Re: Worcester Wonderland blogger = Claude Dorman (writing as Will WW) filing false police reports

Claude Dorman, the Worcester Wonderland blogger (Will WW), leaving the Worcester courthouse last month.

Claude (Will WW) filed two (TWO!) reports with the Worcester Police Dept. on Steve, a man he has never met, a man who has never caused Claude any harm, a man for whom Cluade created CRIMES. False, false, false. Here is a portion of Steve’s letter to the attorney general’s office re: Claude Dorman (Will WW) of 38 Sever St., Worcester. I have made some sentences bold.   – R. Tirella:

  1. In the redacted letter of January 9, 2013 shown at M-135 the blogmaster wrote: “I have filed two incident reports with the police.” I believe this is directly related to question of my discharge. I would like copies of any police reports [XXXX] has in their possession regarding this information.

 

  1. In his letter to you, [XXXX] stated: “However, the IT Department did have such documents and provided them once this letter was received and a search was done to ensure all responsive documents were produced.” If I have not been given ALL the IT documents in [XXX]’s possession, I would like [XXXX] to state that in writing. If they have other documents I should be sent copies.

 

  1. Chapter 149 Section 52C contains a loosely written phrase that a personnel file must include “any other documents relating to disciplinary action regarding the employee.”
  2. Unfortunately, the state legislature did not define what “documents’ meant in this context. Nor does the Code of Massachusetts Regulations. I could not find any advisory on the Attorney General’s web site.

The central focus in this matter is my use of the company computer. That was the basis of the decision to discharge me and suspend me. I would therefore like to narrow the focus to those relevant emails can be retrieved at the least expense of time to [XXX]. I would like to request that {XXX] provided the following:

  1. Copies of emails to [XX] and [XX] from the IT department on the investigation.

 

  1. Copies of emails from the IT department to the HR representatives present where I was suspended.

 

  1. Copies of the emails between [XXX] and [XXX] discussing the decision to suspend and terminate me. This are key documents regarding my discharge and ultimately were the records on which the decision was made.

 

I request that [XXX] submit an evidence log, listing all the files above it has, which ones were released, and their grounds for not releasing them

Thank you! I am attaching list of the documents in this letter, in the event you want to send it to [XXX] asking them the documents to me.

Sincerely yours,

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DOCUMENTS THE ATTORNEY GENERAL IS ORDERED TO BE RELEASED BY [XXXXX]  TO STEVEN R. MAHER.

 

  1. Internally produced [XXX] studies, which evaluate the allegations by Mr. Dorman, be they written or electronic.

 

  1. Identify the HR representative who wrote the handwritten notes on M-151 and M-152 and the date they were written.

 

  1. Any police reports [XXX] has in their possession regarding Steven R. Maher.

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