Dearborn County Prosecutor
215 W. High St.
Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025
Dearborn County Sheriff
Law Enforcement Center
301 W. High Street
Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025
July 6, 2010
Dear Public Officials:
Pursuant to the Indiana Access to Public Records Act (IC 5-14-3), I would like to obtain a copy of the following public records:
Any and all “records” pertaining to the “investigation” of Daniel Brewington by Detective Mike Kreinhop, and/or the Dearborn County Special Crimes Unit, and/or the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department, and/or the Dearborn County Prosecutor’s Office. “Records” refers to any information regarding the “investigation”, which includes but is not limited to, the dates when the “investigation” commenced and ended, the name(s) of the complainant(s), names of individual(s) contacted and/or interviewed (including lawyers, judges, psychologists, etc…), any documents pertaining to the “investigation”, any timesheets/sign out sheets reporting out of state interviews, etc… “Investigation” refers to all matters pertaining to the complaint that Detective Mike Kreinhop referred to in the following voice mail left for Daniel Brewington on October 8, 2009:
“Mr. Brewington my name is Mike Kreinhop. I’m a detective assigned to the Special Crimes Unit located in Dearborn County, Indiana. And uh, I was calling to see if I could meet with you sometime, uh, concerning um… a complaint that’s been made against you con… on some writings that you have um… made, and uh… I wanted to get your side of the story if you will. And the best way to reach me is on my cell phone that number’s 812-221-0797. Again, that’s area code 812-221-0797. If I’m not available, please leave your name and number that I can reach you or the time I can call you back, and uh… see if you would be available to meet with me. Thank you very much. Bye.”
I understand that if I seek a copy of this record, there may be a copying fee. Please inform me of that cost prior to making the copy. I can be reached at 513-383-3136.
If you choose to deny the request, then you are required to respond in writing and state the statutory exception authorizing the withholding of all or part of the public record and the name and title or position of the person responsible for the denial.
It has been determined that I have abided by all laws in the course of exercising my First Amendment protection of my rights to free speech in my endeavors in advancing political and social views to the public/marketplace. As none of my writings and literary work contains any material that can be considered harassing and/or threatening on any criminal level, I would expect the office of the Dearborn County Prosecutor to pursue the individual(s) that falsely reported or informed the Prosecutor’s office that I was somehow involved in some form of criminal conduct in an attempt to pursue criminal action against me rather than pursuing the appropriate tort action for defamation of character, slander, libel, etc… if the Complainant truly felt that the information was defaming in nature.
If it is determined that the Special Crimes Unit investigation was initiated by Dr. Edward J. Connor Psy D of Erlanger, Kentucky, I request the Dearborn County Prosecutor’s Office to take action against Dr. Edward J. Connor for squandering resources of the federally funded Dearborn County Special Crimes Unit in an attempt to bring harm to a client in retaliation against the client exercising his rights to freedom of speech.
If it is determined that the Special Crimes Unit investigation was initiated by Dearborn Circuit Court Judge James D. Humphrey, or a member of Judge Humphrey’s family, then I would expect Prosecutor Aaron Negangard to contact the Indiana Supreme Court to make them aware of Judge Humphrey’s apparent violations of the Judicial Code of Conduct as Prosecutor Negangard is required to do under Rule 8.3(b) of the Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct as Judge Humphrey continued to serve as Special Judge in my case after the “investigation” began. If Judge Humphrey used the Special Crimes Unit to harass me or retaliate against me for encouraging people to send letters of concern to the advisor, Heidi Humphrey, of the Indiana Supreme Court Ethics and Professionalism Committee who was located in Dearborn County, then I would expect Prosecutor Negangard to contact the appropriate FBI offices regarding color of law violations under Rule 8.3(b) of the Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct. Failure to report the misconduct of a judge or assisting a judge in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation is a violation of Rule 8.4 of the Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct and will be reported as necessary.
Thank you for your assistance with this matter. For more information, please visit www.danhelpskids.com.
cc: Sheriff David Lusby
Prosecutor Aaron Negangard
Dearborn County Commissioners
Dearborn County Attorney
The audio titled “Voice message from Dearborn County Sheriff Candidate Mike Kreinhop” can be heard on www.youtube.com
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