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Re: Getting into trouble?

Aug 19, 1997 09:48 AM
by M K Ramadoss

This is a second response to your quick reply.

I never intended that anyone -- *you* or any body else -- should get into
any trouble with anyone. If any one gave you any trouble, I am very sorry to
hear about it. But I suggest that you ask them what is their problem. Are
they afraid of any true facts?

But at the same time, anyone should not be afraid of looking into any facts
that can be documented and substantiated. I am just using a very simple
common sense approach.

If any of my responses (or any body else's) got you into any trouble with
anyone -- however high or low -- let us know. Myself and everyone on this
list will stand up for you for what you thought was right and acted on that
basis and back you up in public here.

Those of us who are searching for truth, should not be afraid of truth even
if truth sometimes surprises or is unpalatable or even ugly. Truth will
stand on its own and does not need any supporters or marketers.


At 10:01 AM 8/19/97 -0400, you wrote:
> wrote:
>> Any further progress that Gomes had made?
>	This is the third time I have written this reply. I had gone into more
>detail, but the more detail I put in, the more trouble it will cause.
>The shortest version is: I have been going to various people in the TS
>whom I respect for information based on issues brought up in this list.
>Somebody has been distorting what I have written, and spreading it
>around, attributing things to these people that they have never said.
>	If someone misquotes me directly, I have my originals. If someone
>misquotes an authority whom I quote, they have to go to me to get my
>originals. I will no longer put anybody I like and respect in a position
>of having to defend themselves based on something that I am reported to
>have said. Period.
>	Bart Lidofsky

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