Friday, December 22, 2006

Public Records Request

The USPS verified delivery of my 12/20/06 PRR to the Governor's office on 12/21/06 requesting copies of all my letters to Gov. Bush, including Petitions, and the Governor's replies. I also requested any documents accompanying the referrals to the FDLE and any FDLE replies.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Florida OAG Public Records Request

When I still hadn't received USPS confirmation of delivery yesterday, I filed an email Public Records Request for my closed file with the FL Office of Attorney General. The OAG should forward my request to the State Attorney's Office. The heavy volume of Christmas mail probably slowed delivery.

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Public Records Request

Chief Assistant State Attorney Lewis wrote that his "inquiries" failed
to substantiate any of my claims (remember, this statement is in
response to a Public Records Request). I charged Florida law
enforcement officers with illegal electronic surveillance and provided
the Hon. Steve Meadows with a VHS tape proving my charges. I've
requested a copy of my "closed file" to see if Mr. Lewis pulled the
answers to his inquiries out of thin air or some place else. Once again, Mr. Lewis, did you or didn't you view the videotape? It's a simple question.

CERTIFIED MAIL RECEIPT # 7006 0810 0005 0531 0903


December 16, 2006

State Attorney’s Office
421 Magnolia Avenue,
Panama City, FL 32401,
Attention: Erica Field.
Fax: 850-747-5863

Pursuant to Article I, section 24, of the Florida Constitution, and Chapter 119,
F.S, I am requesting a copy of my entire closed case file, which Mr.Lewis referenced in his letter, dated December 6, 2006. In his letter,dated December 6, 2006, Mr. Lewis wrote: “Dear Mr.Keegan , All inquiries by this office have failed to substantiate any of your claims. Absent any credible evidence this office is closing our file.” I am requesting any and all documents, records,memoranda ,correspondence, Internet emails, and notes and records from any telephonic discussions related to Mr. Lewis’ “inquiries.” I am requesting any and all records andmemoranda regarding the State Attorney Office’s review and findings of the VHS videotape that I submitted as evidence of illegal electronic surveillance by Florida law enforcement. In addition, I am requesting a check of the State Attorney Office’s public contact databases, including Internet email, and requesting printouts of these records, i.e., intake forms, Internet email, and tracking documents for postal correspondence.

I will contact your office within one week to discuss when I may expect fulfillment of my request, and payment of any statutorily prescribed fees. If you have any questions, please contact me. Thank you.

Joe Keegan

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Yes or No

Florida 14th Judicial District Chief Assistant State Attorney Lewis' letter, dated December 6, 2006, disappointed but did not surprise me. I asked him a simple question: Did you view the videotape that you referenced in your letter in response to my Public Records Request? He answered my question by refusing to answer it. Electronic surveillance experts have stated that the audio phenomenon recorded in that videotape is indicative of electronic surveillance. The audio/video devices are mounted on the utility poles servicing the house and grounds and can “bug” anywhere from 20 to 40 square acres. The SAO is aiding and abetting Florida law enforcement in their continuing and on-going cover-up of this egregious violation of a citizen’s most basic rights as guaranteed by both the Florida and US Constitutions. Unaccountability and being “above the law” makes this arrogance possible and truly is the sign of a police state.

Saturday, December 09, 2006

Chief Assistant State Attorney Lewis replies

Yesterday afternoon I received a glassine faced envelope letter, dated 12-6-06 and postmarked 12-07-06 (anniversary of Pearl Harbor), from the office of the Hon. Steve Meadows, FL 14th judicial circuit, signed by Chief Assistant State Attorney William A. Lewis. I've posted a copy of its text below in its entirety.

Dear Mr. Keegan,

All inquiries by this office have failed to substantiate any of your claims. Absent any credible evidence this office is closing our file.

signed, William A. Lewis

First, I didn't make any claims. I filed a simple Public Records Request with the SAO, which the Hon. Steve Meadows ignored until I asked the Hon. Charlie Crist (now Gov. elect Crist) if I should file my PRR with his office.

Secondly, I asked Mr. Lewis a simple question:
Did you view my videotape? Yes or no? Simple enough question for a simple public servant to anwer. However, Mr. Lewis answered my question by not answering it. Again, this was a simple PRR followed by a simple question.

Mr. Jim Ross and possibly Mr. G. Gordon Liddy can verify my credibility, along with two Presidents, one VP, and numerous US congressmen, including former US FL Rep. Joe Scarborough, and US FL Reps. Miller and Boyd.

The following is an open and public question to Mr. Lewis:

Did you view my videotape? You can answer "yes" or you can answer "no." Again, Mr. Lewis, did you view the evidence that I sent to the Hon. Steve Meadows (FL 14th judicial district) since he won't answer. Surely an honorable public servant such as yourself shouldn't have any difficulty answering this simple question?

Monday, December 04, 2006

internal authentication error

When I booted up this morning, the message "internal authentication error" appeared on the screen, so I tried again and had no problem. I've had my share of weird computer messages and unique experiences before, but this is a first. I wonder if it's just a glitch?