The Connecticut Department of Domestic Spying?
With all that happened in the Rowlandgate scandals an ethics commission was established in Connecticut. Former Governor John G. Rowland was not an isolated criminal. I believe the current Governor M. Jodi Rell knows of criminal activity, racketeering, and the obstruction of justice, but is just keeping quiet about it.
Many believe that the Department of Administrative Services in Connecticut is a mainly a covert domestic spying unit that allegedly hacks into computers and websites, worldwide.
Lodge complaints against police, judges, prosecutors, or other important people in Connecticut and their associates, and you can find yourself under surveillance.
In the report on Connecticut State Police Internal Affairs missteps, if was known that those that lodged complaints were just nuisances to be dealt with by discrediting and arresting them. It makes the Connecticut State Police sound like a well dressed group of armed thugs, no better than any street gang, does it not?
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Rell Fills State Police Internal Affairs Post
December 17, 2006
HARTFORD -- Gov. M. Jodi Rell on Saturday appointed State Administrative Services Commissioner Linda Yelmini to lead the Department of Public Safety's troubled internal affairs division.
The appointment comes after a 13-month investigation by Connecticut and New York officials that found a slew of problems in the handling of complaints against the state police.
They found incomplete, inadequate investigations of complaints accusing state police personnel of bribery, drug use, drunken driving, association with drug dealers and prostitutes, sexual assault, falsified overtime, assault of a motorist and improper drunken-driving arrests.
Yelmini will be given the title of deputy commissioner of internal affairs, the governor's office said.
Yelmini has served as head of the Department of Administrative Services since December 2004. She had previously served as the state's director of labor relations at the Office of Policy and Management.
On Friday, Rell announced a special commission to oversee reforms in the unit.
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