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Subject: RAIN 1014: Open Records
From: Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 14 Oct 2003 08:17:25 -0400

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Daily Californian
Investigative Reporter Named Daily Cal Alum of the Year
Daily Cal Staff Writer
Friday, October 3, 2003
Seth Rosenfeld was a 25-year-old UC
Berkeley journalism student and Daily
Californian reporter when, in 1981, his editor
first handed him several thousand pages of
FBI documents to sift through.
What he found in those files would pitch him
headlong into an epic legal battle that would
cost the FBI more than $1 million and
eventually reveal the agency's covert attempts
to thwart Berkeley's Free Speech Movement
and topple then-UC President Clark Kerr.

Boston Globe
Dean is asked to release gubernatorial
Documents sealed under 10-year deal
By Sarah Schweitzer, Globe Staff, 10/2/2003
A conservative, Washington-based group formally requested yesterday that Democratic presidential
contender Howard Dean release papers he had accumulated as governor of Vermont, nearly half of
which have been under seal since he left office in January.

Bennington Banner 10/02/03
Watchdogs want Dean's
Associated Press Writer
Washington legal group is
trying to force former Gov.
Howard Dean to open all of
his gubernatorial papers to the
public and vows to go to court
if he continues to refuse.,1413,104~8676~1670668,00.html

Boston Globe
Dean feared a 'Horton' scenario
By Sarah Schweitzer, Globe Staff, 10/9/2003
In the course of negotiating an unprecedented 10-year period for keeping his official papers
confidential, former Vermont governor Howard Dean through his legal counsel explored the possibility
of making the privacy period contingent on whether he was running for president, according to newly
released documents.

The Tennessean 10/03/03
Photographs of police officers are public records, court rules
Associated Press
The photographs of Chattanooga police
officers, who were involved in a case that
led to the death of a suspect they were
trying to restrain, are public records and
should have been released to a local
television station, the Tennessee Court of
Appeals has ruled.

FOI: E-mails should be public
By Christopher Symington, Record-Journal staff
WALLINGFORD — A Freedom of Information Act hearing officer has sided
with a Record-Journal reporter who claimed the Board of Education violated FOI
laws governing e-mails.
The state's Freedom of Information Commission will make an official ruling on
Oct. 22 regarding a complaint filed by reporter Evan Goodenow. However,
Hearing Officer Barbara E. Housen recommended that the full commission rule
that School Superintendent Kenneth V. Henrici's administrative e-mails are public

Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Richmond, Va
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