I?

Sheriff Wetzel decided to send me this fraudulent bill to dodge the data request, didn't he? He did, didn't he?



However, instead of being man enough to take my phone call, my call went directly to his assistant's phone, didn't it? Guess the big, bad sheriff needs to hide behind his female staff, huh? I told the sheriff that I'd be calling the County Attorney or the Little Falls Police tomorrow if my data didn't show up, didn't I? I told him I'd pick the one that would be the most embarrassing, didn't I? I did, didn't I?

Formal Complaint





More to come . . .


Related links:

Sheriff Hutton Illegally Withholding Public Data On Druggie Deputy Gruber - Sweetheart Deal For Gruber At Rigged Trial? Conflict Of Interest With Washington Co. Attorney Pete Orput As Prostituting Attorney?

Washington Co. Court Staff Too Busy Watching Lion News To Process Data Request For the Rigged Trial Of Washington Co. Druggie Deputy Ricky Harry Gruber - Case No. 82-CR-13-789?

Washington Co. Attorney Peter Orput Given Another Opportunity To Illegally Withhold Public Data For Druggie Deputy Ricky Harry Gruber? Case no. 82-CR-13-789, 03/01/2013 – Order for Booking – More Proof Of Sweetheart Deal?




Monday, April 14, 2014

Was Father Leo Koppala Framed? Evidence Was Illegally Withheld By County Attorney Timmerman In Case No. 22-CR-13-347, Wasn't It? Diablolical Data Dodging Scam By City Of Blue Earth? Request For Interrogation Data From Chief Tom Fletcher Struck A Nerve & Triggered Illegal Monetary Demands For Data? Sounds Like A Frame-Up, Doesn't It?


Lion News: Father Koppala Framed? City Of Blue Earth Illegally Withholding Data From Nemmers?

Lion News: Father Koppala Framed? Blue Earth Mayor Scholtes Informed Of Data Dodge Scam?

Was Father Leo Koppala framed? If we would just go by the resistance to getting public data for the case, then the answer is "Yes," isn't it? If you have learned anything from my videos and my blog, then you will see that this pathetic attempt to defraud me out of a potentially large sum of money is a desperate attempt to get me off the trail, won't you? You will, won't you?

from: Kathy Bailey kbailey@becity.org

to: Lion News

date: Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 1:58 PM

subject: RE: Your Failure To Acknowledge 04-04-14 Chapter 13 Data Request - IP Addresses

mailed-by: becity.org

Dear Mr. Nemmers,


My first question is to establish who you are as we track where we are sending information. Requests made from e-mail sources do not provide that information. I need your full name, your residence or if the request is being made on behalf of a business that organization and address, a detailed list of the information you are requesting, need for the information, and a billing method.


Second you have requested a large amount of material here. There is a charge of $30.00 per hour for the time it will take our Police Chief to review all of our training records and determine which apply to your request. Your request does not state a training time period (some of our officers have been here over 20 years) or if you are just requesting records on our full-time officers or also on our part-time officers. We have a Chief of Police, four full-time officers and 12 part-time officers. I would estimate that this piece of your request alone we require several days of work.


Additionally the personnel handbook and the department policy and procedure manual are copied at the rate of $.25 per page or actual cost of staff time and copies, if over 100 pages are requested. The personnel manual, as an example of the smallest is has 40 pages to that document. The Police Department policy and procedure manual I would estimate has about 200 pages. Since the request is larger than 100 pages there will be staff time associated with that request also.


If you will provide the requested information above and a method for payment, such as a credit card we will begin to process your request.


Kathy Bailey

City Administrator

Blue Earth, MN

507-526-7336







eFiling and eService Mandatory September 16, 2013 Attention attorneys and government entities: eFiling and eService will be mandatory for civil and family cases in Faribault County District Court, effective September 16, 2013. The requirement does not apply to probate/mental health, adoption, child protection, or conciliation court cases. http://www.mncourts.gov



Case No. 22-CR-13-347 State of Minnesota vs Leo Charles Koppala 06/10/2013 E-filed Comp-Order for Detention



 



Case No. 22-CR-13-347 – State of Minnesota vs Leo Charles Koppala

03/06/2014
 

Notice of Motion and Motion
03/06/2014
 

Discovery Disclosure x 22
03/17/14
 

Plea Hearing  (10:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Richards, Douglas L.) Result: Held
03/17/14
 

Discovery Disclosure x 3
03/17/14
 

Petition to Enter Guilty Plea (Judicial Officer: Richards, Douglas L. )
03/17/14
 

Affidavit of Service
03/31/14
 

Sentencing  (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Richards, Douglas L.)






Sunday, April 13, 2014

Douglas County Parents: Are Your Children Safe? District 206 Students Interrogated? Another Facebook Fiasco In The Works? Nemmers Victim Of District's Harassing Phone Calls, Third Degree, And Diabolical Data Dodging Scam? School Indoctrinates Students Into Thinking That Administration And District's Legal Counsel Are About The Law?

Are you aware of the Facebook lawsuit brought against lawless Pope County's indoctrination center called the Minnewaska Area School District #2149 (MAHS)? I am, aren't I? The corrupt officials at the MAHS interrogated a student, didn't they? They did, didn't they?

Riley’s mother, Sandra Stratton, said she wasn’t informed or invited to sit in when officials “interrogated” her daughter. She did say the school called that morning to discuss the parent’s complaint about the sex-talk message with her son.“They never once told me they were going to bring her into the room and demand her Facebook password,” Sandra said. ACLU wins settlement for sixth-grader's Facebook posting – ACLU sued Minnewaska school after sixth-grader was forced to give up password. Article by: Curt Brown, Star Tribune. Updated: March 25, 2014 - 11:06 PM.



So I decided to ask the corrupt school officials at Alexandria High School at District 206 if they interrogated their students, didn't I? I did, didn't I?

We offer a one-day training program on The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation for school administrators. In the last several years we have conducted this one-day seminar for school administrators in: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Missouri, Oregon and New York.The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation for School Administrators. c 2012 John E. Reid and Associates, Inc. Presented by Joseph P. Buckley, President. John E. Reid and Associates, Inc. info@reid.com, www.reid.com, jbuckley@reid.com


And I received the "third degree" for asking for legal information, didn't I? I did, didn't I?

In Minnesota we're sort of in this transition because we've been recording interrogations now for about 15 years. We're sort of in a transition from the Reid approach to this investigative interviewing approach. Real Interrogation: What actually happens when cops question kids. By Barry C. Feld, Centennial Professor of Law, University of Minnesota. Lecture delivered February 14, 2013 at Arizona State University – School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.


I was lied to, harassed, and was illegally denied public information by the Grand Inquisitor . . . aka Superintendent Rick Lahn, wasn't I?

I realize the name is the “Reid Technique of Interview and Interrogation”, but we, as school personnel, do not claim to interrogate anyone. We interview, we ask a lot of questions, we investigate, we make every attempt to follow the Reid technique to the letter; however, we do not call what we do interrogation. Interrogation stirs up mental pictures of smoke-filled rooms, bright lights, and other negative images portrayed in movies and on TV. The last thing you want going around your school/community is that the Deans/VP in your school interrogate students. It may be more palatable to describe what we do after initial interview as an effort to clarify an inconsistencies or discrepancies in the information that the student has given us. Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation - Tips for Educators by: Steve Greiner, Dean of Students.Crystal Lake High School. http://www.isda.us/images/Reid_tips_2.pdf


The only things missing from the experience were the bright lights in my face and the heavy phone book crashing  down onto my head, weren't they? They were, weren't they?

13.43 PERSONNEL DATA. Subd. 2. Public data. (a), (2) job title and bargaining unit; job description; education and training background; and previous work experience; (7) work location; a work telephone number; badge number; work-related continuing education; and honors and awards received;

Assistant Principal Amy Sack was the one I sent the original data request to, wasn't it? It was, wasn't it?

A. Generally, students may not be interviewed during the school day by persons other than a student’s parents, school district officials, employees and/or agents, except as otherwise provided by law and/or this policy. 519 Interviews of Student by Outside Agencies – II. General Statement of Policy. Alexandria, Minnesota School District 206. page 519-1.


And it is a matter of the public record that Assistant Principal Amy Sack has a history of illegally withholding data, isn't it? It is, isn't it? (We'll get into that more in a later post, won't we?)

Security and Maintenance 1. The school district shall establish appropriate security safeguards to ensure that video recordings are maintained and stored in conformance with the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minn. Stat. Ch. 13, and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 20 U.S.C. § 1232g, and the rules and/or regulations promulgated there under. 2. The school district shall ensure that video recording are retained in accordance with the school district’s records retention schedule. II. General Statement of Policy – 736 Video Surveillance Other Than On Buses. Page 736 – 2.


Superintendent Rick Lahn made it clear to me that he was going to conspire with District 206's legal counsel to illegally withhold this public data from me, didn't he? He did, didn't he?

2013 Minnesota Statutes. 13.03 Access to Government Data. Subd. 3. Request for access to data. (c) The responsible authority or designee shall provide copies of public data upon request. 13.43 Personnel Data. Subd. 2. Public data. (a) (2) job title and bargaining unit; job description; education and training background; and previous work experience.


Superintendent Rick Lahn did that by maliciously describing my data request as "ridiculous," didn't he?

In addition, MDE does not charge for the first two (2) hours of program staff time spent searching for, retrieving and making copies of data. Guide for Member of the Public Requesting Information – Minnesota Department of Education. February 2012, page 6.


Superintendent Rick Lahn also maliciously described my data request as "very out of the ordinary," didn't he?

2. Interrogation. Where an interview is an exercise in education, an interrogation is an exercise of extraction. The interrogation of a suspect presents special problem which we will not address, other than to make one observation. Many examiners approach the interrogation of a suspect with the objective of extracting a confession. This is a capital mistake, as the suspect may be innocent. The examiner should approach the suspect interrogation with the same objective as any other form of questioning – to extract the truth. You are more likely to achieve the truth if you do not try to impose your preconceptions about the truth upon the witness. George R. Dekle, Sr, Prosecution Principles: A Clinical Handbook (Thompson/West:2007), Page 166.


Superintendent Rick Lahn also maliciously said: "We're not going to have our chain yanked by somebody like you." didn't he? He did, didn't he?

Consider that a fact-giver may have worked so many hours or days on a case that, without any malicious intent, he may have withheld relevant information or even supplied unfounded information to the investigator. When an initial investigator becomes emotionally involved in solving a case, it is not uncommon for him or her to lose perspective of a truth-seeker and assume the adversarial role of a prosecutor, attempting to “build a case” against the person he believes is responsible for the crime. Fred E. Inbau, John E. Reid, Joseph P. Buckley, Brian C. Jayne, Criminal Interrogation and Confessions, 4th Ed., page 17.


Superintendent Rick Lahn has got a screw loose if he thinks that I will let him, his corrupt Assist. Principal Amy Sack and their slime ball attorney waste my valuable time, insult my intelligence and waste valuable public resources illegally dodging my data request, hasn't he? He has, hasn't he?

But he never expected as part of his FOIA request to receive an internal Navy note that details how to dismiss his request as a “fishing expedition.” Mr. MacFarlane had sought information related to the Navy Yard shooting in September and had asked that all fees beyond $15 be waived, Politico reported. The surprise Navy memo said to negotiate with Mr. MacFarlane over his request and characterize it as a waste of time. It also said, Politico reported, to speak about the cost of fulfilling the request as a means of pressuring Mr. MacFarlane to “narrow the scope” of his FOIA. The memo specifically states: “Again, ‘fishing expedition.’ Just because they are media doesn’t mean the memos shed light on specific government activities.” The U.S. Navy apologized for the memo. U.S. Navy mistakenly sends how-to memo on dodging FOIA requests By Cheryl K. Chumley, The Washington Times. Wednesday, January 8, 2014.


The next round is going to be a virtual kick in the "nuts" for Superintendent Rick Lahn, isn't it? It is, isn't it?

By making another person feel fearful, guilty, or ashamed, the manipulator is in a position to gain control over the other individual's affects, thoughts, and behaviors by substituting his own beliefs. This is the basic mechanism of gaslighting whether used in everyday life, in psychotherapy situations, or in the thought-reform and mind-control manipulations of cult leaders. Some advertising and many social interactions in which one person attempts to gain control over another are based on this principle.” Gaslighting, The Double Whammy, Interrogation and Other Covert Control in Psychotherapy & Analysis, Theo L. Dorpat (Maryland: 2004), Page 7.

The best part is Superintendent Rick Lahn has no idea what I really want, does he? He doesn't, does he?


If Superintendent Rick Lahn was upset with me before, then he will be even more upset with me after I pull the special move on him, won't he? He will, won't he?

More to come . . .