My Request for My Computer-Generated 1961 Birth Index Request
—– Original Message —–
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2010 9:41 PM
Subject: Re: My Order
On what date do you claim that I made a request for the computerized printout of the 1961 birth index, which I supposedly abandoned?
Show me a copy of the request I made for that item and the date I made that request.
I will note that my request for the ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN BIRTH INDEX FOR 1961 – which is required to be retained permanently and which Alfred Itamura is supposed to be investigating your office for possibly illegally destroying – is a request for something different. You never filled that request. You said the best I could get was a computerized printout for $98.75.
So show me the request I made for a computerized printout, complete with the date it arrived in your office.
Your Notice to Requester was a response to something else I asked for, not what I ever asked for. It was kind of you to let me know that I could make a request for the computerized printout – which your office is required by law to disclose whether or not there is an “offer” for it.
So now show me when I made that request you said I could make and which your office can (and therefore MUST, as per UIPA) fulfill.