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County Attorney Does Not Want (Drug War) Debate Recorded!

(Publisher: A posting from Marc J. Victor's website promoting the Drug War Debate)
Tuesday, August 30, 2011 County Attorney Does Not Want Debate Recorded!
An email was sent to both County Attorney Bill Montgomery and Attorney Marc Victor asking that the debate be recorded. Marc Victor welcomed the idea of recording the debate, but County Attorney Bill Montgomery does not want the debate recorded. If he is so sure of his position, why would he not want his words recorded? His "excuse" is in the email below:
Subject: Marijuana Debate
I have had a request that the debate be recorded in order to be posted
on the internet for those not able to attend the debate during the day.
I was not sure how you both felt about that.  Let me know what you
think.  Thank you both again for your willingness to come and debate at
our school.  It is looking like we should have a pretty good turnout.
From: "Marc Victor"
Subject: RE: Marijuana Debate
Fine with me.
Subject: RE: Marijuana Debate
Mr. Montgomery has requested that the debate not be recorded to ensure that his views on this subject are not used in any way regarding pending litigation the county is involved with.  Thank you

Mike Wasdin
Law Firm Marketing Manager
Law Office of Marc J. Victor, P.C.
3920 S. Alma School Rd. Ste. 5, Chandler, AZ 85248
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3 Comments in Response to

Comment by Mike Wasdin
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 If his position was so solid, why is he afraid to have it recorded?

Comment by Ernest Hancock
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Blah Blah Blah... this "recording of the event" issue is just a method of getting out of getting his ass kicked.... IMNSHO

Comment by Powell Gammill
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It is a public debate at a public of course the hosting public institution will ban recording under penalty of death and enforce copyright infringement claims with Youtube should surreptitious recording take place anyhow--because how can you stop it in this day and age.