Cops, courts, prosecutors align to promote secrecy – The Day

By Dick Ahles That awful video of a fleeing suspect being shot eight times in the back by a police officer in South Carolina led directly to the officer being charged with murder. But if it had happened in Connecticut Continue reading Cops, courts, prosecutors align to promote secrecy – The Day

FOI Commission orders release of Haberek text messages – The Day

Hartford — The Freedom of Information Commission unanimously ruled in favor of The Day on Wednesday and ordered the town of Stonington to release the remainder of the text messages requested by the newspaper from former First Selectman Ed Haberek’s Continue reading FOI Commission orders release of Haberek text messages – The Day

Hartford Says It Violated State FOI Laws With Stadium Meeting – WNPR

Hartford officials have admitted they violated various aspects of the state’s open meetings law last year when they held a closed-door meeting to discuss proposals to build a new minor league baseball stadium. Last August, the city assembled a panel Continue reading Hartford Says It Violated State FOI Laws With Stadium Meeting – WNPR

Fishbein may reopen case against Wallingford Center Inc. – MyRecordJournal.com

WALLINGFORD — Earlier this month, Town Councilor Craig Fishbein won his Freedom of Information case against Wallingford Center Inc. He is now seeking to re-open the case and have the Freedom of Information Commission impose a fine against WCI. State Continue reading Fishbein may reopen case against Wallingford Center Inc. – MyRecordJournal.com