I forgot to post this.
In the latest article in the TP on the crime camera scandal, this comment was made by Active Solutions and Southern Electronics attorney:
But Glad Jones, who represents the plaintiffs, argued that St. Pierre is too central to his case.
"Mr. St. Pierre is at the intersection of all of our causes of action," he said.
That is true. But I would also add that Mark Kurt is just as much of a pivot point as St. Pierre. Kurt was the acting CTO who actually started rediverting cash to Netmethods.
I can't help but wonder where he is during this entire mess. I had reports that he now lives in Colorado and works for CIBER (go figure). I think he, even above St. Pierre, is the critical cornerstone in the crime camera case. St. Pierre never actually worked directly for the city...he was just a contractor and the obvious recipient of Meffert's good ole' boy, no-bid, handouts. But Kurt....Kurt replaced Meffert as CTO and was the sitting CTO who actually redirected money from the existing contract to Netmethods. Kurt was the one that decided to allow the crime camera antennae array to be moved to the top of One Shell Square and put under Netmethods billling cycle.
Where is Kurt in all this? Why hasn't he been deposed?
Kurt may be the wild card in the deck.