I realize I am about a week late on this comment but I feel it is still pertinent.
The Herald News article from last week discussing Councilor Lund's residency included this statement regarding the Board of Elections Chairman's speculation as to who was responsible for the Lund YouTube video,
"Chapdelaine said he had provided similar information, including Lund’s written voting records, to two men he said came into the elections office last week. Chapdelaine said he believed they were firefighters."
Massachusetts General Law Chapter 66 section 10 provides the statutory guidelines for public records requests, such as Mike Lund's voting records. The MA Supreme Judicial Court ruled that the Custodian of records has no power to inquire of applicants as to use which they intend to make of information to be obtained or motives which prompted them in seeking it.
My thought is that, since it is illegal for the custodian of records to inquire about the intended use, Adam Chapdelaine is walking a fine line by publicly indicating in the Herald News who (he thinks) obtained the records and how the records were used.