Malecki's Picture

hariette spierings hariette at easynet.co.uk
Sun Sep 29 04:28:06 MDT 1996


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>On 28 Sep 96, Chris Burford <100423.2040 at compuserve.com> wrote:
>>I see that Hans (presumably) has been working in the background, filing
>>the archives in the last few hours, but in the last 24 there were some
>>puzzling communications problems at a time of intense political confusion.
>>
>>3) Jay's important letter "The Stinking book", checking on possible
>>reactions to circulating Bob's picture, was quoted by a number of people
>>but did not appear in the digest. Nor did it appear yesterday in
>>the gopher list of the current file as accessed through the web
>>yesterday. Again if this was a random glitch, it was a random glitch.
>>
>>
>On Fri, 27 Sep 1996, detcom at sprynet.com wrote:
>>I was content to let Proyect do all the work
>>to investigate Malecki's story, but have now
>>decided to help out.  Waking up just now to
>>20+ unwanted Malecki posts has helped me to
>>decide.  Lou, I think I have a picture of
>>Malecki that a friend sent me.  I have been
>>sitting on it wondering what to do.  You
>>know I caught a lot of flak about posting
>>those last pictures, even though it was a
>>joke.  My plan is this, to post the picture
>>I have on this and other lists and in USENET
>>newsgroups and ask everyone if they recognize
>>Malecki from either his service period or
>>his so-called stint in the anti-war movement.
>>
>>However, I would like to know how others would
>>view this.  I will hold off until I get the
>>opinions of the masses and those I trust.  Would
>>this be correct?  I don't really see a problem,
>>Malecki is the author of a book, and claims to
>>have been on television and been public about
>>his activities.  So his image is no secret, right?
>>
>>Jay Miles / Detroit
>>
>>
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>On Fri, 27 Sep 1996, Hans Ehrbar <ehrbar at marx.econ.utah.edu> wrote:
>>
>>This is an extraordinarily bad idea, Jay.
>>I am glad you are asking first.  Please don't do it.
>>
>>Hans.
>>
>I've reposted my message, "The stinking book", as it seems
>to have not reached some people or the archives for some
>reason.  I've gotten some feedback from people who have
>read it, Hans, JJ, Doug and Comrade Tony.  Hans here advises
>not to post Malecki's picture, but doesn't give a reason.
>JJ thinks it will cause people who hate Malecki to have
>sympathy for him, I don't think that's a possibility.
>Malecki has put his own picture on the internet (the one
>I have is different than the one on his page) and others
>like the idea or have no problem with it.  If I don't
>hear any good political reasons for not posting it in the
>next few hours, I will load it up and send it.  -Jay
>



Yeah why not?



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