From: "Mark Probert-February 29, 2004" <Mark [email protected]> Newsgroups: misc.health.alternative Sent: Monday, March 01, 2004 7:54 AM Subject: Re: snipping to change meaning, and misattributing > "toby jones" <[email protected]> wrote in message > news:[email protected]... > > > > > Exactl;y the point. Jan snips to change meaning. > > > > > > > > She did not make that post and never even saw it. > > > > > > So she claims. However, she has intentionally snipped to change meaning inthe past, and has a > > > long track record of doing so. > > > > > > You can choose to beleive her, if you wish, but, AFAIAC, she has the credibility of George W. > > > Bush. > > > > At the time the statement was made, I thought that it would be easily shown and proven. > > Apparently not? > > > > Then is there any way to settle it, - to verify whether the post was or was not made from her > > computer? > > > > Here is a link to the post in question: > > > > http://tinyurl.com/2gte5 > > > > > p://groups.google.com/groups?q=cyberstalker+*gang*+group:misc.health.alternative&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF- > 8&group=misc.health.alternative&selm=20040224195154.19410.00000370%40mb-m16.aol.com&rnum=2 > > I choose not to go wade through a thread with Janian drivel all over the place. I havce seen her > snip to change meaning too many times to have the slightest doubt about her antics. > > Look at the way she sips out a portion of the charter. Read the entire paragraph and see how the > meaning is changed. I have posted it several times. Look it up. My concern is this: Regardless of the post that was in question, it would be helpful for future discussions if there were a way of verifying the truth as to whether or not a post was made by the apparent author or by someone else, should the question arise. During any discussion, the claim might be made that "I did not make that post", when it appears to be from that person. If there is no way of verifying the truth, serious discussion is impaired. Ultimately, anyone could say anything and then deny it, and no-one would know. But if that is how it is, then it is helpful to know that is so.