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I posted this on the USCF Issues Forum as an alternative opening to move
all of the cases toward settlement discussion.

Let's try this. This is not an offer, which would have to be made by
counsel.

1. All legal actions are discontinued with prejudice.
2. All parties, including Paul Truong, exchange mutual general releases
from all claims.
3. Polgar and Truong serve out their respective terms on the EB.
4. Polgar and Truong agree to close chessdiscussion and not maintain any
similar discussion site.
5. Polgar and Truong agree that no anonymous posters will be allowed to
comment on any web site owned and/or controlled by them, their agents or
assigns.
6. Polgar and Truong agree that after their EB terms expire, they will
resign from the USCF and agree not to become members of the USCF again
for a period of ten years.
7. A liquidated damages clause in the event the agreement is violated by
any party to the agreement, with the determination of said violatiion to
be heard by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration
Association. [this is new].

Should indictments of Polgar, Alexander and possibly others come down,
it is likely that there will be no settlement discussions. So, if
Polgar has any desire at all to resolve matters, now is the time for her
attorney(s) to make a phone call. The door is closing quickly.
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On Feb 28, 7:56*am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
I posted this on the USCF Issues Forum as an alternative opening to move
all of the cases toward settlement discussion.

Let's try this. This is not an offer, which would have to be made by
counsel.

1. All legal actions are discontinued with prejudice.
2. All parties, including Paul Truong, exchange mutual general releases
from all claims.
3. Polgar and Truong serve out their respective terms on the EB.
4. Polgar and Truong agree to close chessdiscussion and not maintain any
similar discussion site.
5. Polgar and Truong agree that no anonymous posters will be allowed to
comment on any web site owned and/or controlled by them, their agents or
assigns.
6. Polgar and Truong agree that after their EB terms expire, they will
resign from the USCF and agree not to become members of the USCF again
for a period of ten years.
7. A liquidated damages clause in the event the agreement is violated by
any party to the agreement, with the determination of said violatiion to
be heard by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration
Association. [this is new].

Should indictments of Polgar, Alexander and possibly others come down,
it is likely that there will be no settlement discussions. *So, if
Polgar has any desire at all to resolve matters, now is the time for her
attorney(s) to make a phone call. *The door is closing quickly.


Remember what Vito Corelone told Michael when he was taking control of
the "family"? About who to watch and trust? This feels very familiar.

Rob "Which Mitch'
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Rob wrote:
On Feb 28, 7:56 am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
I posted this on the USCF Issues Forum as an alternative opening to move
all of the cases toward settlement discussion.

Let's try this. This is not an offer, which would have to be made by
counsel.

1. All legal actions are discontinued with prejudice.
2. All parties, including Paul Truong, exchange mutual general releases
from all claims.
3. Polgar and Truong serve out their respective terms on the EB.
4. Polgar and Truong agree to close chessdiscussion and not maintain any
similar discussion site.
5. Polgar and Truong agree that no anonymous posters will be allowed to
comment on any web site owned and/or controlled by them, their agents or
assigns.
6. Polgar and Truong agree that after their EB terms expire, they will
resign from the USCF and agree not to become members of the USCF again
for a period of ten years.
7. A liquidated damages clause in the event the agreement is violated by
any party to the agreement, with the determination of said violatiion to
be heard by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration
Association. [this is new].

Should indictments of Polgar, Alexander and possibly others come down,
it is likely that there will be no settlement discussions. So, if
Polgar has any desire at all to resolve matters, now is the time for her
attorney(s) to make a phone call. The door is closing quickly.


Remember what Vito Corelone told Michael when he was taking control of
the "family"? About who to watch and trust? This feels very familiar.

Rob "Which Mitch'

It's Sue's move.
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On Feb 28, 9:55*am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
Rob wrote:
On Feb 28, 7:56 am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
I posted this on the USCF Issues Forum as an alternative opening to move
all of the cases toward settlement discussion.


Let's try this. This is not an offer, which would have to be made by
counsel.


1. All legal actions are discontinued with prejudice.
2. All parties, including Paul Truong, exchange mutual general releases
from all claims.
3. Polgar and Truong serve out their respective terms on the EB.
4. Polgar and Truong agree to close chessdiscussion and not maintain any
similar discussion site.
5. Polgar and Truong agree that no anonymous posters will be allowed to
comment on any web site owned and/or controlled by them, their agents or
assigns.
6. Polgar and Truong agree that after their EB terms expire, they will
resign from the USCF and agree not to become members of the USCF again
for a period of ten years.
7. A liquidated damages clause in the event the agreement is violated by
any party to the agreement, with the determination of said violatiion to
be heard by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration
Association. [this is new].


Should indictments of Polgar, Alexander and possibly others come down,
it is likely that there will be no settlement discussions. *So, if
Polgar has any desire at all to resolve matters, now is the time for her
attorney(s) to make a phone call. *The door is closing quickly.


Remember what Vito Corelone told Michael when he was taking control of
the "family"? About who to watch and trust? This feels very familiar.


Rob "Which Mitch'


It's Sue's move.


It is not her move at all. Your proposed "settlement" is asinine and
ridiculous and nobody will agree to it, especially the part where they
serve out their terms which expire in August 2011. Also, nobody is
proposing to expel them from the USCF, especially since we have lots
of members in good standing who are mass murderers.

The only USCF member who has ever been expelled from membership was
Norman T. Whitaker and that was not because of his side involvement in
the Lindbergh Kidnapping or because he spent 18 years in prison in
Alcatraz, but rather because of a far more serious matter in that he
wrote and mailed 50 copies of a letter critical of the administration
of the United States Chess Federation.

The fact that you would post this ridiculous suggestion shows your
unfitness to run for the board.

Sam Sloan
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"samsloan" wrote in message
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On Feb 28, 9:55 am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
Rob wrote:
On Feb 28, 7:56 am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
I posted this on the USCF Issues Forum as an alternative opening to
move
all of the cases toward settlement discussion.


Let's try this. This is not an offer, which would have to be made by
counsel.


1. All legal actions are discontinued with prejudice.
2. All parties, including Paul Truong, exchange mutual general releases
from all claims.
3. Polgar and Truong serve out their respective terms on the EB.
4. Polgar and Truong agree to close chessdiscussion and not maintain
any
similar discussion site.
5. Polgar and Truong agree that no anonymous posters will be allowed to
comment on any web site owned and/or controlled by them, their agents
or
assigns.
6. Polgar and Truong agree that after their EB terms expire, they will
resign from the USCF and agree not to become members of the USCF again
for a period of ten years.
7. A liquidated damages clause in the event the agreement is violated
by
any party to the agreement, with the determination of said violatiion
to
be heard by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration
Association. [this is new].


Should indictments of Polgar, Alexander and possibly others come down,
it is likely that there will be no settlement discussions. So, if
Polgar has any desire at all to resolve matters, now is the time for
her
attorney(s) to make a phone call. The door is closing quickly.


Remember what Vito Corelone told Michael when he was taking control of
the "family"? About who to watch and trust? This feels very familiar.


Rob "Which Mitch'


It's Sue's move.


It is not her move at all. Your proposed "settlement" is asinine and
ridiculous and nobody will agree to it, especially the part where they
serve out their terms which expire in August 2011. Also, nobody is
proposing to expel them from the USCF, especially since we have lots
of members in good standing who are mass murderers.

The only USCF member who has ever been expelled from membership was
Norman T. Whitaker and that was not because of his side involvement in
the Lindbergh Kidnapping or because he spent 18 years in prison in
Alcatraz, but rather because of a far more serious matter in that he
wrote and mailed 50 copies of a letter critical of the administration
of the United States Chess Federation.

The fact that you would post this ridiculous suggestion shows your
unfitness to run for the board.

Sam Sloan

It's Sue's move.



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On Feb 28, 10:42*am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
"samsloan" wrote in message

...
On Feb 28, 9:55 am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:





Rob wrote:
On Feb 28, 7:56 am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
I posted this on the USCF Issues Forum as an alternative opening to
move
all of the cases toward settlement discussion.


Let's try this. This is not an offer, which would have to be made by
counsel.


1. All legal actions are discontinued with prejudice.
2. All parties, including Paul Truong, exchange mutual general releases
from all claims.
3. Polgar and Truong serve out their respective terms on the EB.
4. Polgar and Truong agree to close chessdiscussion and not maintain
any
similar discussion site.
5. Polgar and Truong agree that no anonymous posters will be allowed to
comment on any web site owned and/or controlled by them, their agents
or
assigns.
6. Polgar and Truong agree that after their EB terms expire, they will
resign from the USCF and agree not to become members of the USCF again
for a period of ten years.
7. A liquidated damages clause in the event the agreement is violated
by
any party to the agreement, with the determination of said violatiion
to
be heard by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration
Association. [this is new].


Should indictments of Polgar, Alexander and possibly others come down,
it is likely that there will be no settlement discussions. So, if
Polgar has any desire at all to resolve matters, now is the time for
her
attorney(s) to make a phone call. The door is closing quickly.


Remember what Vito Corelone told Michael when he was taking control of
the "family"? About who to watch and trust? This feels very familiar.


Rob "Which Mitch'


It's Sue's move.


It is not her move at all. Your proposed "settlement" is asinine and
ridiculous and nobody will agree to it, especially the part where they
serve out their terms which expire in August 2011. Also, nobody is
proposing to expel them from the USCF, especially since we have lots
of members in good standing who are mass murderers.

The only USCF member who has ever been expelled from membership was
Norman T. Whitaker and that was not because of his side involvement in
the Lindbergh Kidnapping or because he spent 18 years in prison in
Alcatraz, but rather because of a far more serious matter in that he
wrote and mailed 50 copies of a letter critical of the administration
of the United States Chess Federation.

The fact that you would post this ridiculous suggestion shows your
unfitness to run for the board.

Sam Sloan

It's Sue's move.- Hide quoted text -

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--The fact that you would post this ridiculous suggestion shows your
unfitness to run for the board.

The fact that what you have posted about damn near anything shows your
unfitness.
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On Feb 28, 10:09*am, samsloan wrote:
On Feb 28, 9:55*am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:



Rob wrote:
On Feb 28, 7:56 am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
I posted this on the USCF Issues Forum as an alternative opening to move
all of the cases toward settlement discussion.


Let's try this. This is not an offer, which would have to be made by
counsel.


1. All legal actions are discontinued with prejudice.
2. All parties, including Paul Truong, exchange mutual general releases
from all claims.
3. Polgar and Truong serve out their respective terms on the EB.
4. Polgar and Truong agree to close chessdiscussion and not maintain any
similar discussion site.
5. Polgar and Truong agree that no anonymous posters will be allowed to
comment on any web site owned and/or controlled by them, their agents or
assigns.
6. Polgar and Truong agree that after their EB terms expire, they will
resign from the USCF and agree not to become members of the USCF again
for a period of ten years.
7. A liquidated damages clause in the event the agreement is violated by
any party to the agreement, with the determination of said violatiion to
be heard by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration
Association. [this is new].


Should indictments of Polgar, Alexander and possibly others come down,
it is likely that there will be no settlement discussions. *So, if
Polgar has any desire at all to resolve matters, now is the time for her
attorney(s) to make a phone call. *The door is closing quickly.


Remember what Vito Corelone told Michael when he was taking control of
the "family"? About who to watch and trust? This feels very familiar.


Rob "Which Mitch'


It's Sue's move.


It is not her move at all. Your proposed "settlement" is asinine and
ridiculous and nobody will agree to it, especially the part where they
serve out their terms which expire in August 2011. Also, nobody is
proposing to expel them from the USCF, especially since we have lots
of members in good standing who are mass murderers.

The only USCF member who has ever been expelled from membership was
Norman T. Whitaker and that was not because of his side involvement in
the Lindbergh Kidnapping or because he spent 18 years in prison in
Alcatraz, but rather because of a far more serious matter in that he
wrote and mailed 50 copies of a letter critical of the administration
of the United States Chess Federation.


What about Bobby Fischer?

The fact that you would post this ridiculous suggestion shows your
unfitness to run for the board.

Sam Sloan


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And another thing, nobody but you is asking them to close down
chessdiscussion.com

I believe in freedom speech and I check there every few days to see
what Susan and her sycophants are thinking. What is wrong with that?

Sam Sloan
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On Feb 28, 11:34*am, The Historian
wrote:
On Feb 28, 10:09*am, samsloan wrote:



On Feb 28, 9:55*am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:


Rob wrote:
On Feb 28, 7:56 am, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
I posted this on the USCF Issues Forum as an alternative opening to move
all of the cases toward settlement discussion.


Let's try this. This is not an offer, which would have to be made by
counsel.


1. All legal actions are discontinued with prejudice.
2. All parties, including Paul Truong, exchange mutual general releases
from all claims.
3. Polgar and Truong serve out their respective terms on the EB.
4. Polgar and Truong agree to close chessdiscussion and not maintain any
similar discussion site.
5. Polgar and Truong agree that no anonymous posters will be allowed to
comment on any web site owned and/or controlled by them, their agents or
assigns.
6. Polgar and Truong agree that after their EB terms expire, they will
resign from the USCF and agree not to become members of the USCF again
for a period of ten years.
7. A liquidated damages clause in the event the agreement is violated by
any party to the agreement, with the determination of said violatiion to
be heard by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration
Association. [this is new].


Should indictments of Polgar, Alexander and possibly others come down,
it is likely that there will be no settlement discussions. *So, if
Polgar has any desire at all to resolve matters, now is the time for her
attorney(s) to make a phone call. *The door is closing quickly.


Remember what Vito Corelone told Michael when he was taking control of
the "family"? About who to watch and trust? This feels very familiar.

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samsloan wrote:
And another thing, nobody but you is asking them to close down
chessdiscussion.com

I believe in freedom speech and I check there every few days to see
what Susan and her sycophants are thinking. What is wrong with that?

Sam Sloan

I suppose chessdiscussion could be kept open as long as there are no
anonymous posters allowed.

There are lots of ways to structure a settlement. All they have to do
is come to the table with their attorneys and negotiate in good faith.
This could all be wrapped up in a week or two.
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