The Almanac News has removed these posts, apparently on the grounds that these posts allege criminal conduct on the part of that employee.
This post makes no such allegation.
The point that has been raised on another discussion thread which is now locked is why Buckheit's case hasn't broken open despite the sophisticated forensic capabilities that reside within Atherton.
The conduct of Atherton's police officers is fair game. They are public figures. Their actions can have a tremendous impact on the lives of Atherton's residents. Questioning their conduct is fair game.
If Atherton can't trust its own computer forensics expert, it should turn the matter over to one of the many forensic experts who operate in private practice.
If Atherton can't trust its own computer forensics expert to get to the bottom of this matter, then it should ask just why such is the case and it should take corrective action.
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