MCSO/CCP Emails Unsealed; Fox News Reporter Revealed
U.S. District Court Judge Murray Snow issued an order Friday denying Sheriff Joe Arpaio's motion for Judge Snow's recusal from the civil contempt proceedings, also unsealing numerous emails between Maricopa County Sheriff's Office detectives, counsel, and confidential informant Dennis Montgomery. Snow set a status hearing for July 20, 2015.
Judge Snow wrote in his order denying the motion to keep under seal:
At a status conference held on May 8, 2015, the Court ordered the parties to keep confidential the files provided to Defendants by Dennis Montgomery to the MCSO on hard drives that were allegedly procured from the United States Central Intelligence Agency without its authorization, at least until the source and veracity of those files could be ascertained. An initial review of the materials had revealed they contained what appeared to be the names, addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers, and financial data of a large number of individuals. Due to the volume of documents, defense counsel indicated that it would be difficult to segregate the so-called “CIA documents” from any work product from the Montgomery matter . Counsel agreed that the materials that warranted the most protection against widespread disclosure were those in the former category that purported to contain bulk personal information of individuals unrelated to this lawsuit. The Court further indicated that the parties were free to examine the latter category of Montgomery documents—e.g. those that were not part of the alleged raw data allegedly taken from the CIA. The documents appended to Plaintiff’s Declaration in Support of their Opposition to the Motion for recusal do not contain the kind of sensitive records that motivated the Court and litigants’ initial prudence with respect to the Montgomery materials. The documents Plaintiffs have requested to keep under seal comprise e-mails between Dennis Montgomery and the agents of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and Maricopa County Sheriff’s Cold Case Posse that were working with him on the investigation testified to by Sheriff Arpaio and Chief Deputy Sheridan during the April show-cause hearings. Other individuals, such as Larry Klayman, are also periodically listed as recipients of these e-mails. The e-mails also appear to use coded names and accounts. Exhibit F is entitled “Arpaio Brief” and consists of a timeline and charts linking the Court to various divisions and officers of the federal and local County government, and law firms, including Plaintiffs’ counsel. Although the timelines include, at times, various IP addresses and phone numbers that are attributed to those individuals/entities, those numbers, at least as they pertain to the Court, are not accurate. The e-mails, charts, and timelines appear to have been prepared by Mr. Montgomery, his attorney, and/or others at the MCSO; these documents are not part of the raw data Mr. Montgomery allegedly took from the CIA
Some email exchanges over the last year, via the plaintiffs' counsel, the first one citing Fox News' Carl Cameron;
Birther Report: For what it's worth, I know with 100% certainty, first hand knowledge, they're not done.
And, the Obama birth certificate published at WhiteHouse.gov is a 100% forgery, as is the Selective Service.