Judge Stephen McNamee has entered the second order in two days for Rojas v. FAA 3. Yesterday, the Judge ordered Mr. Snow file a declaration regarding his search for chats. Today, he has ordered to see for himself the records that have been withheld.
A ruling has come down for part of Rojas v. FAA 3. This is the one where emails for Shelton Snow suddenly disappeared and then magically reappeared.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona has ORDERED Shelton Snow search his computer for chats and provide a sworn declaration stating whether or not the search revealed any records.
I am taking the time to get the non-FAA emails from our members here in Western Pacific and move away from using my gmail account to communicate and use this NBCFAE.org account. I feel more secure communicating with each of you through this email account.
With that being said, please use this e-mail account to communicate with me on any and all issues or concerns relative our employee association – NBCFAE Western Pacific.
Today we look at the Stacie Graves Declaration. We will simply be posting the Declaration – not actually addressing the arguments until we file our Response.
I, Stacie Graves, declare as follows:
Ms. Graves was unavailable to sign her declaration at the time of filing the Statement of Facts. Her declaration was therefore filed without her signature.