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Old July 22nd 03, 02:53 AM
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Default Will anybody who voted for Sam Sloan DARE to speak up?

"Matt Nemmers" wrote in message news:[email protected]
(And no, pity-votes and jokes don't count. And if you were drunk when you
voted for him, that doesn't count either.)

Would anyone who *seriously* voted for Sloan thinking he was a *serious*
candidate like to hang a big matzah-ball out there and admit it on a public
forum? And if so, would you care to explain WHY you did so, in light of his
obvious character flaws and insanity?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Matt



Hi Matt,

Well it's starting to get trashy about you on here, so I wanted to say
"hi" and hang in there. Tell ya what, I'll start by throwing my own
trolling self under the bridge with you by posting below an old
article about "Scam Sloan" that I get a kick out of (enjoy!):

Unless you have some really degenerative condition, related to your
understanding of the terms "career criminal," it would be hard to

see any
basis
for your claim that Scam is otherwise.

After he flunked out of Berkeley he ran a knock-off
of the Sexual Freedom League, some inferior imitation, that

attracted
underage
minors for sex.

That got him thrown out of California, where he
had done time (his first arrest and imprisonment,
a milestone in any career criminal's life!).

He wound up in New York, where he developed his scheme "How To Take

Over A
Public Company"
(or something like that--I can't recall the exact title). The scam
essentially relied on filing frivolous lawsuits at such a
rate that the targeted defendant was overwhelmed, then using

default
judgments to
seize assets. As Scam explained it to me, you wind up with control

of the
company, but essentially it has been destroyed. As the courts

became more
skeptical about this type of
litigation, he upgraded his scam, and opened Samuel H. Sloan Inc.

Then he set up his scam on Wall Street, where he
sold securities that were several notches below junk

bonds--essentially a
worthless hoax. He stretched that skein until the SEC put him out

of
business.
Considerable litigation ensued. Scam got his name in the Supreme

Court, but
lost all the
important cases and went underground again.

Scam has never said a word about his father. All the talk, all the
self-revelatory disclosures,
conceal the fact that there are many things that are so painf! ul

that he
won't discuss them. But
after he got shut down, he went to Virginia.

Home, he launched into a campaign to scam his mother out of her

small estate
accumulated through many years of service as a public employee in

Virginia.
Opposed by
all the other members of his family, he eventually faced losing in

court. So
he packed up his mother and shipped her off to a
toilet in the UAR, where she languishes to this day,
alone and estranged, but out of reach of the American courts.

At about this time, Scam found it "prudent" to leave the United

States, just
ahead of certain investigations of his business practices. He spent

the next
few years travelling abroad,
beyond the reach of American courts while the statute of

limitations
relentlessly ran on. He
wrote a muckraking account of the behavior of the US FIDE mission

in Dubai
1986 that
established his credentials as a chess journalist. (In the US, you

can become
a chess journalist
just by stating some facts about what happens at a meeting, because

our
official minutes are always so dishonest.)

When the Statute of Limitations ran, he came home, just ahead of a

series of
imminent depradations abroad. He
has never told us the truth about these various illegalities, but

we know he
was in prison in
Afghanistan, Iran, and perhaps two or three other countries for

financial and
sexual acts.
By this time, he claims to have converted to Islam, taken an

islamic name,
and married
three or four Southeast Asian women who were working as maids in

the Arab
Emirates.
Apparently, under Scam's interpretation of Islam, he can have at

least three
wives at a
time. The exact number is known only to Sam and a small number of

district
attorneys.

He wasn't home very long before ! he got i nto a tussle with the

prosecutors
in Virginia. He wound
up getting a five-year sentence in the Claude Bloodgood Chess

Academy, the
Virginia State
Penitentiary, where he learned many new things. He has never had an

AIDS
test, but it is
rumored that some of the new things he learned were contagious.

That doesn't
stop
this pervert, now almost 60 years old, from engaging in risky sex

at every
opportunity.

When he got back, he tried to parlay a couple of old relationships

into jobs
by scamming the
old friends who didn't know he was a con man. He moved in with a

woman in San
Francisco,
Arden Van Upp (he had known her when he was in Berkeley, and now he

found out
she had money)
who owned some property, charged a fortune in phone bills, started

litigation
that got her
sued by all her family members, screwed up her life and well-being,

and then
he took off
and left her life in a mess.

He also conned another old friend, Richard Bozulich, who had made

some money
writing
books on oriental games. Scam conned him into making Scam

president, at
whichpoint
Scam sued all the other members of the Board in an attempt to seize

control
of the
corporate assets. He claims to have won a judgment of $25K against

them, but
never
recovered a penny. Meanwhile, Ishi press was ruined--more

precisley, it now
exists
only as a website for Scam's perversions.

He still is a degenerate. He found a new mark that owns a property
management business,
and he lets Scam stay rent-free in his vacant apartments.

One of Scam's more lurid adventures came when he was charged with

rape two
years ago
by one of the girls he picked up. He now says that she was really

crazy--I
take that as an
expert opinion.

Confronted with the threat of a rape indictment, Sloan contrived a

brilliant
and unprecedented
legal defense. He reached into his sock drawer, pulled out a used

condom
from months before,
and presented it as Exhibit A to prove that he had had consensual

sex with
the girl, and therefore
could not be guilty of rape. After the prosecutors finished

wretching, they
threw him out. So far,
nobody else has asked to see his collection of used condoms, or

what is
growing on them.

In short, let'be honest again. Scam has never had a real job. He

has made
his living all his
life by scamming other people with frivilous litigation, schemes,

cons,
hoaxes, and lies.
He has been in numerous jails, prisons, and detention centers

around the
world for a
wide variety of crimes of theft and moral turpitude. His life is

the life of
the grifter.

I could go on and on about Scam's sordid past. What does it take to

become a
professional
criminal in your definition? I can't imagine how anyone could

define Scam as
anything
else. Lex Luther spent less time plotting criminality than Sloan.


Regards,
Tom Dorsch



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Old July 22nd 03, 09:22 AM
Mr. Hat
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Default Will anybody who voted for Sam Sloan DARE to speak up?

In article , wrote:

On 21 Jul 2003 17:53:07 -0700,
(Oreo Knight)
wrote:

"Matt Nemmers" wrote in message

news:[email protected]
(And no, pity-votes and jokes don't count. And if you were drunk when you
voted for him, that doesn't count either.)

Would anyone who *seriously* voted for Sloan thinking he was a *serious*
candidate like to hang a big matzah-ball out there and admit it on a public
forum? And if so, would you care to explain WHY you did so, in light

of his
obvious character flaws and insanity?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Matt



Hi Matt,

Well it's starting to get trashy about you on here, so I wanted to say
"hi" and hang in there. Tell ya what, I'll start by throwing my own
trolling self under the bridge with you by posting below an old
article about "Scam Sloan" that I get a kick out of (enjoy!):

Unless you have some really degenerative condition, related to your
understanding of the terms "career criminal," it would be hard to

see any
basis
for your claim that Scam is otherwise.

After he flunked out of Berkeley he ran a knock-off
of the Sexual Freedom League, some inferior imitation, that

attracted
underage
minors for sex.

That got him thrown out of California, where he
had done time (his first arrest and imprisonment,
a milestone in any career criminal's life!).

He wound up in New York, where he developed his scheme "How To Take

Over A
Public Company"
(or something like that--I can't recall the exact title). The scam
essentially relied on filing frivolous lawsuits at such a
rate that the targeted defendant was overwhelmed, then using

default
judgments to
seize assets. As Scam explained it to me, you wind up with control

of the
company, but essentially it has been destroyed. As the courts

became more
skeptical about this type of
litigation, he upgraded his scam, and opened Samuel H. Sloan Inc.

Then he set up his scam on Wall Street, where he
sold securities that were several notches below junk

bonds--essentially a
worthless hoax. He stretched that skein until the SEC put him out

of
business.
Considerable litigation ensued. Scam got his name in the Supreme

Court, but
lost all the
important cases and went underground again.

Scam has never said a word about his father. All the talk, all the
self-revelatory disclosures,
conceal the fact that there are many things that are so painf! ul

that he
won't discuss them. But
after he got shut down, he went to Virginia.

Home, he launched into a campaign to scam his mother out of her

small estate
accumulated through many years of service as a public employee in

Virginia.
Opposed by
all the other members of his family, he eventually faced losing in

court. So
he packed up his mother and shipped her off to a
toilet in the UAR, where she languishes to this day,
alone and estranged, but out of reach of the American courts.

At about this time, Scam found it "prudent" to leave the United

States, just
ahead of certain investigations of his business practices. He spent

the next
few years travelling abroad,
beyond the reach of American courts while the statute of

limitations
relentlessly ran on. He
wrote a muckraking account of the behavior of the US FIDE mission

in Dubai
1986 that
established his credentials as a chess journalist. (In the US, you

can become
a chess journalist
just by stating some facts about what happens at a meeting, because

our
official minutes are always so dishonest.)

When the Statute of Limitations ran, he came home, just ahead of a

series of
imminent depradations abroad. He
has never told us the truth about these various illegalities, but

we know he
was in prison in
Afghanistan, Iran, and perhaps two or three other countries for

financial and
sexual acts.
By this time, he claims to have converted to Islam, taken an

islamic name,
and married
three or four Southeast Asian women who were working as maids in

the Arab
Emirates.
Apparently, under Scam's interpretation of Islam, he can have at

least three
wives at a
time. The exact number is known only to Sam and a small number of

district
attorneys.

He wasn't home very long before ! he got i nto a tussle with the

prosecutors
in Virginia. He wound
up getting a five-year sentence in the Claude Bloodgood Chess

Academy, the
Virginia State
Penitentiary, where he learned many new things. He has never had an

AIDS
test, but it is
rumored that some of the new things he learned were contagious.

That doesn't
stop
this pervert, now almost 60 years old, from engaging in risky sex

at every
opportunity.

When he got back, he tried to parlay a couple of old relationships

into jobs
by scamming the
old friends who didn't know he was a con man. He moved in with a

woman in San
Francisco,
Arden Van Upp (he had known her when he was in Berkeley, and now he

found out
she had money)
who owned some property, charged a fortune in phone bills, started

litigation
that got her
sued by all her family members, screwed up her life and well-being,

and then
he took off
and left her life in a mess.

He also conned another old friend, Richard Bozulich, who had made

some money
writing
books on oriental games. Scam conned him into making Scam

president, at
whichpoint
Scam sued all the other members of the Board in an attempt to seize

control
of the
corporate assets. He claims to have won a judgment of $25K against

them, but
never
recovered a penny. Meanwhile, Ishi press was ruined--more

precisley, it now
exists
only as a website for Scam's perversions.

He still is a degenerate. He found a new mark that owns a property
management business,
and he lets Scam stay rent-free in his vacant apartments.

One of Scam's more lurid adventures came when he was charged with

rape two
years ago
by one of the girls he picked up. He now says that she was really

crazy--I
take that as an
expert opinion.

Confronted with the threat of a rape indictment, Sloan contrived a

brilliant
and unprecedented
legal defense. He reached into his sock drawer, pulled out a used

condom
from months before,
and presented it as Exhibit A to prove that he had had consensual

sex with
the girl, and therefore
could not be guilty of rape. After the prosecutors finished

wretching, they
threw him out. So far,
nobody else has asked to see his collection of used condoms, or

what is
growing on them.

In short, let'be honest again. Scam has never had a real job. He

has made
his living all his
life by scamming other people with frivilous litigation, schemes,

cons,
hoaxes, and lies.
He has been in numerous jails, prisons, and detention centers

around the
world for a
wide variety of crimes of theft and moral turpitude. His life is

the life of
the grifter.

I could go on and on about Scam's sordid past. What does it take to

become a
professional
criminal in your definition? I can't imagine how anyone could

define Scam as
anything
else. Lex Luther spent less time plotting criminality than Sloan.


Regards,
Tom Dorsch


Makes a great story, doesn't it.

But, Dorsch forgot to tell you about his old girlfriend, Charlie the
Crab.

Sam Sloan
http://www.samsloan.com/thecrab.htm

You know, it's pretty easy to sort through legal documentation online
(with all of the "legal stuff" you do Sloan, I'm sure you know this!), and
the "story" above looks like more factual than you'd like to admit.

In any case, am I to assume that the link you provide is not "biased",
even though it is an article you wrote for your website? :-P

Two suggestions for your site however: (i) can the cheesy music, and (ii)
don't post pictures of other people in order to ridicule until you can
prove that you're not as hideous-looking as those that you post of
yourself.

M.H.
 




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