Connect the Dots

Posted November 1st, 2007 by Joe Kaiser

Dear Rob,

I think it might be time to connect a few dots for you. Maybe doing so helps answer a question or two about this investigation, or maybe not.

And if not, at least readers will find it of interest, I suspect.

So, I’ll begin and end today’s post with this . . .

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In the arena,

Joe Kaiser


6 Responses to: “Connect the Dots”

  1. Loya responds:
    Posted: November 1st, 2007 at 7:43 am

    It is all about the money………….their money…………..even if you have a legal assignment of that money……….it is still THEIR MONEY. Joe, you got them…………………..

  2. DaveD responds:
    Posted: November 1st, 2007 at 10:45 am

    Nice email friends list Sue has!

    Is that a smoking gun I’m seeing/smelling?… or do ALL THE TREASURERS of Washington state routinely rap about mundane stuff like “excess foreclosure money” between themselves? Could it be the begining of a conspiricy? Now there is a string to start tugging on… but I imagine the rest of the email will speak for itself. Do we get to see it?

  3. Brad Crouch responds:
    Posted: November 1st, 2007 at 3:06 pm

    Joe,

    You have to realize that somewhere down the road, someone is going to ask you how you obtained these documents. Not only the one listed in this post, but the ones you published previously (the e-mail messages).

    I worry that when this information hits the courtroom, the opposing counsel will try to get it thrown out on the grounds that it was obtained “improperly”, and therefore inadmissable as evidence.

    Of course, you may have obtained this evidence in a very proper manner . . . such as via the Washington Public Records Act. If this is the case, I simply must say, “YEA TEAM!”

    Brad Crouch

  4. Joe Kaiser responds:
    Posted: November 1st, 2007 at 7:24 pm

    Brad, there’s no funny business going on here. This is all very much pubic record stuff.

    Joe

  5. Drew responds:
    Posted: November 2nd, 2007 at 5:29 am

    Public officials don’t realize what is available to the public. That’s how most newspapers dig up their dirt. Almost all emails are public information if it’s between public officials, you’d think they’d know and use the phone or something…Amen to the freedom of information act.

  6. Gray responds:
    Posted: November 2nd, 2007 at 12:59 pm

    “This is all very much pubic record stuff.”
    Oooh, that’s nasty!
    :D


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