One message: "The only downside for us is if message isn’t 'heard' and acted upon and we then become vulnerable for not having reported it, but that can be assessed down the road."
Hopefully they'll be assessing their options in prison.
Fair, where did you read those? I tried to look it up. I could find Washington Post, Seattle Times, USA Today and Boston Globe stories which all referenced that CNN had reported...
I went to CNN and they said, "CNN does not have the purported e-mails. However, the alleged contents were made available to CNN."
So I'd just like to read the emails you read.
Not sure if Fair saw the original emails, but
is a report that "includes" the contents of the emails and timelines. Seems like they did their homework, but as always, who knows without seeing the originals.
The emails indict Paterno as well.
Thanks. That may all be completely accurate and at least two of those guys are on trial for perjury, as I recall. So it's certainly believable.
I'd just like to read the emails. Even on these reports, I hear CNN say that the source is "somebody familiar with the emails". Could be real; could be sketchy....I guess we'll find out at trial.
Speaking of CNN, did you know that the individual mandate was ruled unconstitutional?
I read it on an AP release. The emails haven't been released but allegedly the emails were quoted by someone with access. I should have mentioned that.
Hopefully, the actual emails will be made public.
"the actual emails will be made public."
Yes, at the trial. Until then, they should not be. IMO
I keep hearing that word in this regard. True, often when there's smoke, there's fire. I am not denying the distinct possibility that the emails are real, but CNN doesn't have the greatest record, IMO. Remember....first to declare Gore won Florida ("waiter, an order of crow"); first to declare the mandate was deemed unconstitutional. There have been others.
I want to see the emails released at the trial, and if they are as "alleged", I'd like to know why the former President (Spanier) hasn't been charged with anything, which he hasn't; at least I don't think so. It sounds like he might be as guilty as the other two, if true.