Again, we have a standard in America, at least it used to be, and probably should still be. But leave it to this site to right a wrong and to hold those accountable to the standard of the law, the Bill of Rights.
The NDA or Non Disclosure Agreement was not only in violation of the Public Records Act RCW 42.56 but it should be illegal just as you will see below. There is a standard and it’s called a warrant, you know the 4th Amendment. While this is related to the 4th Amendment, it is really more closely associated with the public’s right to know, not necessarily the 4th Amendment per se. But we will be examining if the 4th Amendment was violated at a future time. For now we can only piece meal it and unravel it, and right a wrong, one wrong at a time.
This was wrong. The entire Non Disclosure Agreement was so wrong, in fact, so wrong, it just epitomizes bad government.
The fight for justice doesn’t end here. The fight for justice is tooth and nails and to the end.
From darkness into light. You know it wouldn’t matter if the last 4 ATG’s weren’t such fascist twerps that circumvented and gutted and disgraced the 4th Amendment or skirted the law after 911 to Fast n Furious or Hillary’s email scandals and worse, the fact remains the same, the Bill of Rights still is the law of the land. This NDA or Non Disclosure Agreement is shameful and any and all who signed it should be fired and any that got the contract to the extent of a waiver of the competitive bid process should be removed from the ability to ever do business with We The People ever again.
from: Anderson, Lisa <email@example.com> to: Gold Bar Reporter <GoldBarReporter@comcast.net>,
B Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>date: Mon, Mar 13, 2017 at 4:38 PM
subject: Public Disclosure Request 17-11814 Gold Bar Reporter and 17-11813 Woods
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: Important mainly because of the people in the conversation.
Dear Ms. Block and Mr. Woods,
As you know, your public disclosure request seeks more documents than the non-disclosure agreement. We are in the process of responding to your complete request and we intended release the unredacted non-disclosure agreement with a group of documents which we consider the 2016 public disclosure request. However, we are attaching that single document to this email. We do not normally piece meal our responses but we are doing so in this instance because I understand you have a particular interest in this one document. We will continue to produce records responsive to your request in the manner as previously indicated. It is still anticipated additional responsive records or next installment will be available by March 17, 2017.
Public Disclosure Assistant
City Clerk’s Office
733 Market Street, Room 11
Tacoma, WA 98402
from: B Woods <email@example.com>to: “Anderson, Lisa” <firstname.lastname@example.org> date: Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 6:51 PM
subject: Re: Public Disclosure Request 17-11813 Woods
Thank you for your response.
I reviewed the documents and while I understand that these were for previous responses (to public records requests) I am making note of the full page redactions for NDA (non disclosure agreement) based on these previous requests and I am aware of the financial account numbers and redactions for “intelligence”.
While this may be acceptable as fulfilling this portion of the request, I will be requiring the full NDA when it comes to that portion and any “intelligence” as it relates to the public records request I made. I will be requiring, all public records with no redactions as seen in the NDA or for the waivering of the competitive bid process by Harris Corporation.
But in terms of this portion, it appears to be all there. And I greatly appreciate the public records.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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