Now, where's Dee Dee?
febboy at IX.NETCOM.COM
Fri Dec 19 21:14:30 MST 1997
You got that right. Mike McCurryFavor has a very
nasty habit of shooting people who only want to
ask questions that need to be answered.
As I understand it, Chris Ruddy is not saying that
Brown was shot; he is just asking why a proper
autopsy was not performed and why evidence was
destroyed. Good gosh almighty!
Let's hear good ole Mike call Maxine Waters and
Kweisi Mfume a couple of conspiracy nuts. Hehehe.
At 07:48 PM 12/19/97 -0500, A.C. Szul wrote:
>Subject: Reuters and Associated Press 12/19/97
>Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 15:44:44 -0500 (EST)
>From: RuddyUpdate at ruddynews.com
>REUTERS Friday December 19, 1997 7:10 AM EST
>NAACP Wants Explanation on Ron Brown's Death
>BALTIMORE (Reuters) - The NAACP told the Clinton
>administration that it wants the government to address
>growing speculation surrounding the death of Commerce
>Secretary Ron Brown.
>Brown's body was recovered from the wreckage of a U.S.
>Air Force plane that slammed into the side of a
>mountain in Croatia in April 1996, killing all 35
>people on board. Government investigators concluded
>that he died of multiple injuries sustained in the
>But two military pathologists -- Air Force Lt. Col.
>Steve Cogswell and Army Lt. Col. David Hause -- have
>since been quoted in a Pennsylvania newspaper as saying
>Brown suffered a head wound that could have been caused
>by a gunshot.
>On Thursday, the National Association for the
>Advancement of Colored People asked for explanations
>from the Justice Department, the Defense Department
>and the White House.
>"The NAACP is very concerned about the ramifications of
>these allegations, and left unanswered and unresolved,
>they raise serious questions," NAACP President Kweisi
>Mfume, wrote in a letter to Attorney General Janet
>Reno. "These allegations require an explanation."
>Mfume also wrote to President Clinton to express the
>civil rights organization's interest in the subject and
>asked U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Henry
>Shelton for a briefing on a Pentagon investigation into
>This administration ought to publicly come out and explain everything it
>knows about this matter. Instead, neanderthals like McCurry do more
>damage by dismissing these serious allegations, saying, "Well, it's just
>those people who hate the president..."
>Huh? Being in PR, I firmly believe that the first rule is to never
>blatantly dismiss something that continues to fester, gain momentum and
>have the potential to serious do damage to your organization. By doing
>so, McCurry gives credence and believability to this matter. How dumb
>does he think the listening public really is?
>Allege that Ron Brown, former Commerce Secty in the Clinton
>administration, was murdered because folks hate Clinton? That's just
>plain silly and stupid, Mr. McCurry.
>Now's where's Dee Dee?
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