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Re: [FSP] A washingtonpost.com article from: HRearden@freedom.usa.com

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  • Jean Alexander
    The NH press got the description of FSP right and AP - NH has that version. FWIW, we believe the correspondence Fox received was a generic mass mailed
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 28, 2005
      The NH press got the description of FSP right and AP - NH has that
      version. FWIW, we believe the "correspondence" Fox received was a
      generic mass mailed invitation to Porc Fest. Pretty scary, eh? :)

      Jean

      On Jul 28, 2005, at 8:12 AM, Mike Lorrey wrote:

      > The post has since posted a correction to their article, but of course
      > corrections don't go over the AP wire...
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      > --- Freedom Fred <fred@...> wrote:
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      >> Already they are trying to smear us? My, my.
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      >> -Freedom Fred
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      >> On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 10:39 -0400, HRearden@... wrote:
      >>> You have been sent this message from HRearden@... as a
      >> courtesy of washingtonpost.com
      >> ...
      >>> Authorities also found what they describe as a "correspondence"
      >>> between Fox and the Free State Project, an anti-government group
      >> that
      >>> wants 20,000 people to move to New Hampshire to help oust the
      >>> government there, according to its Web page. They showed a reporter
      >> an
      >>> article about the group and its plans that they said was in Fox's
      >>> room. They declined to allow examination of another document that
      >>> appeared to be a letter.
      >> ...
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