Kimball officials say the findings of private investigators hired to probe allegations that a police officer was engaging in racial profiling were never meant for public release.More here.
They want the Nebraska Supreme Court to overturn the ruling that made those documents public, including documents they argue were never in the city's possession.
The court will hear arguments in the case Friday.
Wednesday, April 01, 2009
Neb. Supreme Court to decide if investigative report is public
The report in question stems from an investigation Mayor Greg Robinson initiated in order to determine if law enforcement was targeting Hispanic people for arrest. He hired an attorney who then hired two investigators. A report was prepared for the attorney but not for Robinson, The Beatrice (Neb.) Daily Sun reported. Kimball, Neb., officials are arguing that the report shouldn't be public because it is not in their possession.