Wednesday, April 23, 2014

AUDIO TRANSCRIPT- REDACTED

Here is the transcript of the audio that was redacted, which was posted on the website.

Keep in mind that a board member testified that the audio was not the original.  So as the statements made on the statements state that the original file was posted accidentally since the system is set to automatically post.  So then why was a redacted posted?  You would think we would hear other conversations in the audio by accident since that's what they state.

Don't be fooled by anything that comes from them.. it's all a cover up and a setup, who knows what Dansby wanted to accomplish.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B58nQYNsVgwwQzBTak53ZU9NOUU/edit?usp=sharing

If it gets put down please email ciafwisd@gmail.com and can email u a copy.  all your information is kept confidential.

4 comments :

  1. No Strings AttachedApril 24, 2014 at 5:46 PM

    Okay so why do the board members keep saying that they do not wish for Palazzolo to work with children? This seems to be repeated through out the transcripts. Also, did I read correctly that Dansby asked for the microphones to be amplified? If they all knew that the meeting was a closed session then why even have the microphones amplified

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  2. Because they want him to be out. They would not give him his job back because the settlement said to give him Chapter 21 protection which would make it harder for them to fire him. The microphone questions is the one we all are wondering about, the only time that this has happened and it was by accident. I don't believe that, it was intentional because the transcript is the one that was redacted somehow as sutherland stated and the new one is now being used in the lawsuit.

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  3. No Strings AttachedApril 25, 2014 at 7:22 PM

    Is there any way to see the transcript from the original, not "redacted?" I mean, was it even up long enough for someone to get it?

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  4. This is what we have. The original is in lawyer hands. We need to wait until after the trial.

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