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Tallahassee O Exclusive: Citizens Suing Law Enforcement For Illegal Access To D.A.V.I.D. For Harassment Of Citizens In Violating Privacy Rights Under Federal Law

The E-mail below from Patrick Lineberry is bullshit.  A “Backlog”  of requests is not a legitimate excuse to delay compliance with Chapter 119 Of Public Record Access, this is especially true where the actions of the government–i. e., their misuse and mismanagement of the D. A. V. I. D. system–made it necessary for all of these citizens to make such a public records request in the first place.  The Tallahassee O is asking the ACLU to review a lawsuit on our behalf.

The e-mail of Patrick Lineberry is below in which citizens can ask for their public records of D.A.V.I.D. which will show potential illegal access by law enforcement officers because of harassments against citizens being unfairly and illegally targeted.  Citizens can contact (PatrickLineberry@flhsmv.gov) for the public records.  Many citizens that have filed complaints against law enforcement or exposed corrupt government activities should suspect that your private driver’s license information has been illegally accessed by Tallahassee police officers.  Make a public records request with the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles via this e-mail of PatrickLineberry@flhsmv.gov.   The Federal Driver Privacy Protection Act, is a 1994 law that provides for a penalty of $2,500 for each violation if the information was improperly accessed.  We feel it’s clear that most officers have no legitimate reason to ever look up our data as citizens.  Ultimately, it comes down to a violation of our personal privacy.  Police Officers and Government Officials should have their personal information exposed as they are public servants that work for the citizens paid by tax payers dollars.  Citizens on the other hand should not be violated for their personal privacy.  It often isn’t for any legal or legitimate purpose on the part of the police officers accessing the information and it is repeatedly done by people in a position of trust.   Thus, you need to ask the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for a report — known as D.A.V.I.D., for Driving and Vehicle Information Database — on who has accessed your driver’s license information and how many times?   Protect your personal rights and privacy to protect others in the future from being trampled by corrupt law enforcement.  Civil and Constitutional Rights have been repeatedly violated by continued harassments by a group of rogue officers with The Tallahassee Police Department especially as shown under court depositions.


From: Lineberry, Patrick <PatrickLineberry@flhsmv.gov>
To: (Citizen Redacted)
CC: “Crews, Teri” <TeriCrews@flhsmv.gov>, “Taylor, \ Deborah” <DeborahTaylor@flhsmv.gov>
Date: February 12, 2014 9:33:54 PM GMT
Subject: RE: Public Records Requests For D.A.V.I.D.

IronPort: RE: Public Records Requests For D.A.V.I.D.

Hello (Citizen Redacted),

This will acknowledge receipt of your request of 2/12/2014 for public records from the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ Driver And Vehicle Information Database (DAVID).

PLEASE NOTE:  There is a fee for this public record request.  The first 30 minutes are free, but after that, it is $19.08 per hour of research.  Since the news article was published concerning DAVID misuse, we have been inundated with requests.  We currently have a backlog of approximately 50 public record requests.  Your request will be worked in the order if was received.  Also please note,  we are only able to search back four years from the current date.

We will promptly locate the DAVID inquiries sought and notify you when they are available, along with any applicable copying fees and estimated labor costs, if any, authorized by law.  If results are found, we will require a partial payment for the work.  We will provide you with an estimate, once we can estimate how long your request will take.

In lieu of copies, we can arrange for you to inspect the records, subject to proper supervision.

If you have any questions, you may contact us at 850-617-3126/TeriCrews@flhsmv.gov

Patrick Lineberry

Government Analyst-D.A.V.I.D. Liaison

Division of Motorist Services-Data Listing Unit

Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles

2900 Apalachee Parkway, A236, MS 78

Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0500

Phone: 850-617-2660

Fax: 850-617-3926



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