Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik says he is planning to publicly release some documents requested by the House select committee investigating January 6.
Kerik intends to produce “documents which are not privileged” to the committee by the end of next week. He plans to post the requested materials on a public website despite the committee’s preference “to receive documents in a protected electronic form.”
The letter also says Kerik intends to provide a log of documents he believes are protected by various privileges. Kerik insists that Trump has only agreed to waive privilege if Kerik’s cooperation is public.
Heritage’s report failed to include: date stamp / comparison between Now vs 2020, machine use, & rate enforcement mechanism.
No mention of the 2020 drop off boxes, or your auditor’s 29 page report detailing incompetency and corruption under your oversight. https://t.co/fEfbPs1l8r
— Bernard B. Kerik (@BernardKerik) December 24, 2021