Wednesday, May 16, 2007

overdue, again? -- may 14 was return date to reps. conyers & nadler for DoJ civil rights/e.e.o. data. . .


beginning with this post, i
intend to more closely document
the stone-walling on civil-rights
underway at the DoJ. . .

it seems wan kim is overdue with
his answers on e.e.o.-type data
for hiring and promotion inside
the DoJ's civil-rights division.

take a look, by clicking on the
above-letter-image. note that
the return for all written data
is june 1, but the already-extant
documents in the DoJ's possession
were due to the house judiciary
committee on monday past.

2 comments:

Alberto said...

How do you know it's overdue? Are you sure Kim didn't turn over the data?

nolo said...

erh -- good point, there albie.

it is why a question mark appears
in the headline to the story. . .

[nolo points north-ward. . .]

even so, i do think it a fair story.

given that rep. conyers posts
the document dumps to the judiciary
committee website within 24 hours
as a rule -- and none are there -- i'd
say it's fair to assume they weren't
turned over. . .

btw, show me a single thing that
was turned in on time by the DoJ
folk. . .

but i could be wrong, albie.

care to correct me?

i'll credit you, directly.

he he!