Iowa Open Records Request – City of Marshalltown, IA – #002

02 January 2022

MEMORANDUM

From: Michael J. Merritt, USN Retired/Writer
PO BOX 187
Newton, IA 50208
515-446-8993

To: Michael W. Tupper
909 S 2nd Street
Marshalltown, IA 50158
(641)-754-5771

Office of the Attorney General of Iowa
Hoover State Office Building
1305 E. Walnut Street
Des Moines, IA 50319
Phone: 515-281-5164
Fax: 515-281-4209

Office of Auditor of State
Room 111
State Capitol Building
Des Moines, Iowa 50319

Office of Ombudsman
Ola Babcock Miller Building
1112 East Grand
Des Moines, Iowa 50319

Subj: IOWA OPEN RECORDS REQUEST – CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN, IA #002 (23 MAR 2022 – Update)

Ref: 1. Iowa Code Title I State Sovereignty and Management, Chapter 22 Examination of Public Records (Open Records)
2. Marshalltown, Iowa; Freedom of Information Policy
3. Freedom of Information Request – Use of City of Marshalltown, Iowa Information System Assets #001, 02 DEC 2021
4. The Devil Made Me Do It.” Massachusetts Law Updates, 14 Mar. 2016, https://blog.mass.gov/masslawlib/legal-history/the-devil-made-me-do-it/.

1. Introduction

This update to the original request dated 02 JAN 2022 is the final update and product of information acquired through requests made in accordance with Iowa Code Chapter 22 to the Marshalltown, IA Police Department and Newton, IA Police Department. The Marshalltown, IA Police Department is respectfully requested to identify the cost for this information systems search and provide this information to the originator of this request.

Upon the completion of the analysis of all received data from the Marshalltown, IA Police Department, the originator will provide a sworn statement to Detective Tejada with a historical timeline supported by evidence showing Hope United Methodist Church of Marshalltown, IA’s exploitation of the Marshalltown, IA Police Department and the originator of this request. The exploitation of law enforcement that occurred against a private citizen communicating testimony in a public forum of their misconduct.  Testimony communicated in a public forum supported by evidence of their communication/interaction with a citizen of the State of California utilizing allegations of sexual abuse while concealing children in three states.  Ultimately San Diego East County Superior Court documented on 16 SEP 2021 there was no evidence to support allegations of sexual abuse utilized by Claudia J. Bergman to conceal these children from 2017 to the present.

2.  The Form of Spectral Evidence in a Witch Trial

Private citizens nor organizations within this state or republic have the right to manipulate law enforcement to criminalize another citizen’s ethical use of rights protected by the constitutions of the State of Iowa and the United States of America.  Citizens or organizations that produce a false perception of fear or hysteria to criminalize an innocent citizen speaking publicly against their misconduct need to be held accountable to the system of justice they sought to weaponize against those they victimize.

The Salem Witch Trials of 1692-1693 were enabled by a paradigm of justice that permitted the use of spectral evidence to silence the enemies of religion.

“The Court of Oyer and Terminer convened on June 2, 1692, with Chief Magistrate William Stoughton presiding.  A controversial type of evidence allowed in the proceedings was called spectral evidence.  Although impossible to prove, this evidence allowed the accusers to state that an accused’s spirit had appeared to them, and it was accepted based on the Puritan belief that the devil was real.” Reference (4.)

Evidence supports the conclusion Hope United Methodist Church of Marshalltown, IA sought to invoke this paradigm of justice to protect its reputation with the local public, which produces this organization’s annual revenue.

2. Requested Information

(a.) All Marshalltown, IA Police Department end-user electronic mail/attachments transmitted to, received from, or including the names Meghan Schumacker, Meghan R  Schumacker, Meghan R. Schumacker, Meghan Ruth Schumacker, Meghan Ruth,  Meghan Shumaker, Meghan R Shumaker, Meghan R. Shumaker, Meghan Ruth Shumaker, Nancy Smith, Nancy M Smith, Nancy M. Smith, Nancy Mclean Smith, Nan Smith, Nan M Smith, Nan M. Smith, Nan Mclean Smith, Pastor Nan, Pastor Nan Smith, Pastor Nan M Smith, Pastor Nan M. Smith, Pastor Nan Mclean Smith, Pastor Nancy Smith, Pastor Nancy M Smith, Pastor Nancy M. Smith, Pastor Nancy Mclean Smith, Heecheon Jeon, Dr Heecheon Jeon, Dr. Heecheon Jeon, Rev Dr Heecheon Jeon, Rev. Dr Heecheon Jeon, Rev Dr. Heecheon Jeon, Rev. Dr. Heecheon Jeon, Johannes Moorlach, Johannes H Moorlach, Johannes H. Moorlach, John Moorlach, John H Moorlach, John H. Moorlach, Whitfield & Eddy Law, Whitfield and Eddy Law, Randy Baker, Kathy Baker, Maira Shaumburg, Maira M Shaumburg, Maira M. Shaumburg, Maira Michelle Shaumburg, Alyssa Brown, Michael Merritt, Michael J Merritt, Michael J. Merritt, or Michael James Merritt during 01 JAN 2018 at 0001 Local Time through 23 MAR 2022 at 2359 Local Time. Including information regarding the quantity of electronic mail/attachments meeting the above criteria that the Marshalltown Police Department did not release.

(b.) All Marshalltown Police Department end-user electronic mail/attachments transmitted to, received from, or including the email addresses heecheon.jeon@iaumc.org, nangeske@yahoo.com, hopeumc@adiis.net, meghan.schumacker1211@gmail.com, baker.kathy@windstream.net, baker.randy@windstream.net, moorlach@whitfieldlaw.com during 01 JAN 2018 at 0001 Local Time through 23 MAR 2022 at 2359 Local Time. Including information regarding the quantity of electronic mail/attachments meeting the above criteria that the Marshalltown Police Department did not release.

(c.) The desired format of requested data: Portable Document Format/Thumb drive (at City of Marshalltown published rate).

(d.) The originator of this request is not responsible for any costs generated by the production or organization of this data if the clerical, professional, clerical staff, legal fees, or any other required actions or cost exceed 10 hours or $1000 (whichever comes first) without prior coordination and approval from the originator of this request.

(e.) Distribution of Requested Data: Priority Mail sent to the originator of this request.

Respectfully,

Michael J. Merritt
PO BOX 187
Newton, IA 50208
515-446-8993


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