Freedom of Information – Lying, Cheating, Stealing, Turning It Around on You, Frustrating You; A Lesson in Futility and in How Bad Government Does Not Want to Be Held Accountable to the Law – Redmond, WA (Part 19)

From pulling me over for no reason whatsoever, to fabricating evidence and making up a police report, to destroying audio and video tapes 5 days after the date of incident, to covering up, to shredding documents, to 13 different pretrial hearing dates and court dates they kept cancelling, all for a .068 DUI in a state that posts .08 and letting me drive home, I can assure you this is how underhanded the racketeers play, but they like the game of turning it around on you. We now move on to another phase, that of more of the same from the insane children that continue on in their ways with absolute impunity. Such is racketeering. They do not want to be held accountable. Will claim there have been over 1,000 emails from me, when in reality, I’m merely trying to get public records and they have already been caught concealing public records and removing them from the audit trail. They are the one’s trying to withhold the public records and caused the 1,000 emails; that’s not on me. They are the one’s that have parsed public records, and I will exemplify how they have included a completely different public records request (invoice) into a complete different request, that which is asking for destruction logs from the Prosecutor’s Office because they destroyed evidence, yes evidence, prior to the retention schedule based on their false claim I was denied an appeal. Well I had 3 beers one night, had a 3 beer max, and they fabricated a police report, and destroyed audio and video tapes from the police booking room, I requested all date stamped copies from my attorney for discovery which would have included those audio and video tapes they destroyed, and then when I go to get them they destroyed them. Well there is a paper trail when they destroy records, but from this waste of time they would rather not be held accountable, because it’s a Class C Felony, and they try to tell me there are no records responsive to my request, that they are not required to maintain destruction logs, and this is how stupid it gets, while they try to blame me. Look at how they try to frustrate a citizen when they are the one’s that have something to hide while they protect others. There is a word for it, it’s called CORRUPTION. And this is what happens when they violate civil rights, and I forgot to mention the cop that arrested me is a Brady Cop, one of 2 on the list. These people have ZERO Credibility. They are filthy liars, cheaters, and common criminals, but in the organized crime business, with all that Microsoft money and taxpayers resources that is endless, and this is how they try to turn it all around on the citizen. I’d be ashamed if I were one of them, but just look at the exchange from yesterday. Where I come from, it’s ok to admit you screwed up. This city will never admit liability and this is not indifferent from any other government, be it corrupt government or government in general. Again, I would be ashamed to be one of them. Let the record speak.

from: B Woods
to: John Marchione ,
Michelle Hart
date: Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 10:53 AM
subject: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

Mayor Marchione, CC Ms. Hart (City Clerk)

Pursuant to RCW 42.56, I am going to submit a public records request.

My request is for all records as they pertain to destruction logs created, maintained, and in possession by the Prosecutor’s Office at the City of Redmond. While you say there are no destruction logs from the Prosecutor’s Office responsive to a previous request, we shall see what destruction logs the City of Redmond possesses, creates, and maintains.

This should be a fairly simple request to fulfill, in fact I hope I can get that filled in the very near future, given that you claim there are no responsive records.

So to clarify this request, you are saying the Prosecutor’s Office does not maintain, possess, or create destruction logs, yet they destroy public records? Am I hearing this correctly? Regardless I will require all records from beginning to end.

For those responsive records that currently exist in electronic format (such as email, Word, or PDF files), please provide those documents in native searchable format including metadata. You are free to forward the files to me by email or copy the .pst files (with metadata) onto a CDR or DVD. Alternation of original email from its original .pst file along with its metadata is considered a violation of the Public Records Act; see Shoreline. For those documents which exist only in paper form, please scan those documents into PDF files and copy those files onto a CDR or DVD. Where paper copies of records available in electronic form contain handwritten marks or notes, please provide both the native electronic record and a copy of the paper record.

“Public record” includes “any writing containing information relating to the conduct of government or the performance of any governmental or proprietary function prepared, owned, used, or retained by any state, county, or local agency regardless of physical form or characteristics.” RCW 42.56.010(2). “‘Writing’ means handwriting, typewriting, printing, photostating, photographing, and every other means of recording any form of communication or representation including, but not limited to, letters, words, pictures, sounds, or symbols, or combination thereof, and all papers, maps, magnetic or paper tapes, photographic films and prints, motion picture, film and video recordings, magnetic or punched cards, discs, drums, diskettes, sound recordings, and other documents including existing data compilations from which information may be obtained or translated.” RCW 42.56.010(3).

This request specifically includes -and you are specifically directed to obtain, preserve in native format, and produce -any records that exist on agency computers, portable phones, BlackBerries, Kindle, IPad, or other devices, or in email, data, voice mail, or text mail accounts owned, controlled or paid for by the any government agency.

For each record that you contend is exempt from public disclosure, please specifically identify the record by subject, title, author, custodian and date, and specifically state how the specific statutory exemption applies to the record as required by RCW 42.56.210(3). For each record that is only partially exempt from public disclosure, please provide a redacted copy of that record. Failure to comply with this request for public records may require you to pay attorney fees as well as mandatory penalties under RCW 42.56.550(4). Yousoufian v. Sims, 152 Wn.2d 421,433, 98 P.3d 463 (2005) and Rental Housing Ass’n v. Des Moines, 165 Wn.2d 525, 199 P.3d 393 (2009).

Whether or not the Agency asserts that any requested records are exempt from disclosure you are required by RCW 42.56.100 to protect all records from loss or destruction until this matter is resolved.
You have five days to respond to this request as required by RCW 42.56.520.

Please notify me as to any costs or expense to anticipate in advance.

brent woods

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods ,
John Marchione
date: Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 10:57 AM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Brent,

For the third time now, keeping of destruction logs is not a requirement under RCW 42.56. And yes, record retention requirements of the State are still applicable. I have received your request below and will forward this request to the Prosecutor’s Office for response.

Thank you and have a good day.

Michelle

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 11:07 AM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

Please provide all identifiable records. And for further clarification, I will need all records as they also pertain to dates and names of who signed off on destruction of public records, but that is inherent in the request. But if there are no responsive records, this should be very interesting. Copy your Prosecutor’s Office in on that.

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 2:49 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

In accordance to RCW 42.56 and this public records request and the fact that the City of Redmond claims no responsive records exist (despite you claiming that 3 times), I require an internal review and I have met the 48 hour time frame for requesting this.

Please get back to me, because I find the City of Redmond’s claim to be completely BOGUS. Again you can copy your Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in on that too. I want to see the internal review or I will press you on that issue too.

brent woods

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
cc: “Allison G. Gordon”
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 2:50 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Brent,

Is this applicable to your new request submitted yesterday for all destruction logs from the Prosecutor’s Office?

Michelle

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 2:56 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

Of course it is, you already claimed that there are no responsive records. The header of this email indicates that …Public Records Request September 23 2015 Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
That requires an internal review. I expect that per law. Everything requires an internal review given what has been seen and has been documented, especially this one.

brent woods

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
cc: “Allison G. Gordon”
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 2:59 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Brent,

That request just came in yesterday and hasn’t even been processed. The city of Redmond will be in touch with you by September 30, 2015, with respect to the status of filling this request.

Have a good day.

Michelle

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 3:03 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

So you are just throwing out answers you don’t even know to be true? Or are the filthy liars in the other office throwing out lies?

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
cc: “Allison G. Gordon”
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 3:12 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Acknowledging receipt of your correspondence below.

Thank you and have good day.

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 3:14 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

Based on your answer for the third time, I require an internal review. I acknowledge your answer you gave three times in a row. I find that answer to be completely BOGUS. Provide the identifiable records as per request.

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
cc: “Allison G. Gordon”
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 4:09 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Brent,

In spite of not have yet received payment from you on a pending installment for a prior request, I went ahead and processed your request from yesterday, September 23, 2015. That request is as follows:

Pursuant to RCW 42.56, I am going to submit a public records request. My request is for all records as they pertain to destruction logs created, maintained, and in possession by the Prosecutor’s Office at the City of Redmond. While you say there are no destruction logs from the Prosecutor’s Office responsive to a previous request, we shall see what destruction logs the City of Redmond possesses, creates, and maintains. This should be a fairly simple request to fulfill, in fact I hope I can get that filled in the very near future, given that you claim there are no responsive records. So to clarify this request, you are saying the Prosecutor’s Office does not maintain, possess, or create destruction logs, yet they destroy public records? Am I hearing this correctly? Regardless I will require all records from beginning to end.

The Prosecutor’s Office found 2 records responsive to your request and those have just been sent to you both via the Electronic Records Center, and I also included them as a separate email attachment to you.

These logs begin in 2014. The Prosecutor’s Office began keeping destruction logs at that time.

Your request is now closed.

Thank you for your submission and have a good day.

Michelle Hart

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

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from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 4:19 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

I’ll contact every appropriate authority under the sun.

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 4:20 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

I wouldnt pay you a dime for that crap

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
cc: “Allison G. Gordon”
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 4:25 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Acknowledging receipt of the correspondence below.

Michelle Hart

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
cc: “Allison G. Gordon”
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 4:28 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Mr. Woods,

Please advise – are you saying that you are not going to pay for your installment with respect to: W000312-090815

We would not be able to continue processing this request without payment for the Installment you requested. Again, please advise.

I require all emails from October 7, 2013 to Sunday, September 6th 2015 from Ingrid Young and Cathy Smoke. I require all records in the above time frame (if other than emails) related to any mention of my name, brent woods or my email brent.a.woods@gmail.com or related to me in any way whatsoever. I require all records, including emails for anybody copied in or involved in subsequent conversation related in any way to the name brent woods or the email brent.a.woods@gmail.com in the time frame listed above, October 7, 2013 to Sunday, September 6th, 2015, as it relates to those records from Ingrid Young and Cathy Smoke.

Thank you.

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 4:51 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

Yah i’m calling in the one person I can ask one favor from in this lifetime.

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 4:54 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

I’m sorry, Brent, you did not answer my question.

Are you saying you will not be paying for the installment you requested?

Please advise. Thank you.

Michelle

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 4:58 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

I’m saying I wouldnt pay a dime for that crap.

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
cc: “Allison G. Gordon”
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:09 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Please be advised:

44-14-040
Processing of public records requests—General.

(1) Providing “fullest assistance.” The (name of agency) is charged by statute with adopting rules which provide for how it will “provide full access to public records,” “protect records from damage or disorganization,” “prevent excessive interference with other essential functions of the agency,” provide “fullest assistance” to requestors, and provide the “most timely possible action” on public records requests. The public records officer or designee will process requests in the order allowing the most requests to be processed in the most efficient manner.

(2) Acknowledging receipt of request. Within five business days of receipt of the request, the public records officer will do one or more of the following:

(a) Make the records available for inspection or copying;

(b) If copies are requested and payment of a deposit for the copies, if any, is made or terms of payment are agreed upon, send the copies to the requestor;

(c) Provide a reasonable estimate of when records will be available; or

(d) If the request is unclear or does not sufficiently identify the requested records, request clarification from the requestor. Such clarification may be requested and provided by telephone. The public records officer or designee may revise the estimate of when records will be available; or

(e) Deny the request.

(3) Consequences of failure to respond. If the (name of agency) does not respond in writing within five business days of receipt of the request for disclosure, the requestor should consider contacting the public records officer to determine the reason for the failure to respond.

(4) Protecting rights of others. In the event that the requested records contain information that may affect rights of others and may be exempt from disclosure, the public records officer may, prior to providing the records, give notice to such others whose rights may be affected by the disclosure. Such notice should be given so as to make it possible for those other persons to contact the requestor and ask him or her to revise the request, or, if necessary, seek an order from a court to prevent or limit the disclosure. The notice to the affected persons will include a copy of the request.

(5) Records exempt from disclosure. Some records are exempt from disclosure, in whole or in part. If the (name of agency) believes that a record is exempt from disclosure and should be withheld, the public records officer will state the specific exemption and provide a brief explanation of why the record or a portion of the record is being withheld. If only a portion of a record is exempt from disclosure, but the remainder is not exempt, the public records officer will redact the exempt portions, provide the nonexempt portions, and indicate to the requestor why portions of the record are being redacted.

(6) Inspection of records.

(a) Consistent with other demands, the (name of agency) shall promptly provide space to inspect public records. No member of the public may remove a document from the viewing area or disassemble or alter any document. The requestor shall indicate which documents he or she wishes the agency to copy.

(b) The requestor must claim or review the assembled records within thirty days of the (name of agency’s) notification to him or her that the records are available for inspection or copying. The agency will notify the requestor in writing of this requirement and inform the requestor that he or she should contact the agency to make arrangements to claim or review the records. If the requestor or a representative of the requestor fails to claim or review the records within the thirty-day period or make other arrangements, the (name of agency) may close the request and refile the assembled records. Other public records requests can be processed ahead of a subsequent request by the same person for the same or almost identical records, which can be processed as a new request.

(7) Providing copies of records. After inspection is complete, the public records officer or designee shall make the requested copies or arrange for copying.

(8) Providing records in installments. When the request is for a large number of records, the public records officer or designee will provide access for inspection and copying in installments, if he or she reasonably determines that it would be practical to provide the records in that way. If, within thirty days, the requestor fails to inspect the entire set of records or one or more of the installments, the public records officer or designee may stop searching for the remaining records and close the request.

(9) Completion of inspection. When the inspection of the requested records is complete and all requested copies are provided, the public records officer or designee will indicate that the (name of agency) has completed a diligent search for the requested records and made any located nonexempt records available for inspection.

(10) Closing withdrawn or abandoned request. When the requestor either withdraws the request or fails to fulfill his or her obligations to inspect the records or pay the deposit or final payment for the requested copies, the public records officer will close the request and indicate to the requestor that the (name of agency) has closed the request.

Per your notification to us below that you will not be paying for the installment you requested pertaining to W000312-090815 the City of Redmond will consider your request closed within 30 days of receipt of this correspondence, Monday, October 26, 2015. The City will not continue to process the remainder of your request until such time as you claim Installment No.1.

Thank you.

Michelle Hart

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:19 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

How much do I owe you for that crap?

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:20 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

That’s the biggest pack of lies I have ever seen in my life.

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:22 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Brent,

I have sent you the invoice twice. I am resending it here.

Good night.

Michelle Hart

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:28 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

that’s the most expensive turd I have ever seen in my life, but I’ll pay you for it to keep it alive as I just called in for a favor.

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
cc: “Allison G. Gordon”
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:30 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

It’s the cost of mailing, Brent, per the City’s fee schedule, and the cost of the media that the records are placed on. You are welcomed to pick this up if you do not wish to pay for the cost of mailing. That is your choice.

Michelle

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:35 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

I should come over there and pick it up. I should come hold a sign over there. I probably will in due time.

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:42 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

that’s the same invoice number you sent in prior. That’s a completely different public records request, one that is in the mail now.

What is the appropriate invoice number? I’ll be glad to keep this one alive and make the City of Redmond eat crow.

brent woods

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:44 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

I have no idea what you are talking about. You now have 1 open request from the recent batch of requests you placed with the City. Aside of the ones the attorney is still processing for you… I have completed all of your recent requests with the exception of the one in which you requested Installment No. 1, of which the invoice is applicable to. Please render payment so that we may continue to process your request. Thank you.

Michelle

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:48 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

I have rendered (or in the mail) W000-090815 for $3.49
You just sent me an invoice for the same.
This is under separate email, specific to the request.
You need to provide the appropriate invoice for that crap you are charging me for.
What’s the invoice number?

What’s the charge? I can’t pay you with the same invoice numbers obviously.

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
cc: “Allison G. Gordon”
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:50 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

There is only one invoice, Brent. It is for the only open request that you currently have in with my office from this last batch requests. I can’t continue to process that request without your payment and pick up of the installment. The reference no is on the request.

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: Michelle Hart
to: B Woods
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:54 PM
subject: RE: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: redmond.gov

Brent,

Are you okay?

I feel badly that you are having such difficulty. I wish the City could produce records for you in response to your request, but if they don’t exist, they don’t exist. The City can’t make records appear that never existed. The City can’t make records reappear that have been destroyed from years and years ago. And I can’t continue to explain processes to you that you do not listen to/want to hear – 1. The Police Department tracks their owns requests; always have. 2. Destruction logs are best practice and are not a requirement of RCW 42.56. The Prosecutor’s Office started keeping them in 2014. I am sorry you do not like the answer.

We can keep doing this as long as you like, and the City will continue to produce under RCW 42.56, records that actually exist. We easily have over a 1000 emails from you/on your requests since December of last year. We have processed a multitude of requests for you (and will continue to process them if and when you submit them). There is simply no way to produce records that you believe should be in the keeping of the City, that simply just don’t exist (retention-wise, or that they were never created in the first place.) Is there nothing we can do to address you and your concerns?

Please, have a good evening.

Michelle Hart

Michelle M. Hart, MMC

City Clerk

425.556.2190 (ph)

425.556.2198 (fx)

mhart@redmond.gov

Visit the City’s website at www.redmond.gov

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:57 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

That’s from a Ms. Ingrid Young’s emails. some 400 plus emails.
That has nothing to do with this request whatsoever.

That check is already in the mail. Maybe you are starting to understand that I am not willing to pay for crap. I am willing to pay for crap if it pertains to the destruction of evidence prior to retention dates as it relates to the Prosecutor’s Office, a Class C Felony. I’ll pay a lot more money than $3.49 and you better believe it.

from: B Woods
to: Michelle Hart
date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 5:58 PM
subject: Re: Public Records Request September 23 2015 – Destruction Logs – Prosecutors Office
mailed-by: gmail.com

Are you complicit in the crimes of the City of Redmond?

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