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Today, an opposing version of the story emerged from a source close to NRRC. So in true Johnny Northside fashion of publishing all sides of a story here is the alternate version:
NRRC has been forced to lay off all the staff members (my commentary: presumably due to lack of funds although the source did not state this reason). The board member volunteers have been trying to keep the organization going, but have had some challenges (my commentary: understandably so, going from full and part time staff to no staff and volunteers who likely have their own full time jobs is a major challenge). The volunteer board members have been going through paperwork that is, in some cases, decades old and no longer needed. This is where the shredded documents rumor comes from; documents were shredded because they were old and no longer needed, not because someone did something nefarious.
One computer that was rarely used was sent off to be donated, by some misunderstanding by the last staff member on the last day of employment. This decision was quickly reversed by the board members and the computer was returned the next day. NRRC had a policy to store electronic documents on a web-based server and not on a hard drive, so the computer should not have had any documents on it anyways. ~NRRC volunteer
As always, anyone with additional details, information or commentary should feel free to use the comment section. You know, it's completely anonymous.
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