This book is about the Michigan Freedom of Information Act, the Child Protection Law, three Court of Appeals Judges, a Circuit Court Judge, and officials at Davison Community Schools.
David E. Bloch
Did Michigan courts act properly in affirming a school district's denial of my request for information under the FOIA and the CPL? Or, did the courts and school district act unlawfully and dishonestly in denying my reqeust? You decide. Did the actions of the court and school district follow the tenets of socialism?
This book is fully supported with actual court documents and transcripts, statutory law, and case law.
Why are the seven Michigan Supreme Court Judges of 1928 great judges and the four Michigan Judges of 2010 terrible judges? In 1928 Chief Judge George Clark and his associate judges protected the individual citizen from abuse of power by the government. These judges were for individual freedom and rights and against government tyranny. In contrast, in 2010, Chief Judge Henry Saad and his associate judges supported the government's abuse of power against an individual by eliminating a citizen's statutory right to freedom of information. These judges were against individual freedom and rights and for government tyranny.