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One of the unresolved issues in the Don Davis DWI case is what happened to the paperwork the Plainfield Police Division says it faxed to the Scotch Plains prosecutor.
Here is an email to me that asks an interesting question --
Dan,Isn't confidence in the fairness and competence of the courts undermined when simple things like faxes go astray? What do you think?
Do you think that U. S. Attorney Chris Christie should be called in to investigate what happened to the paperwork the Plainfield police faxed to the Scotch Plains prosecutor in Councilman Don Davis's DWI case?
Plainfield police officers are fuming that they are made to look like they dropped the ball when they faxed over to Scotch Plains everything they were asked for.
Would Christie be able to find out if someone is pulling political strings to get Scotch Plains to undermine this case?
Why haven't the Scotch Plains judge and prosecutor put this whole thing to rest by disclosing what happened to the faxes?
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