Subject: Go ahead, Gary -- make my day.

From: "Russell D. Hoffman" <>
Subject: Go ahead, Gary -- make my day.
In-Reply-To: <>

Gary, you just go ahead and refer this matter to others at the OC Register, particularly their lawyers, whom I would have thought you had already gotten involved in our correspondence long before we ever met in person, because of your prior libel of me.

Someone besides you at the OC Register must have some common sense and some sense of decency, and must be able to realize that I'm NOT your friend and don't need to be, and never tried to be.  I have just tried to get the truth out to the local populace.  You have insulted me and censored me for personal reasons on your part I can only guess at (if I cared to guess at all).  Not because I said or done anything wrong.  So go ahead and send this and ALL OUR PREVIOUS CORRESPONDENCE up the line.

I'm just a citizen demanding equal respect with every other citizen your paper supposedly serves.

So go ahead, Gary, make my day.  I believe in America.  I believe justice will prevail.

Russell Hoffman
Concerned Citizen
Carlsbad, CA

At 04:23 PM 9/12/01 , you wrote:

Mr. Hoffman:
   I politely replied to your e-mail by saying that I was willing to review
any NRC documents that had to do with the vulnerability of SONGS to
jetliner crashes. I included my FAX number to make it easy for your to
transmit the document directly to me..
   Curiously, you decided to respond by launching an unwarranted and
inaccurate attack on my character and intelligence, rather than producing
any NRC documents.
   Enough is enough.
   I asked you quite some time ago to remove my name from your e-mail
distribution list. I'm asking again. If you send me further e-mail, I will
refer the matter to the management of my newspaper so that they can deal
with you.
   Gary Robbins, The Orange County Register,  Sept. 12, 2001

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