The errors and lies in the Miller memo are too many to address (they even spelled my name wrong), but I wanted to point out a few things.
I never tried filing an IA complaint and I never used an alias with police. I have this forum user name and others which could be considered aliases, but none were used to file an IA complaint. I did submit an auto burglary complaint, signed with my name not an alias, for my stolen-by-cops video camera and notebook. I believe then-Lt. now deputy Chief Miller was referring to an out-of-state phone caller, a member of OCDO who took a strong personal interest in this case.
To that OCDO member: Did you give your name to Tom Miller when you called? Your phone number?
These memos show the disdain they have for open carriers, the disdain they have for the law, the disdain they have for recording, and the disdain they have for the truth. Please be careful.
The chief's memo kind of said, "Everybody calm down, open carry is legal," but it also shows he wanted to prohibit firearms in the building.
FYI item #1 in my request was for the phone records of calls to the head of security at my employer, a retired Sparks PD commander who, together with his boss, also a retired Utah cop, harassed me at work two days after my second trial. They said someone saw me carrying a gun "in the building" at work. I just sat there poker-faced while the Utah cop lied his ass off, eventually got frustrated with me, and assaulted me. The former SPD commander, when confronted later, admitted SPD called him but said he "forgot" who it was exactly, "somebody in administration." So I didn't get the phone records of who called the former SPD commander, but Tom Miller's memo suggests it was him.