jchambers at cas.org
Wed Feb 28 07:51:47 EST 2001
This sounds like you are asking for the right to make allegations
without accepting the responsibility to produce evidence to support them.
Whatever else the differences between academia and intelligence services may
be, they both have this hangup about evidence. Maybe you could either produce
some to support the allegations, or find a more receptive forum. The evidence
you have brought up so far is a single source who seems to exhibit a great
deal of precocious hindsight. To put it another way, it seems to me that Maj.
Jordan jazzed his story up a bit after the fact.
> I ask myself, why bother, if bafflement is the result. The truth is that
> the two worlds of academia and secret service are as different as chalk and
> cheese. Odd that this is not
> evident .. I wonder why ? I would suggest lack of experience in the
> dogs the first. This is no dishonour. It simply defines the proper
> boundaries and aims of each as separate.
> Leszek Kobiernicki
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