so said U.S. District Judge John L. Kane Jr when speaking to the attorney
representing the city of Denver, Colorado for the city's failure to comply
with his order. (All urls were working at the time this posting was sent.
Please note that some are long.)

Denver Post 3/23/00
Marshals seize police files

Rocky Mountain News (CO) 3/23/00
U.S. marshals seize police files

Denver Post 3/24/00
City appeals cop-records seizure

Denver Post 3/25/00
City loses records appeal

Seems the Sheriff of  Columbia County Arkansas also has a problem with open
records requests.
Dallas Morning News 3/26/00
Arkansas sheriff releases records
Reporter arrested after asking about prisoner who attended wedding

Will politicians ever learn that public records mean that they belong to the
public? check out the petulance presented by this Pennsylvania legislator.
Pittsburgh Post Gazette 3/26/00
Stronger open records law faces battle in Legislature

The internet has definitely changed the way we look at things and the way
the law handles information. The following stories are well worth a read
Albuquerque Journal 3/25/00
Subpoenas delivered via e-mail

San Jose Mercury News 3/25/00
Everyone's an online sleuth

Nando Times 3/25/00
Railroad's case against fired employee tests Web privacy boundries,2469,500184659-500245767-5012

Old files turn up.
Toronto Sun 3/26/00
Ex-Nazis plotted '50s coup: Old files

With the end of the Cold War the American military has been downsizing.
Check out this novel re-use of an old military facility.
New York Times 3/26/00
Sunday Magazine: Bunker Mentality

And finally more information on how not  to handle emails that are under
subpoena. I wonder what would have happened if the subpoena had been sent
Washington Post 3/25/00
A glitch grows into a scandal
E-mail problem may dog Gore

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