Subject: Randy Leonard misconduct at public safety//#occupy music festival and culturalaffairsFrom: humanrights <firstname.lastname@example.org>Date: October 13, 2011 3:27:35 PM PDTTo: Yvonne.Deckard@portlandoregon.gov, email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert King <email@example.com>, AllisonMadsen <Allison.Madsen@portlandoregon.gov> city commissioner for public safety randy leonard made very unprofessional comments abouttorture and waterboarding his staff and photographing it to me today when i stopped by commissioner of public safety to talk about the arrests and the condoleezarice protest upcoming. i recommended his staff a discrimination attorney. i was shocked at his lack of professionalism and mentioned it to the receptionist, saying, i can'tbelieve he'd say that on the job. his young male interns who he was joking about seemed to getmy drift when i recommended a discrimination attorney. even as he may claim he is joking, i am a serious human rights activist enquiring about thehuman rights of the occupation and the human rights of the people tortured under condoleezzarice and the the rights of the oregon taxpayers to know how much money will be drained by theanti-torture protest 19 october at the oregon convention center. i want this in writing on his record and i want him to be educated against threatening workers inthe presence of citizens. he was at least highly unprofessional, and at worst deeply disturbing about his sense of humor humiliating his staff in my presence about photographing them engaged in humiliating torturelike abu ghraib. he should cease this kind of joking as it makes the city look complicit with torture in guantanamoand makes our government look imbecilic. sincerely,mary rose lenore eng needless to say his lack of helpfulness was compounded by this agressive violent joking and iwant to get to the bottom of why the police did not use me as a resource to peacefully negotiatewith the protest. the arrest came as the legal observers were asleep at 6am, and this seems a deliberate attackupon them in their weakest state without National Lawyers Guild assistance. i will proceed shortly to tom adams office and need appointments with all levels of citygovernment to make sure we as a city do not have any more mistakes in PR and Tourism. the young people need a cultural center and counseling and arts opportunities and fulfillingchallenging activities. treating them like criminals when they are so poor is a mistake.