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April 25, 2024

Atlanta Public Library served with Federal Grand Jury Subpoena –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On February 26, 2019

Atlanta, IL. (ECWd) –

Something is wrong in the Atlanta Library District.

They will be quick to tell you “nothing to see here” – but when a Federal Grand Jury has subpoenaed records from them, I think we can all recognize that there is something to see there.

A person posted a heavily redacted copy of the Federal Grand Jury Subpoena (see below) on Facebook.

On seeing the unlawful redactions, I requested an unredacted copy from the library under the Freedom of Information Act. They have yet to respond to the FOIA.

We will post the unredacted version when we get a copy, either thru the library’s providing it under FOIA, or when a Judge orders them to provide it – either way, we will get a copy.

Until then, we have no idea which documents the Federal Grand Jury wanted to look at.


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1 Comment
  • ricklynch3269
    Posted at 17:43h, 26 February

    What if any, “Redaction” is allowed under the law when a document is “FOIA” requested, and what remedies are available to make the person/persons, and organization to comply with the FOIA request in a lawful manner. I say if there are lawful remedies, DROP THE HAMMER on them, and make them comply, this Asinine Secrecy has got to Stop, The Taxpayers are the people that fund these governmental agencies, and they are also the voters, who elect these people to REPRESENT them, and not just the interests of just a select few, But First the Voters who sit at home, and say it won’t do any good, are at Fault, they are the votes, that can make the difference. If you keep electing the same people every election, then that is what you will get the same old “BS”. GET OUT AND VOTE!!!!