Iowa Open Records Request – Consolidated – 635 – 887 – CM-X2

MEMORANDUM

From: Michael J. Merritt, USN
Retired/Writer
PO BOX 187
Newton, IA 50208
cipherus.x1@cipherphoenix.us

To: All State of Iowa Government Bodies
All Iowa County Government Bodies
Top 100 Populated Iowa Municipal Government Bodies
IT/IS Provider: Various

Subj: Iowa Open Records Request – Consolidated – 635 – 887 – CM-X2

Ref: 1. Iowa Code Title I State Sovereignty and Management, Chapter 22
Examination of Public Records (Open Records)
2. Iowa Code Title I State Sovereignty and Management, Chapter 23 Public Access
to Government Information (Iowa Public Information Board Act) – Section 23.7 – Filing of complaints with the board.

1. Introduction

During the processing of public record requests submitted to the City of Newton,
IA, from December 2021 – 2023, the City of Newton, IA Mayor Hansen, members of
the City of Newton, IA, City Council
, the City of Newton, IA, Chief of Police
Robert Burdess
, and the City of Newton, IA, Attorney Matthew Brick (“University
of Iowa College of Law, J.D., 2001, With High Distinction, University of Iowa,
B.S., Psychology, 1995, With Honors
” of Brick Gentry P.C. produced evidence of the following directly or indirectly under their leadership:

(1.) Withholding public records spanning multiple years related to criminal
reports of harassment, interstate domestic abuse, and child concealment while
producing evidence inconsistent with the requirements of Iowa Code Chapter 22.

(2.) Misrepresentation of Iowa Code Section 22.7 (10 FEB 2022/10 MAR 2022) while
articulating public records in accordance with Iowa Code Section 22.7(5.) was
Confidential.

(3.) False allegations of criminal conduct with zero evidence and restriction of
access to public accommodations
against a Complainant during Iowa Public
Information Board case 22FC:0071
(Iowa Code Section 708.7(1.)(a.). At the same time, producing evidence of the inclusion of the Chief of Police Robert Burdess in documented communications in a public records response regarding the restriction of access to a public accommodation related to an alleged criminal allegation the City of Newton, IA, failed to present to the Iowa Court during Iowa Public Information Board case 22FC:0071. At the same time, the City of Newton, IA, and the City of Newton, IA, Attorney Matthew Brick denied that Iowa citizen rights protected by Sections 1, 2, 6, 7, 9, and 10 of Article 1 of the Constitution of the State of Iowa regarding the allegation of criminal conduct deployed by the City of Newton, IA, and the City of Newton, IA, Attorney Matthew Brick to restrict access to public accommodations evidence shows they failed to present in an Iowa Court.

(4.) Misrepresentation regarding the existence of multiple public records (Official portraits of Chief of Police Robert Burdess) stored and preserved on the Official City of Newton, IA, municipal web server, including an official photograph showing the City of Newton, IA, deploying the Chief of Police Robert Burdess on what intelligence indicates is a prototype Portable Interceptor Golf Expeditionary Cart – Model 800 (PIG-E-CART-M800). At the same time, the City of Newton, IA, and the City of Newton, IA, Attorney Matthew Brick denied a citizen of Iowa a requested copy of an official photograph of the Chief of Police Robert Burdess. At the same time, the City of Newton, IA, and City of Newton, IA, Attorney Matthew Brick produced evidence of an inconsistent release of public records and evidence of violating their responsibilities in accordance with Iowa Code Chapter 22 (publicly available evidence shows the City of Newton, IA, provided the Newton Daily News a copy of one of these requested public records for a November 2022 article.

(5.) Evidence of gender-based discrimination regarding the City of Newton, IA,
making available requested public records, including a citizen’s name on
requested police reports
, Iowa Code Section 22.7(5.) articulates are public
records.

(6.) Attacking the character (“good faith”/”merit“) of an Iowa public records requester during an Iowa Public Information Board case that was ultimately accepted (Iowa Rules
of the Court Chapter 32:4:4(a.)
).

Legal Disclaimer: This public record request includes personal testimony
supported by the publicly available evidence (cipherphoenix.com), including Iowa
Code and Iowa Rules of the Court references that correlate with the available
evidence. Only the Iowa Court has the authority to pass judgment and determine
the relevance of the evidence of a citizen’s acts as they relate to the Iowa
Code and the Iowa Rules of the Court.

2. Records Requested

(a.) Public records showing the government body’s contracted, identified, or utilized licensed attorney that handles the government body’s legal requirements or evolutions.

(b.) Public records showing any current contractual, agreement, or utilization of legal services provides by Brick Gentry P.C. of 6701 Westown Pkwy # 100, West Des Moines, IA 50266.

(c.) Public records supporting the tax-funded deployment of the Portable Interceptor Golf Expeditionary Cart – Model 800 (PIG-E-CART-M800) (pictured right) by the government body in receipt of this request.

3. Request Guidance

(a.) The originator requests to be informed of any estimated fees in accordance
with Iowa Code Section 22.3 before performing the requested search.

(b.) The desired format of requested data: Thumb drive (at the government body
published rate) or electronically submitted portable document formatted (PDF)
files.

(c.) Distribution of Requested Records: Priority United States Postal Service
(USPS) mail or electronic mail sent to the originator of this request.

(d.) Public Record Status Requests will be sent at Proof of Service Differential
(Proof of Service +20 days) and (Proof of Service +40 days) in accordance with
Iowa Code Section 22.8(4.)(d.). Complaints will be filed with the Iowa Public
Information Board upon evidence of a government body’s alleged failure to adhere
to Iowa Code Chapter 22 at Proof of Service Differential (Proof of Service +51
days) in accordance with Iowa Code Chapter 23.7.

Legal Disclaimer: The included YouTube link does not represent a past, present, or future US or Iowa Code violation. It is a sonic representation of the constitutional spirit of a 20-year retired United States Navy Veteran concerning the evidence of the “Wild West” of law practice in a state that repealed Iowa Code Section 22.6 (Repealed by 2011 Acts, ch 106, §16, 17) while producing evidence of protecting its elected and appointed leaders from criminal penalties due to evidence of public record concealment. At the same time, the Iowa Legislature has produced evidence of damaging citizen rights in accordance with Section 2 of Article 1 of the Constitution of the State of Iowa and specifically access to public records in accordance with Iowa Code Chapter 22.  

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