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AUGUST 22, 2014
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IT’S LAWSUIT TIME, BITCHES
HEY KIDS, WHAT TIME IS IT?

Besides being the subjects of Crespogram Report stories, the four upstanding representatives of the Banana Republic of Miami above, now also have something else in common: they are all defendants in two lawsuits that my attorney filed on Monday for refusing to obey the Public Records Law.


Alyce Robertson, the Executive Director of the Downtown Development Authority(DDA), earned the honor after continuing to think that she was cute by refusing to provide me the DDA’s email addresses in an electronic format, no doubt relying on the moronic legal advice of Miami City Attorney Victoria Mendez, who has distinguished herself as being dumber than a 5th grader when it comes to the Public Records Law.


My pal, Commissioner Marc Sarnoff, on the other hand was just being his usual dickish self when he too refused to provide me with the emails addresses that he uses to send out his District newsletter, and Mayor Tomas Regalado and his sidekick Angel “The Idiot Of The City” Zayon are actually back for a second go around in refusing to comply with the public records law, this time for refusing to provide me with the the email addresses they use to send information out to the news media and to his constitutents in the requested electronic format.


Regalado and Zayon were the unnamed defendants in a previous lawsuit I filed in April over their refusal to provide me with an electronic copy of all of the Proclamations, Certificates Of Appreciation and other awards requested and provided by the Mayor’s Office of Protocol for then Commissioner Spence-Jones. 


It was City Attorney Mendez’s moronic claim that “The is no electronic version” of these documents -  which in fact were housed in the Office of Protocol’s computer -  that prompted the lawsuit.


The City eventually conceded Mendez’s claim was untrue when they did indeed provide me with electronic copies of not only Spence-Jones’ Office of Protocol file file, but also the files of all of the other Commissioners and the Mayor.


Both the Mayor and Zayon are now old hands at being deposed over refusing to provide public records, but I’m getting moist with anticipation looking forward to the depositions with my pal the Commissioner, and of course the effervescent Alyce Robertson.


Stay turned because there’s every possibility that additional lawsuits will be filed in the very near future involving more public record shenanigans by the City of Miami


HERE ARE COPIES OF THE LAWSUITS