The “Discussion and Subsequent Vote” language, listed as item I on the agenda, actually referred to potential actions concerning items II, III and IV on the agenda, he said.
In addition to reviewing suggestions for improving openness and transparency, the other agenda items were to include a review of security at Pardon and Parole Board meetings and “breaking any tie votes from August 2012 Pardon and Parole Board Meeting.”
The agenda didn't say what tie votes were to be considered.
Prater declined to comment on Tuesday's canceled meeting agenda.
He previously criticized board members for bringing inmates up for early release consideration under “an obscure, recurring agenda item” labeled “docket modifications.”
Prater said that item gave “no notice to the public” of what business the board would be conducting.
Prater said his criminal investigation of the board is continuing.
Jenks said the Pardon and Parole Board's special meeting likely will be rescheduled for Friday.View the Pardon and Parole Board's cancelation notice for...