REDMAN: "WE HAD A SEMANTIC MISUNDERSTANDING"
Dear Mr. Smith,
We had a semantic misunderstanding. You said that I removed a
candidate's name from the binfo mailing list, which is not true. No
name was removed from the binfo packets that are being mailed to the
Delegates on a quarterly basis.
When I received that accusation from you, on top of the other
accusations that I have caused people to be fired, etc., all untrue,
I came to a non-professional judgment about the state of your health.
I did remove Mr. Sloan's name from the electronic distribution list of
binfos when he violated the rule regarding direct posts from
candidates. He told me he was unaware of the rule and promised not to
directly post again so I asked that he be reinstated.
I hope that clarifies matters.
On Tue, 8 May 2001 19:34:48 EDT BobChess@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 5/5/01 9:27:41 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> > Dear Mr. Smith:
> > Your paranoid interpretations of imagined events seem to be getting
> > out of hand. There were no orders to the office about excluding
> > anyone from the binfo list. These events are only occurring in your
> > mind, Bob. Please seek medical help.
> > Further, your dereliction of duty has been noted by your Board
> > colleagues. Without any advance warning, your non-attendance at the
> > March conference call meeting and your non-attendance at the recent
> > crucial meeting in Seattle have been noted by your colleagues.
> > To the best of my recollection you haven't fulfilled any of your
> > responsibilities since the start of this year. Your only
> > participation is with these weekly tirades. You owe it to your
> > colleagues on the next Board to either bear your fair share of Board
> > responsibilities or resign.
> > Sincerely,
> > Tim Redman
> > Dr. Dr. Redman,
> George DeFeis has confirmed to me that you Ordered him to remove a
> from the Binfo list.
> Indeed on other matters, you do protest too much! Name calling is no answer
> to my charges and does no credit to your position.
> > ou know full well that I attended the meeting and U.S. Championship in
> > Seattle and that I was present at the Board meeting in Miami. It was
> > clear to me that you and your following four had fully orchestrated the
> > meeting in Kansas City and that my attendance would serve no useful
> > in your structured 4-3 atmosphere. It would only cause me the personal
> > suffering of having to listen to your pompous drone that would surely,
> > up at least 80% of the official transcript.
> Your entire tenure as President has been to serve your own selfish goals.
> have contrived to show small blips of improvement at the long range
> USCF. The TLA is a prime example.
> I will certainly be in Framingham to give you a big farewell. I will be an
> honor to serve with a new Board that will have at heart the interests of
> and the chess players of this country.
> Bob Smith
School of Arts and Humanities, JO 31
University of Texas at Dallas
P.O. Box 830688
Richardson, TX 75083-0688
(972) 883-2775 (o)
(972) 883-2989 (fax)