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Gambit Blog, comment #10.
http://gambit.blogs.nytimes.com/2009...s-on/#comments

Go, Phil!!
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Phil Innes posts a threatening letter to the New York Times:

January 27, 2009 10:02 am

I must object to NY Times reporting here on this issue - especially
the strange formulations of Sam Sloan. What he says above is not true
- I do not have a ‘blog’ but write for Chessville which has 60,000
unique hits per month as is #1 US based chess site. I am business
manager and write a leader.

I think my first major interview was with GM Mark Taimanov, and the
most recent with GM Mickey Adams.

Should NY TImes continue this practice of misreporting malicious
gossip without attempting to verify factual material - and display
such evident bias as this column exhibits of continuous speculation by
litigants, then it will rather confirm its own standard and
orientation.

Since Gambit blog unashamedly continues to practice its policies this
way, this itself becomes news, and a Chessville editor, an assistant
attorney general, will be making his own evaluation and report.

Phil Innes,
Business Manager
http://www.chessville.com
1/27/09
— Phil Innes
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samsloan wrote:
Phil Innes posts a threatening letter to the New York Times:

January 27, 2009 10:02 am

I must object to NY Times reporting here on this issue - especially
the strange formulations of Sam Sloan. What he says above is not true
- I do not have a ‘blog’ but write for Chessville which has 60,000
unique hits per month as is #1 US based chess site. I am business
manager and write a leader.

I think my first major interview was with GM Mark Taimanov, and the
most recent with GM Mickey Adams.

Should NY TImes continue this practice of misreporting malicious
gossip without attempting to verify factual material - and display
such evident bias as this column exhibits of continuous speculation by
litigants, then it will rather confirm its own standard and
orientation.

Since Gambit blog unashamedly continues to practice its policies this
way, this itself becomes news, and a Chessville editor, an assistant
attorney general, will be making his own evaluation and report.

Phil Innes,
Business Manager
http://www.chessville.com
1/27/09
— Phil Innes


The fact that it was printed by the Times tells me they aren't very
worried about Phil the Litigant.
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On Jan 28, 9:40*am, "B. Lafferty " wrote:
samsloan wrote:
Phil Innes posts a threatening letter to the New York Times:


January 27, 2009 10:02 am


I must object to NY Times reporting here on this issue - especially
the strange formulations of Sam Sloan. What he says above is not true
- I do not have a ‘blog’ but write for Chessville which has 60,000
unique hits per month as is #1 US based chess site. I am business
manager and write a leader.


I think my first major interview was with GM Mark Taimanov, and the
most recent with GM Mickey Adams.


Should NY TImes continue this practice of misreporting malicious
gossip without attempting to verify factual material - and display
such evident bias as this column exhibits of continuous speculation by
litigants, then it will rather confirm its own standard and
orientation.


Since Gambit blog unashamedly continues to practice its policies this
way, this itself becomes news, and a Chessville editor, an assistant
attorney general, will be making his own evaluation and report.


Phil Innes,
Business Manager
http://www.chessville.com
1/27/09
— Phil Innes


The fact that it was printed by the Times tells me they aren't very
worried about Phil the Litigant.


Note that Phil Innes has made implied threats of violence against Neal
Brennen and several other posters here in the past.

He has probably threatened me too, but I have bigger people than Phil
Innes to be concerned about.

Sam Sloan
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On Jan 28, 9:40*am, "B. Lafferty " wrote:
samsloan wrote:
Phil Innes posts a threatening letter to the New York Times:


January 27, 2009 10:02 am


I must object to NY Times reporting here on this issue - especially
the strange formulations of Sam Sloan. What he says above is not true
- I do not have a ‘blog’ but write for Chessville which has 60,000
unique hits per month as is #1 US based chess site. I am business
manager and write a leader.


I think my first major interview was with GM Mark Taimanov, and the
most recent with GM Mickey Adams.


Should NY TImes continue this practice of misreporting malicious
gossip without attempting to verify factual material - and display
such evident bias as this column exhibits of continuous speculation by
litigants, then it will rather confirm its own standard and
orientation.


Since Gambit blog unashamedly continues to practice its policies this
way, this itself becomes news, and a Chessville editor, an assistant
attorney general, will be making his own evaluation and report.


Phil Innes,
Business Manager
http://www.chessville.com
1/27/09
— Phil Innes


The fact that it was printed by the Times tells me they aren't very
worried about Phil the Litigant.


Our Phil is (take your pick):

All bark and no bite
All hat and no cattle
All style and no substance
All sizzle and no steak
All talk and no action
All check and no mate (except it's not even check!)


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On Jan 28, 10:16*am, samsloan wrote:
On Jan 28, 9:40*am, "B. Lafferty " wrote:



samsloan wrote:
Phil Innes posts a threatening letter to the New York Times:


January 27, 2009 10:02 am


I must object to NY Times reporting here on this issue - especially
the strange formulations of Sam Sloan. What he says above is not true
- I do not have a ‘blog’ but write for Chessville which has 60,000
unique hits per month as is #1 US based chess site. I am business
manager and write a leader.


I think my first major interview was with GM Mark Taimanov, and the
most recent with GM Mickey Adams.


Should NY TImes continue this practice of misreporting malicious
gossip without attempting to verify factual material - and display
such evident bias as this column exhibits of continuous speculation by
litigants, then it will rather confirm its own standard and
orientation.


Since Gambit blog unashamedly continues to practice its policies this
way, this itself becomes news, and a Chessville editor, an assistant
attorney general, will be making his own evaluation and report.


Phil Innes,
Business Manager
http://www.chessville.com
1/27/09
— Phil Innes


The fact that it was printed by the Times tells me they aren't very
worried about Phil the Litigant.


Note that Phil Innes has made implied threats of violence against Neal
Brennen and several other posters here in the past.

He has probably threatened me too, but I have bigger people than Phil
Innes to be concerned about.


Excluding me, here's a list of folks P Innes has threatened, in one
way or another, or otherwise been abusive towards over the years on
various Internet groups:

Taylor Kingston
Dr. Steven Dowd
Larry Parr
Dr. Robert Hyatt
James Eade
Frank Niro
Mike Nolan
USCF
Stan Booz
Dr. Peter Groves
The New York Times
Chess Cafe
a woman who asked her name not be published on the chess groups
Dr. David Webb
Dr. Louis Blair
Dr. William Deer
Sam Sloan
Dr. Kenneth Sloan
"helpbot"
Mark Steese
Bob Grumman
Mark Houlsby
Nick Boubaki
"Chapman Billy"
Mike Murray
David Kane
various other posters on the chess, Cornish, writing, British, and
Shakespeare groups.

I apologize if I left anyone out. P Innes doesn't seem to.
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On Jan 28, 9:40*am, "B. Lafferty " wrote:
samsloan wrote:
Phil Innes posts a threatening letter to the New York Times:


January 27, 2009 10:02 am


I must object to NY Times reporting here on this issue - especially
the strange formulations of Sam Sloan. What he says above is not true
- I do not have a ‘blog’ but write for Chessville which has 60,000
unique hits per month as is #1 US based chess site. I am business
manager and write a leader.


I think my first major interview was with GM Mark Taimanov, and the
most recent with GM Mickey Adams.


Should NY TImes continue this practice of misreporting malicious
gossip without attempting to verify factual material - and display
such evident bias as this column exhibits of continuous speculation by
litigants, then it will rather confirm its own standard and
orientation.


Since Gambit blog unashamedly continues to practice its policies this
way, this itself becomes news, and a Chessville editor, an assistant
attorney general, will be making his own evaluation and report.


Phil Innes,
Business Manager
http://www.chessville.com
1/27/09
— Phil Innes


The fact that it was printed by the Times tells me they aren't very
worried about Phil the Litigant.


Worried? Why should anyone be worried? I simply said that independent
reporting of the legal matter will take place, and a legal editor will
conduct it.

The rest of you yahoos are of course excited, but mostly hysterically
so as usual.

I do not preclude other action - and if NY Times continues to make
comments without checking them and use the Sloan as their source, then
that is their business with him, and their demonstrated standard, and
maybe with me, but not with you all.

You are all very busy as it is with the hysteria of the day. I see
that the Sloan has already announced that 'I probably...' And Brennen
is demonstrating his own hysterical appreciations - and indeed his
stalking habits.


Phil Innes

PS: As for Mr. Kingston - Should he like to actually answer a straight
question, then I will give a straight answer about the Kingston files.
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On Jan 28, 9:23*am, samsloan wrote:
Phil Innes posts a threatening letter to the New York Times:

January 27, 2009 10:02 am

I must object to NY Times reporting here on this issue - especially
the strange formulations of Sam Sloan. What he says above is not true
- I do not have a ‘blog’ but write for Chessville which has 60,000
unique hits per month as is #1 US based chess site. I am business
manager and write a leader.

I think my first major interview was with GM Mark Taimanov, and the
most recent with GM Mickey Adams.

Should NY TImes continue this practice of misreporting malicious
gossip without attempting to verify factual material - and display
such evident bias as this column exhibits of continuous speculation by
litigants, then it will rather confirm its own standard and
orientation.

Since Gambit blog unashamedly continues to practice its policies this
way, this itself becomes news, and a Chessville editor, an assistant
attorney general, will be making his own evaluation and report.


Amazing! Only a 13 year old could say that independent reporting is a
threat. But actually, all other opinions than his own are attacks to
the Sloan.

But as we see, another hysteric, a stalker has picked up that I intend
to take Manhattan, then I'll take Berlin. [With apologies to Leonard
Cohen.]



Phil Innes


Phil Innes,
Business Managerhttp://www.chessville.com
1/27/09
— Phil Innes


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On Jan 28, 12:02*pm, wrote:
On Jan 28, 9:23*am, samsloan wrote:



Phil Innes posts a threatening letter to the New York Times:


January 27, 2009 10:02 am


I must object to NY Times reporting here on this issue - especially
the strange formulations of Sam Sloan. What he says above is not true
- I do not have a ‘blog’ but write for Chessville which has 60,000
unique hits per month as is #1 US based chess site. I am business
manager and write a leader.


I think my first major interview was with GM Mark Taimanov, and the
most recent with GM Mickey Adams.


Should NY TImes continue this practice of misreporting malicious
gossip without attempting to verify factual material - and display
such evident bias as this column exhibits of continuous speculation by
litigants, then it will rather confirm its own standard and
orientation.


Since Gambit blog unashamedly continues to practice its policies this
way, this itself becomes news, and a Chessville editor, an assistant
attorney general, will be making his own evaluation and report.


Amazing! Only a 13 year old could say that independent reporting is a
threat. But actually, all other opinions than his own are attacks to
the Sloan.

But as we see, another hysteric, a stalker has picked up that I intend
to take Manhattan, then I'll take Berlin. [With apologies to Leonard
Cohen.]


Don't you have to take Brattleboro first?

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