Re: more on New Haven Register

From: Christine
Sent on: Friday, July 16, 2010 12:06 PM
there are?2 separate articles in the register, the one you read with the 2 comments
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and this one with many more comments, including the one Wendy was referring to
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also these
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I think that's it, right Wendy? Thank you so much for finding all these and keeping us posted, Great work!
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On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 11:30 AM, Joel Marks <[address removed]> wrote:
OK, I see "Exposing the Truth" now. That's a quotation from the Mercy for Animals Website. Good ol' Eitan Fischer is working with them this summer. Maybe he sent it in. -- Joel


From: Joel Marks <[address removed]>
To: Wendy <[address removed]>
Cc: Ian Smith <[address removed]>; Christine K <[address removed]>
Sent: Fri, July 16,[masked]:22:46 AM
Subject: Re: New Haven Register

Dear Wendy,
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You are a veritable fount of useful information! Beware this particular letter-writer, however: He is a difficult personality to deal with. I will say no more about that. Meanwhile, the Register continues to have a kooky Website. Your link below does not even give the name of the author; but if you go to the letter from the "Opinion" link on the homepage, the author's name is visible. Also,?many of the Register links take you to headlines that have a gratuitous question mark at the end, as does yours below, but, again, not the one?from the link at the homepage.
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? Meanwhile, I don't see any comment written by "Exposing the Truth." There is an excellent one from Stephen R. Kaufman, M.D., however. He is with the Medical Research Modernization Committee, which I hadn't heard of. Just taking a quick look at their Website now, I'd say they are a kind of international PCRM.
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?Keep 'em, coming! Thanks?-- Joel


From: Wendy <[address removed]>
To: Ian Smith <[address removed]>; Christine K <[address removed]>; Joel <[address removed]>
Sent: Fri, July 16,[masked]:47:28 AM
Subject: New Haven Register

http://www.newhavenregister.com/articles/2010/07/16/opinion/aanimal_research071610.txt







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