[free-sklyarov] RE: AAP's Judith Platt replies to Politech post, clarifies remarks

Matthew Gaylor freematt at coil.com
Sun Aug 5 10:34:36 PDT 2001

Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2001 15:50:26 -0400
To: jplatt at publishers.org
From: Matthew Gaylor <freematt at coil.com>
Subject: Association of American Publishers Derides Ruby Ridge & Waco types

Excerpted via http://www.politechbot.com/p-02311.html :
>  >...librarians are finding themselves the subject of rhetoric usually
>  >reserved for terrorists or revolutionaries. "They've got their radical
>  >factions, like the Ruby Ridge or Waco types," who want to share all
>  >content for free, said Judith Platt, a spokeswoman for the Association of
>  >American Publishers.


It's a sad day in America when criticism over the shooting of an 
unarmed women with a baby in her arms by a FBI sharpshooter (Vicki 
Weaver shot in the head by FBI's Lon Horichi at Ruby Ridge) and the 
assault and subsequent inferno that killed over 80 men, women and 
children by government agents at the Branch Davidian Church in Waco, 
TX is considered radical.

Regards,  Matt Gaylor-

{ Judith Platt may be reached at <jplatt at publishers.org> }

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