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From: MM (75.174.24.80)
Subject:         Correction
Date: August 29, 2014 at 3:18 pm PST

In Reply to: Who will be your next web-vigilant target Michele? posted by Marisa on August 29, 2014 at 3:00 pm:

I do not remember when that girl died and whether or
not it coincided with when I found out when Jane
died.

You made a mistatement: I did NOT delete all my
posts. If you go back to RNH you will find that I
left them all up for everyone to see and benefit
from.


Marisa, you need to read Jeff's post above about
what free speech covers. People are able to speak
about and post court documents and share stories.
That has never been illegal in the United States.

Doug was "tried" by the Florida State license board
and found guilty of malpractice and lost his license
due to a death--that's a FACT. Someone else (Harley)
actually first posted those documents.

I was asked to not say anything about when I found
out about Jane Mutti's death back in 2011--people in
Doug's camp already knew because they were posting
condolences on her surviving mate's Facebook wall. I
was actually one of the last to find out and
actually was not the one to start the thread about
it on RNH or on Vegsource.

Doug will not be "tried" in legal courts for what
happened to Leah because he specifically located his
fasting retreat in a country that has more lax laws
than the U.S. so he covered his tracks there.

The internet is totally for people to post reviews
and opinions about what their experience was that's
why there's Yelp and other such websites so people
can find out about people's reputations before they
eat at a restaurant, stay at a hotel, or fast with
someone outside of the country.

Your insinuation that my sharing what I know is
"illegal" is ridiculous.


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