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New Website Preserves Documents from Aguirre, Gwinn Administrations

There is a new website, www.sdcityattorney.com, that preserves documents created by former City Attorney Mike Aguirre. Importantly, this includes his 35 interim reports, which are perhaps the best record of San Diego corruption extant. The website also includes closed session meeting notes, legal opinions, and other significant reports. The new City Attorney, Jan Goldsmith, whose campaign was financed by the interests whose corruption is exposed, has been destroying the Aguirre record, as well as records of Aguirre's predecessor, Casey Gwinn. However, City Clerk Elizabeth Maland is in charge of official documents, and not all have been lost. Activist Katheryn Rhodes requests that the Aguirre/Gwinn documents be restored to the http:www.sandiego.gov/city attorney site. But they will be available at the www.sdcityattorney.com site.

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There is a new website, www.sdcityattorney.com, that preserves documents created by former City Attorney Mike Aguirre. Importantly, this includes his 35 interim reports, which are perhaps the best record of San Diego corruption extant. The website also includes closed session meeting notes, legal opinions, and other significant reports. The new City Attorney, Jan Goldsmith, whose campaign was financed by the interests whose corruption is exposed, has been destroying the Aguirre record, as well as records of Aguirre's predecessor, Casey Gwinn. However, City Clerk Elizabeth Maland is in charge of official documents, and not all have been lost. Activist Katheryn Rhodes requests that the Aguirre/Gwinn documents be restored to the http:www.sandiego.gov/city attorney site. But they will be available at the www.sdcityattorney.com site.

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Katheryn Rhodes is a true friend of San Diego.

Have a look at www.sdcityattorney.com

I thank her for performing yet another public service by hosting these reports so that the past is not swept away.

Dec. 16, 2008

Response to post #1: I agree; Katheryn is a real asset to San Diego. Best, Don Bauder

Dec. 16, 2008

GREAT!!!

Those cockroaches like Goldmith can run but they can't hide, not with Mike's record preserved in perpetuity.

Good for Kathry Rhodes-this is the most upbeat I have been since Mike lost re electio.

Dec. 16, 2008

Response to post #3: Sensing that Mike would lose, and Goldsmith would try to erase the activities of the crooks who backed him financially, I downloaded the interim reports and stored them on a hard drive well before the election. Best, Don Bauder

Dec. 16, 2008

Anybody looking into the possibility that Goldsmith actions re predecessors' records are in violation of Federal Law?

Dec. 19, 2008

Response to post #5: Somebody should look into that. But even if it were found to be a violation, nothing would be done. With Aguirre out of office, law enforcement will not pursue any crimes by the establishment. The DA's office is bought and paid for. The AG's office does little. The US attorney concentrates on immigration matters and looks the other way on white collar crime -- just as the establishment desires. Best, Don Bauder

Dec. 19, 2008

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