October 15, 2015 Court, Surveillance, U.S.
Scott North reports:
A Snohomish County judge was asked Wednesday to determine how far the city of Everett must go in providing public access to surveillance videos of bikini baristas behaving badly.
The city is being sued by Arthur West, of Olympia. A prolific requester of public records around the state, West objects to Everett’s decision to allow him to view the videos at police headquarters while refusing to provide him with copies.
West on Wednesday asked Superior Court Judge George Appel to find that the city has violated the state’s public records act.
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