Mr. Porter, Perhaps the following will help in this matter.
On Oct 27, 2014, at 1:39 PM, Jim Porter <email@example.com> wrote:
They have no bond/insurance.
These are copies of the written request from 10-5-14, I used a template and changed the person of interest.
Here’s proof of 4 more government employees operating out of trust.
Please file. Colorado can’t be the only state experiencing this.
October 5, 2014
Colorado Open Records Act Request
1700 Broadway, suite 250
Denver, Colorado 80290
I request a written copy of the current Colorado Oath of Office and accompanying current bond with vendor contact information in place to guarantee fidelity to the public for;
Bennett A. Morris, Montrose County Judge – Division D.
1200 North Grand
Montrose, Colorado 81401
If the public records requested are not in the custody or control of the person to whom the application is made, such person shall forthwith notify the applicant of this fact, in writing if requested by the applicant. In such notification, the person shall state in detail to the best of the person’s knowledge and belief the reason for the absence of the records, and what person then has custody or control of the records.
P.O. Box 531
Ridgway, Colorado 81432
On Monday, October 27, 2014 1:49 PM, Richard Coolidge <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Attached are the responsive documents to your request. Please contact me if you need anything further.
From: Dana Williams
Sent: Monday, October 27, 2014 1:34 PM
To: Richard Coolidge
Subject: FW: C.O.R.A. request fail……
Sent: Monday, October 27, 2014 12:54 PM
To: Dana Williams
Subject: C.O.R.A. request fail……
I mailed 4 separate information requested on 10-5-14 and received a reply 10-27-14 from Mr. Coolidge with no document of reply. Instead, he copied each of my requests and return the copies. One copy has a hand written statement no record exists with no initials or signature. He provided a cover letter stating he found records for the other 3 requests and withheld the records.
I have received hundreds of responses to C.O.R.A. requests over the last 12 years, but nothing unprofessional, as this.
I am request the information before going to law enforcement with my charge of criminal fraud. That has never been important to the Secretary of State in the past.
Your Mr. Coolidge massaged my written request with word changing and spelling differences, which change the purpose of the written request.
Please correct this oversight and return a timely response to this e-address, along with a written hard copy on the Department of State letter head delivered by the u.S. mail.
- O. Box 531
Ridgway, Colorado 81432