Talk:The Telegraph (Macon)
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I do not know who is accusing me of being fired for falsifying a story. Aparently, you are too much a coward to identify yourself. But your accusation is not true. I left to attend law school. This was many months in the making and my departure was only about a week before school began and fully voluntary. I have never even been accused of falsifying a story. Whoever you are, do you have ANY support for this allegation. If not -- and I know you do not -- it would be in your best interest to remove that allegation. I am a pratcicing attorney and practice in the are of tort ltitigation. Although I don't know your name now, I will find it quickly and you will not likemfacing me in civil court.
- Jay, Based on your statment above, I'd recommend emailing the address given in the "Subject guidelines" section of the following Wikipedia policy article - WP:LIBEL. Hope this is helpful. --Roswell native 00:58, 13 January 2007 (UTC)
- Jay, please read the article as it stands right now. As you can see, you are not mentioned once in the article; there may be previous revisions that do mention you but please refer only to the current one as that is all the majority of visitors see.
- Your last several edits seem to have consisted solely of removing the links to the Telegraph website; I'm not sure what you believe you are accomplishing, but please stop -- it has no effect on the content of the article and wastes others' time.
- I would encourage you to follow Roswell native's suggestion above, if you feel you need to pursue this further. However, I'm sure that as an attorney, you know enough to be able to read the article as it stands and conclude that it should be of no concern to you. If anything, your oversensitivity to not being mentioned in the article is probably far more damaging to your reputation than whatever was previously posted here. Please contact me if you have any questions or clarifications. --SuperNova |T|C| 06:44, 15 January 2007 (UTC)
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