[Vision2020] RE: An unpleasant subject
thansen at moscow.com
Mon Oct 10 17:22:59 PDT 2005
Yes. Thank you, Ms. Swan.
I strongly encourage, as I did when somebody chalked "Hitler Youth" onto the
sidewalk outside of NSA, reporting incidents as these to the Moscow Police
If similar incidents continue to occur, it will reflect that Moscow has a
problem with vandalism and that something MUST be done about it.
Instead of pointing fingers from blog sites or murmuring unsubstantiated
allegations from the V2020 listserve, we should report these incidents to
local law enforcement agencies and support those who do report these
We are a community. Let's act like one.
"If not us, who?
If not now, when?"
From: vision2020-bounces at moscow.com [mailto:vision2020-bounces at moscow.com]
On Behalf Of bjswan at moscow.com
Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 4:02 PM
To: vision2020 at moscow.com
Subject: [Vision2020] RE: An unpleasant subject
Please forgive me for writing incomplete posts. Trying to write emails on a
cell phone is a challenge. Anyway, on Wednesday night, Sept. 28, my car
was also 'Dog-Pooped' while parked in the 700 block of South Main Street. I
originally thought it was a random prank, but now hearing about the same
prank on others is troublesome. I've had nothing to do with any problem at
WSU. However, it seems like I have been on the same side of the NSA
controversy with Melynda. Perhaps this has also triggered the recent
threatening letters and emails to me also. If this is happening to others,
I strongly suggest calling Officer Tom of the MPD. It is unfortunate that
these acts of vandalism happen in Moscow. Perhaps to move on from this
divisiveness, could we all just agree to tell the truth and play by the
rules? Didn't we learn that in kindergarten?
B. J. Swanson
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