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Old December 16th 11, 04:44 PM posted to rec.games.chess.politics
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I have learned from a press source that when the Secret Service
executed a search warrant on Alexander's property in Jan. 2009, they
did not know about or find the multiple hard drives Alexander had
burried in his backyard. Those were turned over later during
negotiations for a plea deal.

Questions:
1. Why should anyone assume that all incriminating materials have been
turned over to the feds by Alexander?
2. Why should anyone assume that Polgar turned over all materials
demanded in discovery regarding her relationship with Alexander prior
to settlement?
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On Dec 16, 9:44*am, BLafferty wrote:
I have learned from a press source that when the Secret Service
executed a search warrant on Alexander's property in Jan. 2009, they
did not know about or find the multiple hard drives Alexander had
burried in his backyard. Those were turned over later during
negotiations for a plea deal.

Questions:
1. Why should anyone assume that all incriminating materials have been
turned over to the feds by Alexander?
2. Why should anyone assume that Polgar turned over all materials
demanded in discovery regarding her relationship with Alexander prior
to settlement?


Your obsession with Polgar is loopy. Remember YOU SETTLED with
Polgar and her husband Paul. I really don't see what if anything you
have to do with Alexander. Unless you are an aggrieved party harmed
directly by Alexander's hacking I suspect the judge will pitch your
statement in the ol' shredder -- you don't get two bites at the apple
ie you settled with Polar and Paul in their case against the USCF,
now you can't continue to hound Polgar through a back door case via
Alexander. Given that it was NOT your account that was hacked, and
given that you are NOT a board member then or now of the USCF I fail
to see how you were harmed. Fine all of us understand you detest
Polgar and Paul, we get that, but when it comes to Alexander I
seriously doubt you even have legal standing in that case, and
second you agreed to settle your claims in Polgar's case.

This is a MISDEMEANOR hacking offense for which the recommended
sentence is PROBATION. I seriously fault your logic. If the Feds
recommend find a MISDEMEANOR offense and recommend PROBATION I
seriously doubt the USCF can blow this up beyond that in its civil
case against Alexander. Again it comes down to TIME and MONEY. USCF
has settled its case with Susan and Paul, and all that remains is the
case against Alexander, which has been cut down to a MISDEMEANOR
hacking offense for which the recommended sentence is PROBATION.

It is time to give up the ghost, and allow everyone to get on with
their lives.
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On Dec 16, 7:32*pm, Bobcat wrote:
On Dec 16, 9:44*am, BLafferty wrote:

I have learned from a press source that when the Secret Service
executed a search warrant on Alexander's property in Jan. 2009, they
did not know about or find the multiple hard drives Alexander had
burried in his backyard. Those were turned over later during
negotiations for a plea deal.


Questions:
1. Why should anyone assume that all incriminating materials have been
turned over to the feds by Alexander?
2. Why should anyone assume that Polgar turned over all materials
demanded in discovery regarding her relationship with Alexander prior
to settlement?


Your obsession with *Polgar is loopy. Remember YOU *SETTLED with
Polgar and her husband Paul. I really don't see what if anything you
have to do *with *Alexander. Unless you are an *aggrieved party harmed
directly by Alexander's hacking I suspect the judge will pitch your
statement in the ol' shredder -- you don't get two bites at the apple
ie you settled with *Polar and Paul in their case against the *USCF,
now you can't continue to *hound Polgar through a back door case via
Alexander. Given that it was NOT your account that was hacked, and
given that you are NOT a board member then or now of the USCF I fail
to *see how you were harmed. Fine all of us understand you detest
Polgar and Paul, we get that, but when it comes to *Alexander I
seriously doubt you *even have legal standing *in that case, *and
second you agreed to settle your claims in Polgar's case.

This is a MISDEMEANOR hacking offense for which the recommended
sentence is PROBATION. I seriously fault your logic. If the Feds
recommend find a MISDEMEANOR offense and recommend PROBATION I
seriously doubt the USCF can blow this up beyond that *in its civil
case against Alexander. Again it comes down to TIME and MONEY. *USCF
has settled its case with Susan and Paul, and all that remains is *the
case against Alexander, which *has been *cut down to a MISDEMEANOR
hacking offense for which the recommended sentence is *PROBATION.

It is time to give up the ghost, and allow everyone to get on with
their lives.

Thank you for sharing.
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On Dec 16, 11:44*am, BLafferty wrote:
I have learned from a press source that when the Secret Service
executed a search warrant on Alexander's property in Jan. 2009, they
did not know about or find the multiple hard drives Alexander had
burried in his backyard. Those were turned over later during
negotiations for a plea deal.

Questions:
1. Why should anyone assume that all incriminating materials have been
turned over to the feds by Alexander?
2. Why should anyone assume that Polgar turned over all materials
demanded in discovery regarding her relationship with Alexander prior
to settlement?


For the stupid history repeats: after months of pompous grandstanding
by Administrative Law Clerk Brian Laughingstock about the dire
punishment awaiting Greg Alexander for having commited the chess crime
of the century, the case is laughed out of court when Alexander pleads
guilty to a face saving single misdemeanor and receives probation,
reducing Laughingstock to allegations of the same sort of vague
hypothetical slander that led to the ridiculous prosecution in the
first place. ****brain.



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On Dec 17, 7:33*am, Your smrat ® wrote:
On Dec 16, 11:44*am, BLafferty wrote:

I have learned from a press source that when the Secret Service
executed a search warrant on Alexander's property in Jan. 2009, they
did not know about or find the multiple hard drives Alexander had
burried in his backyard. Those were turned over later during
negotiations for a plea deal.


Questions:
1. Why should anyone assume that all incriminating materials have been
turned over to the feds by Alexander?
2. Why should anyone assume that Polgar turned over all materials
demanded in discovery regarding her relationship with Alexander prior
to settlement?


For the stupid history repeats: after months of pompous grandstanding
by Administrative Law Clerk Brian Laughingstock about the dire
punishment awaiting Greg Alexander for having commited the chess crime
of the century, the case is laughed out of court when Alexander pleads
guilty to a face saving single misdemeanor and receives probation,
reducing Laughingstock to allegations of the same sort of vague
hypothetical slander that led to the ridiculous prosecution in the
first place. ****brain.

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