From: Jeffrey C. Smith
Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2017 11:58 AM
To: TJ Redefer
Subject: Re: Marc Appelbaum Letter of October 23, 2015

Well, the likely fraudulent letter would speak louder than any of those surmised errors of omission.

The audit and authentication process will be actual accountability, as opposed to our speculation of who should have cut thru the police information barricade.
Heck, I can’t even get vehicles’ location from you or the police (or them to ticket vehicles photographed without license plates) despite my requests. Thus please include me in the boat of those who may have made some error of omission.

Respectfully, It’s not an error of omission — it’s police and their allies’ stonewalling and it’s heating up to something really serious with that 10/23/15 letter effort to falsely represent what others knew. I know you can accept this as obvious truth and be on the side of accountability as other inquires come in to you from the Press on this matter.

We are your natural allies - even if some of our supporters voted other ways. The police, Ms. Tush, and Mr. Pires are not allies of accountability so we would welcome your support of our simple goal as emblazoned in our name: Dewey Citizens for Accountability.

Always Respectfully,