As many of you know, I filed lawsuit against the University System of Georgia on June 10, 2013. Since then a lot has happened.
USG’s Verified Answers and Defenses
In response to my complaint, the Board of Regents is invoking several defenses from claiming that “no wrongful act [was] committed” to the doctrine of “sovereign immunity.” I doubt that any of their defenses will hold up, but my guess is that this is an attempt to throw everything they can at us to see what sticks. Also, the BOR claims that my allegations and requests are now “moot” because — after I was forced to file a lawsuit — they “produced all responsive documents within [their] possession custody, and control.”
If you’ll remember, I wrote several blog posts that highlighted how business is conducted among top officials at the USG following their response to my complaint, which included open records that had not yet been produced. It also raised more questions regarding Georgia Perimeter College’s budget deficit.