From John Bambenek of Ravings of John C. A. Bambenek:
According to Drudge Report:
American Civil Liberties Union has been shredding documents over repeated objections of its records manager and in conflict with longstanding policies on preservation, disposal of records… Developing…
Lawyers have the strictest document retention policy around. They keep everything. Yet here we are with the ACLU destroying documents. Andersen did this to hide what they did with Enron and they were annihilated as a corporation (despite having their conviction ultimately overturned). What does the ACLU have to hide? This could be a bogus lead from Drudge, but if not it is explosive. Is the ACLU under criminal investigation and is worried that documents normally protected by attorney-client privilege would be taken? Do the documents show that the ACLU has been taking funds or shuffling funds to organizations it shouldn’t be?
There is no honest reason to be destroying documents for a law firm, something is amiss…Powered by Sidelines