U.S. CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION HOLDING UP THE SANTA ROSA REPORT FOR 2 YEARS! WHY?

In February 1998, the United States Civil Rights Commission held public hearings in Santa Rosa.  Many individuals testified about police brutality, the kidnapping and abuse of children, the "legal" kidnapping of a child via court decisions, home invasions, and the death of an Asian American at the hands of the police in Rohnert Park.  Within six months after the February 1998 hearings, the report of the commission was to be issued.  THE REPORT HAS STILL NOT BEEN MADE PUBLIC.  The Santa Rosa Press Democrat through Lori Davis, reporter has filed a Freedom of Information Request to obtain the report.  WHY ISN'T THE REPORT PUBLIC? 

The United States Civil Rights Commission voted unanimously to conduct a hearing in Santa Rosa, California in response to a very high number, per capita, of deaths involving the local law enforcement agencies. The panel wanted to learn more about the region's  unusual number of "critical incidents", i.e. deaths.  WHO IS HIDING WHAT HERE?  WILL HEADS ROLL WHEN THE REPORT HITS THE PRESS?  STAY TUNED!