"UConn corruption" .
Failure to prosecute perpetrators is entirely inconsistent with constitution and international standards. In other states (e.g. Pennsylvania , New York ), public corruption cases are revealed to the general public, in their efforts of building honest government. On the contrary, CT Governor Ned neither resolves nor discloses Baudoin's case. Monopoly leads to impunity; impunity reinforces monopoly. As explained in media " have long dominated the government and come to do whatever they please, granting all kinds of lucrative goodies, jobs, lavish contracts, even bloated lifetime pensions, to cronies. CT public corruption cases are often unprosecuted or unrevealed:
In accordance with Freedom of information Act ( FOIA ) https://portal.ct.gov/FOI and https://www.foia.gov/ , the public members have the right of requesting whatever information about Fabrice Baudoin from Governor's UConn Board is available at this URL: https://publicrecords.uconn.edu/ Illegal behaviors, such as redaction of Fabrice Baudoin's name and concealment of Fabrice Baudoin's criminal evidence, not only undermine the public interest, but also defy against FOIA law. If these people violate FOIA, the public members may give the following form to CT Freedom of information (FOI) commission
Emboldened by CT impunity, under Governor's UConn Board, UConn officials convert "Fabrice Baudoin" into some other words in FOIA request log, whenever the public members type "Fabrice Baudoin" in their FOIA requests. The public members may call "911" and ask a policeperson to record the process of making the FOIA request, as the evidence for the FOI commission.
On Aug. 27, the process of making the FOIA request is in this video
Two days later (on Aug. 29), under Governor's UConn Board, UConn officials published the above FOIA request (with Baudoin's name redacted) at "Investigation Documentation" of this URL.
It is clear that, from the video, the original FOIA request is as follows:
Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, Connecticut General Statutes Section 1-200 et. seq., I am requesting any documentation that could be viewed as 'opinion' and 'decision documentation' regarding
The impunity erodes the legitimacy of the state. Witnesses, who possess Fabrice Baudoin's criminal evidence, may provide it to CT Attorney General's Office and CT Great-Assembly-appointed watchdog agencies, to complement their existing evidence. The disclosure of Fabrice Baudoin's criminal evidence is protected under CT public corruption statutes.
The availability of information to poor people (vulnerable groups) is the cornerstone of democracy. The root cause of CT monopoly and corruption is the invisibility of impunity. CT public corruption law should be modified in such a way that Governor and AGO must expose corruption cases to the average citizens. It is the citizens who can hold government officials accountable to their impunity.