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Old March 17th 07, 06:14 PM posted to rec.games.chess.politics,rec.games.chess.misc,soc.culture.magyar,alt.chess
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Default Attorney Brian Lafferty asks Embarrassing Questions of Susan Polgar

Attorney Brian Lafferty has been suspended from posting to the USCF
Forums. The reason becomes obvious when you see the questions Mr.
Lafferty has been asking, including the following:

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2007 10:52 am
Post subject: A Financial Question for Ms. Polgar

On 3/16/07 Ms. Polgar stated in this forum:
"I am all for doing good things for kids as my foundation has awarded
around $400,000 in scholarships in the past few years to young
players."

I have reviewed copies of the Polgar Foundation Federal form 990
filings for 2003, 2004 and 2005 which are open to public inspection.
Nowhere does it appear that $400,000 dollars in grants were made by
the foundation in those years either as individual years or
cumulatively.

2003:
Gross Receipts $4,158
Grants Listed $400 (0ne grant)
Total Program Service Expenses $400
Net Assetts $3,684

2004:
Gross Receipts $25,672
Grants Listed $000 (one grant no amount)
Total Program Service Expenses $000( none listed)
Net Assetts $13,431

2005:Gross Receipts $62,812
Grants Listed $5,500 (one grant)
Total Program Services $5,500
Net Assetts $39,112

The 990 returns for 2006 are not yet available. Ms Polgar, are your
foundation's form 990EZs inaccurate or has your foundation NOT made
some $400,000 in grants over the past few years as you have stated?

Brian Lafferty

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Old March 17th 07, 10:02 PM posted to rec.games.chess.politics,rec.games.chess.misc,soc.culture.magyar,alt.chess
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Default Attorney Brian Lafferty asks Embarrassing Questions of Susan Polgar

On Mar 17, 2:14 pm, "samsloan" wrote:
Attorney Brian Lafferty has been suspended from posting to the USCF
Forums. The reason becomes obvious when you see the questions Mr.
Lafferty has been asking, including the following:

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2007 10:52 am
Post subject: A Financial Question for Ms. Polgar

On 3/16/07 Ms. Polgar stated in this forum:
"I am all for doing good things for kids as my foundation has awarded
around $400,000 in scholarships in the past few years to young
players."

I have reviewed copies of the Polgar Foundation Federal form 990
filings for 2003, 2004 and 2005 which are open to public inspection.
Nowhere does it appear that $400,000 dollars in grants were made by
the foundation in those years either as individual years or
cumulatively.

2003:
Gross Receipts $4,158
Grants Listed $400 (0ne grant)
Total Program Service Expenses $400
Net Assetts $3,684

2004:
Gross Receipts $25,672
Grants Listed $000 (one grant no amount)
Total Program Service Expenses $000( none listed)
Net Assetts $13,431

2005:Gross Receipts $62,812
Grants Listed $5,500 (one grant)
Total Program Services $5,500
Net Assetts $39,112

The 990 returns for 2006 are not yet available. Ms Polgar, are your
foundation's form 990EZs inaccurate or has your foundation NOT made
some $400,000 in grants over the past few years as you have stated?

Brian Lafferty


This is a perfect example of what is going on at the USCF Forums.

Attorney Brian Lafferty asked the above question. Soon thereafter Hal
Bogner and several others expressed opinions on this subject. Then,
the entire thread was deleted by one of the moderators.

No reason for the deletion has been given. It is obvious that Polgar
is a protected person and that nobody is allowed to ask her
embarrassing questions.

Sam Sloan

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Old March 17th 07, 10:14 PM posted to rec.games.chess.politics,rec.games.chess.misc,soc.culture.magyar,alt.chess
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Default Attorney Brian Lafferty is an Embarrassment

BL needs to go back underneath the rock he crawled out
from.

How many lawyers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
- Three. One to climb the ladder, one to shake the ladder and the
other one to sue the ladder company.

What do you call a lawyer with an IQ of 50?
- Your Honor

Did you hear about the lion walking through the woods eating deer
droppings?
- He had just eaten a lawyer and was trying to get the taste out
of his mouth.

....etc...




"samsloan" wrote in message
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On Mar 17, 2:14 pm, "samsloan" wrote:
Attorney Brian Lafferty has been suspended from posting to the USCF
Forums. The reason becomes obvious when you see the questions Mr.
Lafferty has been asking, including the following:

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2007 10:52 am
Post subject: A Financial Question for Ms. Polgar

On 3/16/07 Ms. Polgar stated in this forum:
"I am all for doing good things for kids as my foundation has awarded
around $400,000 in scholarships in the past few years to young
players."

I have reviewed copies of the Polgar Foundation Federal form 990
filings for 2003, 2004 and 2005 which are open to public inspection.
Nowhere does it appear that $400,000 dollars in grants were made by
the foundation in those years either as individual years or
cumulatively.

2003:
Gross Receipts $4,158
Grants Listed $400 (0ne grant)
Total Program Service Expenses $400
Net Assetts $3,684

2004:
Gross Receipts $25,672
Grants Listed $000 (one grant no amount)
Total Program Service Expenses $000( none listed)
Net Assetts $13,431

2005:Gross Receipts $62,812
Grants Listed $5,500 (one grant)
Total Program Services $5,500
Net Assetts $39,112

The 990 returns for 2006 are not yet available. Ms Polgar, are your
foundation's form 990EZs inaccurate or has your foundation NOT made
some $400,000 in grants over the past few years as you have stated?

Brian Lafferty


This is a perfect example of what is going on at the USCF Forums.

Attorney Brian Lafferty asked the above question. Soon thereafter Hal
Bogner and several others expressed opinions on this subject. Then,
the entire thread was deleted by one of the moderators.

No reason for the deletion has been given. It is obvious that Polgar
is a protected person and that nobody is allowed to ask her
embarrassing questions.

Sam Sloan



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Old March 18th 07, 01:34 AM posted to rec.games.chess.politics,rec.games.chess.misc,soc.culture.magyar,alt.chess
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Default Attorney Brian Lafferty is an Embarrassment

Do you know the difference between a prostitute and a lawyer? The
prostitute stops ****ing you when you're dead.
:-)


"Chess Freak" wrote in message
...
BL needs to go back underneath the rock he crawled out
from.

How many lawyers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
- Three. One to climb the ladder, one to shake the ladder and the
other one to sue the ladder company.

What do you call a lawyer with an IQ of 50?
- Your Honor

Did you hear about the lion walking through the woods eating deer
droppings?
- He had just eaten a lawyer and was trying to get the taste out
of his mouth.

...etc...




"samsloan" wrote in message
oups.com...
On Mar 17, 2:14 pm, "samsloan" wrote:
Attorney Brian Lafferty has been suspended from posting to the USCF
Forums. The reason becomes obvious when you see the questions Mr.
Lafferty has been asking, including the following:

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2007 10:52 am
Post subject: A Financial Question for Ms. Polgar

On 3/16/07 Ms. Polgar stated in this forum:
"I am all for doing good things for kids as my foundation has awarded
around $400,000 in scholarships in the past few years to young
players."

I have reviewed copies of the Polgar Foundation Federal form 990
filings for 2003, 2004 and 2005 which are open to public inspection.
Nowhere does it appear that $400,000 dollars in grants were made by
the foundation in those years either as individual years or
cumulatively.

2003:
Gross Receipts $4,158
Grants Listed $400 (0ne grant)
Total Program Service Expenses $400
Net Assetts $3,684

2004:
Gross Receipts $25,672
Grants Listed $000 (one grant no amount)
Total Program Service Expenses $000( none listed)
Net Assetts $13,431

2005:Gross Receipts $62,812
Grants Listed $5,500 (one grant)
Total Program Services $5,500
Net Assetts $39,112

The 990 returns for 2006 are not yet available. Ms Polgar, are your
foundation's form 990EZs inaccurate or has your foundation NOT made
some $400,000 in grants over the past few years as you have stated?

Brian Lafferty


This is a perfect example of what is going on at the USCF Forums.

Attorney Brian Lafferty asked the above question. Soon thereafter Hal
Bogner and several others expressed opinions on this subject. Then,
the entire thread was deleted by one of the moderators.

No reason for the deletion has been given. It is obvious that Polgar
is a protected person and that nobody is allowed to ask her
embarrassing questions.

Sam Sloan





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Old March 19th 07, 03:31 AM posted to rec.games.chess.politics,rec.games.chess.misc,soc.culture.magyar,alt.chess
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Default Attorney Brian Lafferty is an Embarrassment

Because he's gay and he's Sam Sloan's lover.

Someone really needs to sue you and get a judge to have you mentally
evaluated and then medicated.


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