Of course, never heard anything from the EODSA. Interesting that they will use emails
sent to them as evidence against anyone, but won't respond to a requested receipt to an
email. Antiquated reasoning, isn't it? Email is legal, as has been shown in court. Just
another nail in their awaiting coffin.
- Subject: These foolish things, V
- Date: Wed, 06 Oct 1999 10:06:55 -0400
- From: Paul Dickins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Organization: mattoid, INK
- To: email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com
- Ms Keith, EODSA:
- It is plain that because the EODSA had called in the Police prior to the hearing there
is a clear case that the EODSA preempted their judgement. In other words, the hearing was
a farce. As I pointed out in my previous email, there were inaccuracies in the letter from
Wittenberg, Manager of the Ottawa Internationals SRII team, to the supposed authorities,
the OCSL. These statements were not clarified or amended prior to the EODSA contacting, in
the end fruitlessly, the Ottawa-Carleton Police.
- As I have previously mentioned, the Police will not pursue the matter any further.
- However, it is not pleasant to have a visit from anyone whilst dressed in one's
- Unless I receive an adequate response within five working days I will seek legal
advisement concerning the above delineated action taken by the EODSA. This action clearly
included an outside party and that will quite likely allow me to pursue damages.
- Paul Dickins
- Computer technology and Association Football