OK, not quite, but the implication is that police-state-like activities are going on in administration departments.
The State Police Records Custodian rejected the request saying the policy falls under “standard operating procedures” and is therefore exempt from OPRA under new regulations adopted by the Attorney General, the ACLU said. Give me a break. If there is such a policy it should be public so people will know what to expect. This is like when the State Police refused to release the policy on traffic escorts after it was found to have escorted high-speed luxury cars. This is still America, not a police state and the Christie administration should make that clear. The State Police report to the Attorney General who was appointed by Christie.
Italics are mine.