Friday, August 4, 2017

Corrupt Stearns Co Attorney Janelle Kendall Trying To Maliciously Drive Up Costs Of Wetterling Data By Printing Electronic Data Onto Paper? Misuse Of Public Resources Is A Criminal Act (609.52), Isn't it? So Is Willful Refusal To Comply With The Mn Data Practice Laws (13.09 - 609.43), Right? Did You Notice All Sorts Of EFiling In Case No. 73-CV-17-4904? Why Not Electronic Redaction For Wetterling Data? Electronic Records Show Electronic Records Management Since 12-23-97?

from:    Lion News
"Lieser, Mary",
date:    Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 12:41 PM
subject:    Chapter 13 data request - invoices and costs for Wetterling data

Janelle Kendall, Stearns County Attorney & Chief Deputy Lentz
Chapter 13 data request - please email me the following readily available, free, electronic public data:

1. Names; employee identification numbers, job titles; job descriptions; actual gross salaries and work-related continuing education (Years: 2010-2017) of 5-13 people working full-time to read and redact information at Wetterling Room at the Stearns County Law Enforcement Center
2. Invoices and payments for transcription, digitization, redaction tape, photocopying, copy paper, toner for copier. printer cartridges, employee time sheets for Wetterling redaction project.
3. Stearns County invoices and signed contracts for Adobe Acrobat Professional software - versions 8-9+.
4. Breakdown of created data that was manual redacted versus searchable pdf format data that was electronically redacted.

Terry Dean, Nemmers (320) 283-5713

P.S. You remember the data that you illegally withheld from and then decided you would file share to me? Yeah, you can mail that to me at your expense. FYI I do not accept registered or certified mail.
P.S.S. 13.03 ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT DATA. Subd. 12. Pleadings says that you are the custodian of petition to enter guilty plea for Stearns County Court File No. 73-CR-16-3706, State v. Jade Orcena
P.S.S.S. Make sure you include data referenced in County Attorney via to: "" date: Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 2:00 PM subject:Data inquiry

Joint Law Enforcement computer aided dispatch, mobile data, investigative, property, and jail and records management system agreement between Vision Software, Inc., the County of Stearns, and the City of St. Cloud Signed by Henry J. Kohorst Stearns County Auditor-Treasurer and St. Cloud City Attorney Jan F. Petersen 12-23-97

Oct. 22, 1989: Jacob Wetterling, 11, is abducted by a masked man on a road near his house in rural St. Joseph, Minn., while returning from a Tom Thumb store with his brother, Trevor, 10, and friend Aaron Larson, 11.
Dec. 16, 1989: Danny Heinrich is interviewed by the FBI. He says he can’t recall where he was on the day Jacob disappeared.
Jan. 12, 1990: Heinrich is re-interviewed by law enforcement. They focus on a pair of gym shoes and car tires. He also volunteers hair samples for testing.
February 9 1990: Heinrich is arrested on probable cause for Scheierl’s kidnapping. He emphatically stated his innocence and invoked his right to an attorney. He was later released without being charged. Timeline of the Jacob Wetterling case September 6, 2016 — 5:03pm

What’s new with Rule 14? Rule 14 of the General Rules of Practice governs eFiling and  eService. Previously, this Rule allowed documents to be eFiled in  several different formats. As of September 13, 2013, however,  documents are required to “be submitted in searchable PDF format only.” Fast Facts: eFiling a Searchable  PDF Document Under Rule 14 eCourtMN University skills, tools, and knowledge on our way to a paperless court

Teams of attorneys, investigators and county employees have worked full time since Oct. 27, redacting information that state law says can't be released to the public. They've read through 37,000-40,000 pages of investigative reports. Twice. ..."Because there has been so much interest and so much debate about it, we think it's especially important to be 100 percent transparent on this and make sure it all gets out there and people can make their own judgments on that," Kendall said. Before beginning the review of the case file, Kendall asked the state's Information Policy Analysis Division for direction and guidance on what information should be redacted and how quickly the work needed to be done. Stearns prepares Wetterling files for public release David Unze , Published 4:48 p.m. CT Nov. 17, 2016 | Updated 4:48 p.m. CT Nov. 17, 2016

"I could see easily with personnel hours reaching $200,000," said Bruce Bechtold, chief deputy in the Stearns County Sheriff's Office. The county recently received about 3,000 pages of transcribed interviews from audio and video recordings that had to be sent to a Blaine company to be digitized and then to an Arizona company to be transcribed. That will cost about $15,000 when it's done. Initially there were between 5-13 people working full-time to read and redact information protected from release under the state Data Practices laws. ... There likely won't ever be a definite and accurate cost of the hours spent preparing the file, and there won't be any reimbursement to the departments from which the workers come.  Wetterling documents cost: $200,000 David Unze , Published 2:36 p.m. CT March 24, 2017 | Updated 2:36 p.m. CT March 24, 2017

PROPER METHODS OF REDACTING INFORMATION Adobe Acrobat Professional - Adobe Acrobat Professional (Version 8.0 or later) is the only version of Acrobat that can be used reliably to permanently redact information once a document is in PDF format. Case Management/Electronic Case Files Guidance on Redacting Personal Data Identifiers in Electronically Filed Documents$FILE/ECF%20Redaction%20Guide.pdf

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date:    Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 12:41 PM
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I will be out of the office July 11th thru 14th, but will be checking emails.  Thank you.

from:    Kendall, Janelle
to:    Lion News
date:    Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 12:41 PM
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I am out of the office until July 24.

For urgent matters, please call our office at (320) 656-3880 so that your matter may be redirected.

Janelle Kendall
Stearns County Attorney

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date:    Mon, Jul 31, 2017 at 1:10 PM
subject:    Request Regarding Wetterling Data, July 12, 2017 (Part #1)
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    Mr. Nemmers,

    Attached please find a response to your request regarding the above-subject.  Because of the file size you will receive 7 emails with the attachments.

    Thank you.

Attachment: Terry Nemmers Data Practice Request07312017124544_Part1.pdf  Lion News‏ @Lion__News  FYI #WetterlingScandal @StearnsCountyMN maliciously driving up costs by printing out Wetterling onto pieces of paper & manually redacting? 7:28 AM - 4 Aug 2017  Lion News‏ @Lion__News  FYI #WetterlingScandal 73-CV-17-4904 eFiled while @StearnsCountyMN maliciously driving up costs by printing out Wetterling data onto paper? 7:31 AM - 4 Aug 2017  1 Like Cheryl Nagel  0 replies 0 retweets 1 like  Lion News‏ @Lion__News  FYI #WetterlingScandal Electronic @StearnsCountyMN redaction of Wetterling data mandated back on 09-13-13? Today manual paper redactions? 8:54 AM - 4 Aug 2017

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