Time: Tue Dec 16 22:21:52 1997
To: protech@frugal.com
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLF: APB on Roger D. Cravens [sic]
Bcc: sls
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Cravens very likely has critical information.

The local Sheriffs can make their own
determinations of probable cause.

The tainted serum, inoculated into GI's
headed for the Gulf War, was developed
at CDC.  Senator Reigle testified to this,
before a Senate Subcomittee.  Cravens
worked at CDC when I confronted him,
via the Internet.  That confrontation
contributed to a crisis within CDC, based
on all available evidence.

The U.S. Court of Claims saw a huge
number of amendments to their local rules,
several years ago, in anticipation of a
huge influx of wrongful death claims --
from a government inoculation program.

Need I say any more?

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress,
Private Attorney General,
Counselor at Law

p.s.  You may want to re-read the APB,
which contains the essential details.

At 09:16 PM 12/16/97 -0800, you wrote:
>The ex local talk show, of the 7:00 to 9:00 pm slot on Seattle's 
>KVI, Floyd Brown at Floyd_Brown@msn.com   here in Tacoma is the 
>one who has done whole shows with each of these people.  
>I honestly would not know how to contact them, or know if they 
>have ever been in contact with a Roger Cravens.  I've seen that 
>name on MANY posts in the two years I've been internetting.  
>I'm not sure from your note exactly why he's so wanted?  
>Paul Andrew Mitchell wrote:
>> I don't know if anyone checked with them yet.
>> Can you?  I am going as fast as I can here,
>> with an empty tank.
>> /s/ Paul Mitchell,
>> Candidate for Congress
>> http://supremelaw.com
>> At 08:50 PM 12/16/97 -0800, you wrote:
>> >Dearest Paul (ever so polite)  did anyone check with
>> >Nurse Joyce Riley or Len Horowitz, D.M.D.??   Hmmmm
>> >
>> >
>> >> >        ALL POINTS BULLETIN:
>> >> >
>> >> >     Roger D. Cravens -- WANTED
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >This is to inform you that the Internet user
>> >> >who goes by the name of Roger D. Cravens [sic] is now
>> >> >wanted for questioning in connection with the
>> >> >development, and administration, of a tainted
>> >> >serum while he was employed by the Centers for
>> >> >Disease Control ("CDC") in Atlanta, Georgia state.

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