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Subject:     "tender hearts"
Sent:        10/18  1:04 AM
Received:    10/18  1:05 AM
From:        Jamie McCarthy,

Hello again, Mr. Raven.

I just noticed a few minutes ago that your web site now includes a
conversion of a Usenet article by "Yggdrasil":

As you probably know, I responded to this article about a week after it
was written.  It seems disingenuous that you publish the article, but
fail to mention that it uses quotes out of context to change their
meaning, as I made clear with my reply back in March.  Especially
considering that you have accused _me_ of "mischaracterizing" a
quote from _you_ (but have failed to explain what you meant).  If you
feel so strongly about mischaracterized quotations, why do you promote
them at your web site?

In any case, I have converted my response, the same one I posted back
in March 1995, and have put _it_ on the web.  I, of course, have linked
back to your web page with the original article.

I now ask you to aid the process of open discussion by adding a link
from "Yggdrasil"'s article to my response. To do otherwise is to cheat
your readers.

I am also sending this email to Bradley Smith, whose organization, the
Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust, will surely be in favor of
such cross-linking. I am also sending this email to Ernst Zuendel, with
whom Nizkor has been discussing the possibility of such cross-links.

A response is requested.

Thank you.

Jamie McCarthy

Subject:     (none)
Sent:        10/18  1:16 AM
Received:    10/18  1:18 AM
From:        Jamie McCarthy,

Oops -- I forgot to mention the URL of my response.


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