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Re: [ga] silence in RROR v. PAB - Honesty and Ethics issues for the DNSO
Joe, William and all,
Indeed you are correct Joe. Revisionism can be a bit funny. It can
also backfire on you as well. Honesty is always the best policy. Honesty
is something that the DNSO NC, List admin., Chair and Co-Chair need
to work on a bit. This statement may seem particularly critical, but is, we
believe necessary and quite historically evident.
!Dr. Joe Baptista wrote:
> On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, William X. Walsh wrote:
> > The problem, Mark, isn't from structure, but from a structure that gives more
> > ability to those who seek to disrupt to continue to do so, and tie this
> > assembly up in even more procedural wrangling.
> William .. your now pushing the insanity angle to the max. The disruption
> resulted as a fact and in response to attempts to control the process
> outside the rules of civil proceedure.
> You must try your best to follow the issues more closely - revisionism can
> at times be a bit funny.
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