Outside investigation clears Arizona State Parks Director Sue Black

“The state refused to release records from its investigation, asserting they are subject to the attorney-client privilege.

“State law and the state government personnel code allow for the release of disciplinary records. But the Governor’s Office asked for the investigative findings to be disclosed only by conversation, ensuring that no written record exists that would be subject to disclosure under the Arizona Public Records Law.”


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  1. This State continuously mangles Constitutional, Due Process and Equal Protection law for the purpose justifying actions that are Unconstitutional or a violation of Due Process or Equal Protection.

    This event is the equivalent of denying a sick patient critical vaccines because the vaccines are too healthy for them.

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