After I started exposing Monica Cannon-Grant’s bogus cash cow of a non-profit, Violence In Boston INC, I filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the City of Boston. In particular I wanted to see any checks the City of Boston wrote to MCG, and any emails, texts, or communications between Mayor Marty Walsh and MCG.
Attorney Shawn Williams is Boston’s Director of Public Records.
By law he has 20 days to fulfill my request. On September 15 he acknowledged that he had received the request.
But I never heard back. So I followed up on October 26, since the City of Boston is violating federal law by ignoring me, and Williams got back to me.
Two weeks later and I still haven’t heard back from him. Why is the City of Boston covering for Monica Cannon-Grant? I called and left him a voicemail as well as sending him a follow up email but have yet to hear back. If you’d to email Shawn yourself to ask him why he’s providing cover for MCG, he can be reached at [email protected]
Meanwhile, MCG admitted that she has raised over $1 million for the non-profit, which was never registered with the AGO’s office, and has no accounting whatsoever as to where the money goes.
Just a reminder that this is the racist bigot the City of Boston is violating the law and covering up for.
Anyway, I’ve never had a government body stonewall me like this, so I’m not even quite sure what to do. If anyone knows the appropriate agency I need to contact feel free to send me an email at [email protected], or reach out to me on Facebook at Clarence Woods Emerson.
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