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Thursday, May 24, 2018
Seeking Clarification From The New York State Office Of The Attorney General (NYS OAG).
other issue I see are the missing pages from the documents you produced, which
you can determine from the page numbers on the documents themselves.
is not clear to me that you withheld these pages intentionally, and I doubt
that you did, since it is usually the first one or two pages of each document
that are missing.
you please review this response with this issue, and with the two additional
issues in the below note in mind?
you, and my best,
J. Tormey III, Esq.
am detecting two initial problems in today’s NYS OAG FOIL response:
1. 20 pages were produced. You will find
internal reference therein to a “Brochure” or “Brochure Supplement” which
Hector May apparently put on file with one or more regulatory authorities. Yet
I do not find a copy of the “Brochure” or “Brochure Supplement” anywhere in the
produced twenty pages.
2. Also, Hector May and/or Executive
Compensation Planners were once fined US$2,500 by the New York State Insurance
Department for selling five insurance policies from an unlicensed insurer, in
the jurisdiction. Yet I see nothing in the produced 20 pages on that topic
I ask you to please review the findings with these two items in mind? I believe
that there are more responsive records in NYS OAG files.
know that this is my request for clarification and is not an appeal. If I took
an appeal I would clearly indicate same on appeal papers.
be advised that some of the records that respond to your request have been
withheld in their entirety, or portions have been redacted and appear as
blacked out in the documents produced to you. These records, or portions
of records, are exempt from disclosure pursuant to:
Public Officers Law § 87(2)(b), because their disclosure would constitute an
unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
have a right to appeal the foregoing decision. If you elect to do so, you
must appeal in writing, within 30 days, to Kathryn Sheingold, Records Appeals
Officer. Your appeal can be sent by email to Opinions@ag.ny.gov or by mail to State of
New York, Office of the Attorney General, Division of Appeals and Opinions, The
Capitol, Albany, New York 12224. You can reach the Records Appeals
Officer by telephone at (518) 776-2009.