From: Richard Hall <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2002 16:45:35 +0000 Fwd Date: Wed, 09 Jan 2002 05:34:04 -0500 Subject: Dead Lawyers Society, Or... The Measure of Karl Pflock. "Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive." - Sir Walter Raleigh. Pending my notification of when my statement will be ready in regard to the Case of the Purloined Tapes, I offer this latest maneuver by Pflock which you may interpret as you wish. I know how I interpret it. Pflock repeated his threats of legal action in a letter to me dated January 2, 2002, allegedly sent "on advice of counsel", including the warning that any repetition of my statements "...will result in commencement of appropriate proceedings against you." A Cc: was indicated to C. Calvin Carstens, Esq. An internet search for a lawyer by that name in the Albuquerque, NM, area where Pflock lives turned up some very interesting and amusing facts: On December 6, 2001, almost a month before Pflock's letter was written, Albuquerque-area attorney Clyde Calvin Carstens was caught red-handed trying to smuggle 437 pounds of marijuana across the border. After being released on bail from this drug bust, he was found dead, an apparent suicide, on his property where bundles of money and other evidence of wrongdoing was found. Mr. Pflock must be taking advice from spirit counselors. - Dick Hall P.S. Meanwhile, Pflock is strongly locked into a version of False Memory Syndrome whereby he keeps repeating untrue statements about the circumstances surrounding the purloined tapes incident. His memory will be refreshed shortly.
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