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  The Sale of Government Records is Illegal!
The sale of public records is an issue that has become problematic in recent years, as an increasing number of government records from federal, state, and local governments are being sold by private individuals and through online auctions, rather than remaining in the ownership of the public as ordained by law.
The Virginia Public Records Act further forbids the separation of any public record from public ownership and gives the Librarian of Virginia, the State Archivist, or any public official charged with the care of these documents the ability to petition the appropriate judicial authority for its return.
This link provides examples of records required by law to be held by the Commonwealth of Virginia or local government that recently appeared for public auction, but have been returned to the appropriate government agency.
www.lva.lib.va.us /whatwehave/replevin.htm   (347 words)

  
 Illegal Records
Vandaar dat Ill(egal Records) zich nu heeft verdeeld onder 3 categoriën.
Van 2006 naar 2007 is Illegal Records overgestapt naar Digidesign Pro Tools en heeft daarvoor de benodigde materialen aangeschaft.
Al deze mc’s en bands werken al enkele jaartjes tevreden samen onder de naam Illegal Records, en met trots mogen we zeggen dat er dit jaar weer een goede, actieve en ervaren band is bij gekomen, de PIKKATRILLAZ.
www.illegalrecords.nl   (439 words)

  
  Moonshine Music specializes in electronic music and DJ culture.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Illegal Substance intends to change all of that with their addictive, intoxicating beats with a heavy dose of…everything.
Illegal Substance is the party record of 2003.
Illegal Substance tempts a scene where the Kinks “All Day and All of the Night” gets covered by the Hives fronted by rappers being remixed by N.E.R.D. at a warehouse party at 6 in the morning.
www.moonshine.com /moonshine/artists/bio.cfm?artist_ID=44   (598 words)

  
 GIS-based Support Systems for the Reduction of Illegal Dumping
Illegal dumping is discovered in many cases by the reports on grievances from ordinary residents.
Using a GIS, we analyzed the districts in which illegal dumping is apt to occur, through the records of illegal dumping sites discovered in the past and the questionnaires about investigation experience of administrative staff.
Compared to a conventional paper-based recording method, key benefits of the patrol support system are that the PDA displays the current location detected by the GPS and that the aerial photograph is displayed, making it easy to locate the specific dumping point.
gis.esri.com /library/userconf/proc02/pap1172/p1172.htm   (1897 words)

  
 Policy Statement   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
It is illegal for government records to be sold or alienated from public custody unless done in accordance with established, legal retention procedures.
The records shall not be placed in the custody of private individuals or institutions or semiprivate organizations unless authorized by retention schedules.
(c) All records created or received in the performance of a public duty or paid for by public funds by a governing body are deemed to be public property and shall constitute a record of public acts.
www.sos.state.ga.us /archives/how_may_we_help_you/policy_statement   (407 words)

  
 SB534 - Specifies what records of auditor are to be closed   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Records and audit workpapers disclosing the identity of a government whistleblower if the person requested that his or her identity be protected; and
Records or drafts circulated to non-government employees prior to release of the final audit report.
Nothing in this act should be construed to prohibit disclosure of records of illegal activity to prosecutors or peace officers.
www.house.state.mo.us /bills97/BILLS97/SB534.htm   (156 words)

  
 U.S. Senator John McCain
Combined with the federal records, the GAO estimates that only 8.6% of the records of those disqualified from buying a firearm for mental health reasons are accessible on the NICS database.
States have supplied only 97 of those records to NICS which the GAO estimates as representing less than 0.1% of the total records of those with drug records that would deny them a firearm.
Better records mean we would be able to stop far more prohibited buyers from obtaining a gun than we do now.
mccain.senate.gov /index.cfm?fuseaction=Newscenter.ViewPressRelease&Content_id=582   (1037 words)

  
 Allegheny Co. has most illegal dump sites - PittsburghLIVE.com
There are no official statistics on illegal dumps in Pennsylvania, but PA CleanWays plans to survey several more counties over the next few years to raise awareness about the problem.
Illegal dumpers back their vehicles up to a wooded hillside and let gravity do the rest as loads of tires, construction materials or household trash topple down the slope.
"If (illegal dumpers) know you're going to get in their wallet and maybe send them to jail, they say, 'Well, that was 500 bucks, it would be cheaper to go to the landfill,'" said Terri Barnett, Charlotte County's illegal dumping code compliance officer.
pittsburghlive.com /x/tribune-review/trib/pittsburgh/s_394561.html   (997 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Illegally releasing any live fish in state waters is against the law, punishable by up to a $1,000 fine.
But if someone illegally stocks a walleye or other predator fish in a lake managed for trout, the walleye can quickly take over and change the dynamic of the lake, possibly destroying both the walleye and trout fishery.
However, by far the most common fishes that have been illegally introduced are northern pike, which has been illegally dumped 107 times since the agency began keeping records, and the yellow perch at 100 times.
waterandwoods.net /print.php?news.859   (546 words)

  
 Person finding
Social security records are very tightly held, but you can try impersonating the subject and asking for "your" records (highly illegal).
Many of the relevant records (land ownership, leases, etc.) are either explicitly public or not protected at all.
Private records, such as credit records, Equifax (an insurance investigator) files, medical and banking records and so on may all be accessible to various degrees.
www.yarchive.net /security/person_finding.html   (1668 words)

  
 illegal art & Seeland Records -- Various Artists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
This being illegal art's debut recording, and the artists involved being relatively unknown and anonymous, it's safe to say the premise plays the more important role in catching people's attention.
This CD was co -- released by Negativland's Seeland Records, one of the larger profiles in audio copyright mischief.
They are appealing on the levels of humour, cultural politics, and quality electronic sample -- based music, and the only thing crucial to illegal art's success is their continued anonymity.
www.lastsigh.com /reviews/d-beck.htm   (399 words)

  
 News July to December 2004 - Predatory Aliens
Omar Serna-Polanco, 31, a convicted sex offender, was arrested for illegally re-entering the U.S. He was convicted in 1997 of "Sexual Offenses in the third degree," and deported in 1998.
Luis Orellano-Montano, 27, was arrested for illegally re-entering the U.S. and violating the terms of his probation for a Sexual Assault of a Child conviction.
A 31-year-old illegal alien ex-con is in jail on charges he raped his own daughter in an attack so brutal that prosecutors said the girl required multiple stitches.
www.predatoryaliens.com /html/news/news04b.htm   (5047 words)

  
 Dave Kopel & Glenn Reynolds on guns & terrorism on National Review Online
Quite plainly, all this means that (1) records aren't supposed to be kept on legal purchases of firearms, and (2) it's illegal to establish a national gun registration system.
The stated purpose of these records was to audit NICS, to make sure it wasn't being misused (e.g., to ensure that gun dealers were not requesting instant checks on people who were not their customers — for example, in case a gun-store owner started requesting background checks on his daughter's boyfriends).
The NRA sued, arguing that by saying the records had to be destroyed, Congress did not mean they should be destroyed "eventually, when the Attorney General gets around to it." The District of Columbia Court of Appeals, in a 2-1 decision, upheld the 180-day record retention.
www.nationalreview.com /kopel/kopel121701.shtml   (2646 words)

  
 News-Record.com - Greensboro, North Carolina: News: Rule change does not change enrollment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
School administrators say the main reason may be financial; illegal immigrants are charged out-of-state tuition rates, which are significantly higher.
As of last February, five illegal immigrants were enrolled throughout the UNC system, according to Bobby Kanoy, senior associate vice president for academic and student affairs.
Elizabeth Bunting, the UNC system's associate vice president for legal affairs, said the only way she will grant access to the records of any student is if a subpoena is issued.
www.news-record.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050925/NEWSREC0101/509250316   (588 words)

  
 Sue Mingus: Revenge!
I'd passed through the front door of the city's largest record store and was standing outside on the Champs Elysees when three store guards sprang out of nowhere and surrounded me. They were waving walkie talkies and shouting in French to someone inside the store.
I said they were issued by pirate record companies, none of which was in the habit of paying royalites, and that I had no intention of returning them to their bins.
In a gentler tone he declared that a third of the product he was selling fit the category I was condemning, that I had no right to carry off what belonged to a legitimate enterprise, that he was offering the public what the public wanted to buy.
www.mingusmingusmingus.com /SueMingus/revenge.html   (662 words)

  
 Patina/Pinot's Joachim and Christine Splichal Stole From their Employees for Years   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
A then senior labor writer for the Los Angeles Times told me (in the reverse of the normal process) that the Splichals had several prominent labor attorneys as part of their investor pool when it was Pinot Partners.
Employees' time records were "adjusted" at the end of the evening shift, and the person assigned the task (the kitchen manager, the floor manager, or the chef himself) would delete time from the actual hours worked from employees' time-records.
The feds enforce the sanctity of time records and illegal diversion of tip income is handled by the State in my home of California.
www.geocities.com /splichals2002   (3266 words)

  
 Brian James Discography, Biography and Links at Mr Bill's I.R.S. Records Corner
Recordings for other labels, other recordings, solo recordings and guest appearances, may be mentioned in the biography or discography, but details can be found by visiting some of the cool links for BRIAN JAMES, below...
This three-song single (first in the series) was previously released in the UK as a 12" on BJ Records, which was probably Brian's own label and probably (though not indicated) distibuted by Miles Copeland's Faulty/Illegal Records conglomerate...
The first thing one might be fooled into thinking is that the A-side is a new wave or punk cover of the Lynyrd Skynyrd tune.
www.irscorner.com /ijk/bjames.html   (424 words)

  
 Wazmo Nariz Discography, Biography and Links at Mr Bill's I.R.S. Records Corner
The Waz tried to single-handedly bring about the "two-tie-look" and failed (though Mr Bill did try the look few times, but the backwater folks of Norfolk -- where he was stationed at the time -- failed to appreciate fashion trendsetting on their turf).
Their sound was highly melodic and the tunes could even be described as "catchy." Most tunes revolved around a theme of quirky sex, delivered in Wazmo's trademark hiccupy tremelo.
Recordings for other labels, other recordings, solo recordings and guest appearances, may be mentioned in the biography or discography, but details can be found by visiting some of the cool links for WAZMO NARIZ, below...
www.irscorner.com /no/nariz.html   (718 words)

  
 NME.COM - News - ILLEGAL DOWNLOADERS BUY MORE RECORDS!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
According to a poll by digital music research company The Leading Question people who illegally share music files are among the biggest users of legal music downloads.
Record industry body the BPI responded to the research, with spokesperson Matt Philips saying: "It's encouraging that many illegal file-sharers are starting to use legal services, but our concern is that file sharers' expenditure on music overall is down, a fact borne out by study after study.
The study also showed that dedicated MP3 players still rule the roost over mobile phones with built in players, with a third of fans planning to buy a player, compared to just 8% who want to get a phone, although interest in combined technology is growing.
www.nme.com /news/113142.htm   (236 words)

  
 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology
Local court records contain information on adjudications of mental defectives and commitment hearings, but these records are difficult to search because of the decentralized nature of local court systems.
Although some records on illegal aliens are maintained by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), it is impossible to determine exactly how many illegal aliens are in the United States.
The records of the courts are peppered with tragedies in which jealousy or arguments of some kind touch off a murderous rage.
www.saf.org /LawReviews/JacobsAndPotter1.htm   (11715 words)

  
 Michelle Malkin on Lee Malvo on Age & Immigration on National Review Online
According to Immigration and Naturalization Service records, illegal-alien sniper suspect Lee Malvo told Border Patrol agents in Bellingham, Wash., that his birth date was February 18, 1985.
Some newspapers, such as the Orlando Sentinel, have reported that records in Jamaica indicate that a "Lee Boyd Malvo" was indeed born on Feb. 18, 1985, at Queen Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston, Jamaica.
One of the leading allies of the Southern Poverty Law Center in opposing such testing and close scrutiny of illegal aliens claiming to be juveniles is the Northwest Immigrants Rights Project — which Malvo's mother contacted while in INS custody in December 2001, and whose representation succeeded in getting mommy and son sprung.
www.nationalreview.com /comment/comment-malkin103102.asp   (616 words)

  
 Nepalnews.com (newsflash)  Archive August 2004
The Malaysian government’s decision has been a subject of happiness to many illegal Asian workers in Malaysia, who have not had a safe exit to their respective countries due to fear of being caught.
The illegal immigrants leaving the country during the said time will not be punished, the reports citing the notice added.
Saying there were thousands of illegal Nepalis in Malaysia, Dhital said that the embassy had no records of illegal Nepalis.
www.nepalnews.com /archive/2004/nov/nov01/nov_01_news4.php   (349 words)

  
 Pennsylvania State Police Gun Database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The legislature may have permitted the state police to collect the record of sale forms, which the NRA staffers should have guarded against, but that can not be translated into the folding of that information into an electronic database.
In our arguments we continued to advance the theme that it is Act 5 of 1997, and the changes to section 6111 (b) offer strong evidence that the intent of the legislature was to include the state police in the prohibition on the creation of a system of gun registration.
The upside is since Pennsylvania does not have legislation permitting retention of records longer than 72 hours, all records in the state police database as of July 7, 2001 must be destroyed.
www.acslpa.org /register/pennsylvania_state_police_gun_da.htm   (3956 words)

  
 The Squid's Ear
What the Illegal Art Fest is exploring is the illegal use of images or sounds; mostly corporate or at least owned by corporations like record labels, toy companies and other media giants, and how they are being reinterpreted by artists.
At a recent short film showing at Anthology Film Archives, Hosler presented some (very) illegal short films he and the other members of Negativland made for some of their recordings.
While being interviewed during a concert that was part of a protest against nuclear weapons testing outside Las Vegas in 1992, Kasem was asked about the Negativland record, and he wasn't going to take action against the band and that he was against censorship.
www.squidsear.com /cgi-bin/news/newsView.cgi?newsID=36   (970 words)

  
 News Release
The pleas are part of a global settlement which resolves the company and individuals' criminal and administrative liability for their role in the scheme.
Williams said that during those meetings the undercover inspectors were offered illegal rebates and alcoholic beverages by the various representatives in order to induce them to make the purchases.
John G. Holl, director of the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, said the amount of cash offered in the illegal rebates varied, adding that they were based on a percentage of the gross monthly sales of the retailer, which ranged from between two percent to four percent.
www.state.nj.us /lps/p80522b.htm   (785 words)

  
 SAN FRANCISCO / Nonprofit made illegal gifts, records show / Charity contributed to politicians; group denies wrongdoing
A San Francisco nonprofit group that touts its ties to Secretary of State Kevin Shelley, Assemblyman Leland Yee and other well-known politicians made thousands of dollars in illegal campaign donations during the past three years, state and local records show.
State records show that Shelley's campaign did not receive any contributions from the foundation directly, but received $900 from a silk floral business that Yeung used to run, and which used the same address as the nonprofit.
Yee, meanwhile, said his only connection to the group was attending a ribbon-cutting event several years ago, when he was a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/10/31/BAG8D9JIF21.DTL   (1142 words)

  
 Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
This album is not a further trend to their last album "Toxic", but a take-off to develop a new style under a new name.
Although ranging between 142 and 144 bpm, the compositions mediate a symbiosis of tranquillity and sereneness to all dancers and listeners by using harmonic surfaces and light vocal samples.
Illegal Hardware, just as "Silent Sphere's" latest album "Mind Games" underline MIDIJUM 's intension to establish more variety to the trance market.
www.psymag.com /modArticles?ContentID=3937   (178 words)

  
 Psyshop: Exogenic Records: Squaremeat - Illegal Operation (12inch Vinyl)
Illegal Operation is the the second single from P. Kosminen and F. Faggott...
'Illegal Operation' gives a taste of what is to come on the bands next album.
This DJ friendly number is divided into a three part accelerating avalanche of tight beats which will take the dancefloor by storm.
www.psyshop.com /shop/Vinyls/exo/exo1ep210.html   (149 words)

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