Boks has refused to respond to many requests for public records over the last year from multiple persons. Many have been submitted by Brad Jensen and two by me about Mason's cats.
Soon I am going to send a letter to the City Attorney about Boks' noncompliance. If that accomplishes nothing, I am going to call my old acquaintance and now State Attorney General Jerry Brown (who will run for governor soon) and send him a letter saying not only did LAAS not comply, but the City Attorney did nothing either. I was Jerry's operations manager during his presidential run in 1992 (for a few weeks until I was fired for managerial incompetence by the campaign manager).
Then, I plan on suing the City after I find out if any financial penalties are involved for the department's (and Boks') non-compliance with these requests. A lawsuit only costs $110.
I am telling you all this just to pique your interest and give Ed notice and time to provide the records I requested.
If Boks and the department can get away with refusing requests, he is free to do what he wants to anyone he wants at the peon level as are we, especially with his personal police force.