Selective leaking is self-serving
Last updated 10/30/2008 at Noon
I find it reprehensible that in his letter of October 16 Director Griffiths chose to quote selectively from a document which was not a matter of public record. It was a self-serving act and a betrayal of the legitimate expectations of confidentiality of the board and general manager.
The document itself says unequivocally that he must pay the money back. That is not the focus of my comments here.
Before he included segments of that document in his letter, it was not public; his disclosure made it so and opened it up to a public information request. A reading of the entire document tells t...