Here’s an extract from a Sean Holman interview of Rich Coleman, British Columbia’s former Minister of Most Everything Involving Cash.
Rich Coleman flatly says to Mr. Holman that every file in government generates multiple pieces of correspondence.
Now, think back to all those times that researchers and journalists used Freedom of Information to request documents and were told there was nothing.
In the early days of Christy Clark’s administration, Information and Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Denham reported the percentage of replies to FOI requests that stated “no responsive records” had doubled in four years.
As Arte Johson would say, “Very interesting.”
RossK at The Gazetteer reminded us of the Holman video in comments following his piece, A Local Journalist Actually Asks Rich Coleman Why He Helped Shut Down The Integrated Illegal Gaming Enforcement Team.
In view of discussions about Liberal Government’s facilitation of money laundering, it’s worth five minutes to view.
— andyJH (@ajhtweeting) July 11, 2018
Categories: FOI and Documentation