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Email Received Regarding my Article about Denise Lieberman
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 Randal M. Bundy - 07 September 2015


(blue script is my response to his email which is reproduced here in black)
ashley yates + Denise Lieberman
Denise Liberman (On right)
I have recieved a somewhat unusual series of e-mail's from a person identifying himself and his email appears to confirm: George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com> as being the sender. However since skilled hackers can fairly easily forge email headings to appear to be from whomever they want,  I can not say for certain if it is authentic.  I am publishing it here as part of my "Letters to the Editor" series for several reason:  
(1) becasue the subject matter involves the "Black Lives Matter" group which has been in the news of late and 
(2) becasue in many ways the matter also involves another topic of interest which is the First Amendment, which as we all know, The "Black Lives Matter" folks capitalize upon while also trying to denying their opposition the same rights, that they themselves demand.    In my case as a News Publisher, Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press are not only essetial in my business but are also considered "Sacred" bu most of us. The essense of a free society is are these two rights above all others included in "The Bill of Rights".  At a point in all of these emails sent by this person they stated the following:


"This e-mail, including any files attached to it, is for the personal and confidential use of the recipient named above only. It may be an attorney-client communication, and as such is privileged and confidential. If the reader is not the named recipient or an agent responsible for delivering it to them, it has been received in error, and any review, dissemination, distribution, or copying of it is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately by telephone at (314) 324-6560 and destroy the message and any attached files. Thank you. - George L. Lenard - 7232 Shaftesbury Avenue, University City, MO 63130 - 314-324-6560 - gll@hdfh.com"

Well now George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com> I don't play that game and since I probably know more about "Constitutional Law" and "Case Law"  involving the 1st Amendment I will publish whatever is sent me by email or by traditional mail.  I am a Reporter / Journalist / Commentator / Photographer and Publisher and anything that anyone sends me is therefore subject to being published.  If a person sends me an email and they somehow think it is "Private" then they do not possess much of a degree of common sense.  It is the same thing as if a person agrees to an interview with a News Reporter.  Be forwarned you may not like the way the News Reporter presents his take of the interview and what you said.  Therefore to be on the safe side, so not grant interviews with News Reporters.  Personally I myself do not accept interviews and have been requested by some of the leading TV and Print News Reporters and often they offered to pay for the interview, sorry I am not interested.  However if I ever do, then I have not right to complain or object to how the interview went.  So if in fact all of these Emails are legitimately coming from who they proport to be from, sorry George I don't play that game of Self Sensorship. It appears to me that his core motive behind all these emails is perhaps to intimidate me, or provoke me in some way, which I might add is a typical tactic of the radical leftists and the racists "Black Lives Matter" group.  However in all of this remember that it was he who contacted me first and as in probably 90 percent of the email I recieve, it may actually end up either in full being reporduced on my "Letters to the Editor" section here or commented on in an article pertaining to the subject matter the person wrote me about.

Now in the emails this person apparently was offended by the decription I published regarding one, "Denise Liberman" (see photograph above) so when I reproduced the persons comments I initially had presented them in a form where I would comment on what he said, at the end of his paragraph.  However I have now decided to change that to present each of his emails in sequence along with my reply and comments and will add any comment's I have at the end of each.  My comments and emails will still be in Blue and his will be in black.

So I here reproduce the emails and my reply and any comments I made.  Howeve at some point it become clear to me that their appears to be something wrong with this person and his behavior seems to resemble something more like Stalking and obsession of some fort.  So on the final email I make it clear that I and my staff have no more time to spend on this matter, since there is News Occuring World wide that we need to be covering and just don; thave any more time for this.  I believe I also said that I would not be recieving any more email from him or I might have mentioned that I would block any furhter communications.  Whatever it was the point is clear to me and all sain people that we do have the 1st Amendment Right of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press and certainly anyone who might be offended by my exerting those rights has an equal right to simply NOT read anything I write or print.  
Randal M. Bundy, Editor RMB News Report and RMB NewsCorp

1st Email Recieved:  

Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    09/02/2015 (07:54:13 PM UTC)
From    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>
To    "RMBundy@RMBNewsReport.com" <RMBundy@rmbnewsreport.com>

While looking for contact information for Denise Lieberman, I ran across your offensive and misinformed page about her: http://www.rmbnewsreport.com/DeniseLibermanAndHerInvolvmentInFurgusonMissouriCivilUnrest.html
 
I particularly object to this: “If you saw her in a crowd of protestors, you would not have figured she even would be a University Graduate.”

What do you know about the educational attainments of #blacklivesmatter activists in the St. Louis area and around the country? Do you assume they lack college degrees or even advanced degrees? You would assume incorrectly. I know many who are highly educated, including other lawyers, elected officials, teachers, corporate managers, advanced-level nurses, college professors, and much more. In contrast, your Google+ shows you “Attended University of Cincinnati.“ Attended usually means didn’t graduate, so I’ll assume you’re a college dropout choosing to cast aspersions on people based on false presumptions of their lack of education!

And I also take offense at this: “She looks more like an ugly little imature [sic] bratty school boy.  Her appearance is much different through out [sic] various photographs of her that I have.“

Aside from the gratuitous insult about personal appearance (which I could easily rebut with comments about your website photo, but won’t), I miss your point completely. Do you expect a lawyer who chooses to exercise First Amendment rights by joining in peaceful protests to do so dressed as if for court? Why so?

Lastly, you say, “When it comes to Furguson [sic] Missouri and most of the civil unrest, behind it all you will always find ertain [sic] people.  Just "follow the money" or in this case, just look for the professional "Money Sniffers" and you will find that in Ferguson they have caught the scent of money to be made from the Death of Michael Brown and the rest of the Black Community.”

I guess you know something about Denise getting rich from her #blacklivesmatter activism? I don’t know for a fact about her, but I do know that choosing civil rights or public interest law places one at the bottom of the greatly varied attorney pay scale. http://work.chron.com/salary-lawyer-based-field-law-5096.html

Have a good day, and in the future please try to be more accurate and objective in your reporting on what claims to be “an International News and Broadcasting Corporation” website. None of the above points even remotely qualifies as news reporting! Proofread too!
 
George Lenard

E-Mail Reply From Randal M. Bundy

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    09/04/2015 (12:20:57 AM UTC)
From    rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com
To    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>

thank you for your email response to one of my article, of which my reply can be found at http://www.rmbnewsus.com/  and at http://www.rmbnewsreport.com/EmailReceivedRegardingMyArticleAboutDeniseLieberman.html
Randal M. Bundy, Editor RMB News Report

Following is the original Article which I refered to in the above email reply:

His comments (in black) and my reply (in blue)
While looking for contact information for Denise Lieberman, I ran across your offensive and misinformed page about her: Denise Liberman And Her Involvment In Furguson Missouri Civil Unrest
 
I particularly object to this: “If you saw her in a crowd of protestors, you would not have figured she even would be a University Graduate.”

{What I actually said in the article was:  It might be hard to believe when looking at this image of Denise Liberman that she is a Law School Graduate, presumably has passed the State Bar Exam and is a Practicing Lawyer.  If you saw her in a crowd of protestors, you would not have figured she even would be a University Graduate, as seen in this photograph of her dressed like the protestors and with hair pulled back and a ball cap on.  She looks more like an ugly little immature bratty school boy.  Her appearance is much different through out various photographs of her that I have.}

What do you know about the educational attainments of #blacklivesmatter activists in the St. Louis area and around the country? Do you assume they lack college degrees or even advanced degrees? You would assume incorrectly. I know many who are highly educated, including other lawyers, elected officials, teachers, corporate managers, advanced-level nurses, college professors, and much more. In contrast, your Google+ shows you “Attended University of Cincinnati.“ Attended usually means didn’t graduate, so I’ll assume you’re a college dropout choosing to cast aspersions on people based on false presumptions of their lack of education!

Actually I have two degrees, but it doesn't really matter what you think, nor what you have concluded from viewing a google page since google does not even have a category for graduates, they only ask what university you have attended.  So therefore your conclusions regarding my university degree was premature and is incorrect.  Being a Lawyer yourself you should remember what they teach in first year Law School, "Never ask the question that you don't already know what the answer is".  They also teach "never to presume anything at all".  However any of us who are familiar with cross examination will have already recognized you febal cross examination tactic in you statement.  Or perhaps ignorance on your part might be explained by your lack of paying attention while in class.  So in case you also were not paying attention when I first said it,  I have two degrees, but Google does not ask that on their bio page.

As for your further inference that university degrees alone are somehow an indications of superior qualifications, I can name quite a few people with advanced university degrees who are totally insane, incompetent and also homicidal maniacs, as well as total idiots.


Lets start with  Theodore John "Ted" Kaczynski, also known as the "Unabomber
Theodore John "Ted" Kaczynski, also known as the "Unabomber"
Ted Kaczynski  is a Graduate of Harvard University and University of Michigan.  He was a University Professor of Mathematics and as such was a PhD whose title would be "Doctor".  Kaczynski was born and raised in Evergreen Park, Illinois. While growing up in Evergreen Park he was a child prodigy, excelling academically from an early age. Kaczynski was accepted into Harvard University at the age of 16, where he earned an undergraduate degree. He subsequently earned a PhD in mathematics from the University of Michigan. He became an assistant professor at the University of California, Berkeley in 1967 at age 25. He resigned two years later. 

Now let’s also consider Fidel Castro who was a graduate of University of Havana where he studies Law and before his Career as a Revolutionary he was in fact a practicing Lawyer, although not a very good one from what I hear.
Fidel Castro


I could continue on and on and actually write a book about this, but I think I have made my point well.


{The #blacklivesmatter activists around the country are Racists and who one at least one co-founder has called for killing of Police Officers and Whites in general, presumably also including white children.  We are in this country now seeing a spike in Racial assaults against White people and killings of Police Officers, all of which can be directly tied to the #blacklivesmatter movement.  The reason this organization along with the New Black Panthers and other Black Power Groups or Black Supremist Groups are not being Prosecuted in as we all know Obama is actually in sympathy and in league with them and has appointed his racists head the Justice Department.}

And I also take offense at this: “She looks more like an ugly little imature [sic] bratty school boy.  Her appearance is much different through out [sic] various photographs of her that I have.“

{My reason for including the description which the email writer sends, is because she does not represent an image publicly or in court as that which I would expect someone who respects either the dignity of the court or the occupation she presently holds, nor does she appear to dress in a manner representing an image of one who has any degree of higher education.  Nor does she even dress in a manner that could be even remotely considered "Lady Like" according to the educated people whom I am used to seeing and socializing with.  However if she wanted to look like a female street gang member, she has achieved that.  Perhaps I will write an article about Female Street Gangs and my readers too might mistake Denise Lieberman, attorney at Law as being one of her defendants whom she might represent in court.}

Aside from the gratuitous insult about personal appearance (which I could easily rebut with comments about your website photo, but won’t), I miss your point completely. Do you expect a lawyer who chooses to exercise First Amendment rights by joining in peaceful protests to do so dressed as if for court? Why so?

Randal M. Bundy RMB News Report RMB Report
{Regarding my attire on my website image, at least I am wearing a suit and tie and don‘t look like a street thug.  What I see and most other people see is a Nice grey suit, silk tie, red of course and a white shirt but what all that proves is that anyone can actually afford to dress nicely so as to make a proper appearance in public.  However none of what I am wearing in this photo was very expensive but I could have walked into any court room as a trial attorney and won over a jury and thus take my client out for lunch after having won him or her an acquittal.}

Lastly, you say, “When it comes to Furguson [sic] Missouri and most of the civil unrest, behind it all you will always find ertain [sic] people.  Just "follow the money" or in this case, just look for the professional "Money Sniffers" and you will find that in Ferguson they have caught the scent of money to be made from the Death of Michael Brown and the rest of the Black Community.”

I guess you know something about Denise getting rich from her #blacklivesmatter activism? I don’t know for a fact about her, but I do know that choosing civil rights or public interest law places one at the bottom of the greatly varied attorney pay scale. http://work.chron.com/salary-lawyer-based-field-law-5096.html

Regarding Money, I also remember reading a news report about the Ferguson Rioters,  #blacklivesmatter and organizers who were suing one of George Soros fake activist organizations who hired the "Rent-A-Mobs" that pass themselves off as legitimate civil rights activists. Perhaps Denise Lieberman too was contracted and financed by one of George Soros’ organizations.  After all one of the very important classes in law school details how a young lawyer can actually make money in peddling there wears and how they can get clients.
 
Have a good day, and in the future please try to be more accurate and objective in your reporting on what claims to be “an International News and Broadcasting Corporation” website. None of the above points even remotely qualifies as news reporting! Proofread too!

George Lenard

You also failed to recognize that it is also mentioned News and Commentaries.  As for accurate and objective, you did not site any particular example of anything other than facts accumulated which reflects my opinion  but thank you for the effort and thank you for the email and most important thank you for presenting me with this opportunity to touch upon this topic once again.

Randal M. Bundy, Editor RMB News Report


Email From George Lenard:

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    09/04/2015 (03:16:29 AM UTC)
From    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>
To    "RMBundy@RMBNewsReport.com" <rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com>

Thank you sir. I have a clean suit, shirt, and tie I will be sure to wear next time I protest for free against oppression of black people and police brutality!

Sent from my HTC

E-Mail Reply From Randal M. Bundy

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    09/04/2015 (05:39:20 AM UTC)
From    rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com
To    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>

you might find that you enjoy wearing ties, silk is preferred and red is always commanding of respect and gives one a feeling of power.  After a while you will actually prefer wearing a suit and tie.  It took me a long time to actually get use to it, since I grew up wearing Jeans and a tee shirt. Good luck out the in the streets but do be careful, you do want to actually live long enough to outgrow all that misguided shit you've been taught in high school and university.   They say if you are under 30 years old and are not a leftist liberal then you don't have a heart, but if you are 30 or over and you are still a leftist liberal, then you don't have a brain. Live long enough to find out that I am right.  - Randal M. Bundy

Email From George Lenard:

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    09/04/2015 (10:36:19 AM UTC)
From    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>
To    "RMBundy@RMBNewsReport.com" <rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com>

Fuck you.

Sent from my HTC

E-Mail Reply From Randal M. Bundy

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    09/04/2015 (11:59:03 AM UTC)
From    rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com
To    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>

Spoken as a true Scholar, thank you!  I didn't know you were so sensitive about Red Silk ties.
Randal M. Bundy


Email From George Lenard:

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    09/04/2015 (10:49:53 AM UTC)
From    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>
To    "RMBundy@RMBNewsReport.com" <rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com>

I was a "leftist liberal" before 25, more conservative (middle of the road to you) from 25 to about 45, and swung back proportionately left as the GOP, for which I had voted at some critical times such as 1984 and 2000, went absolutely off the deep right end. Then swung back harder and harder with circumstances until police brutality outrages captured my attention and I began fighting for racial justice in education as a member of a local school board in a black - majority district a few miles from Ferguson in 2014.

Suit and tie feel nice because they reinforce privilege. Wear rarely because rarely feel need to leverage power of age, race, and gender. The special, unearned respect flows anyway, especially when these unearned advantages combine with the ability to connect personally with people and speak persuasively, honestly and directly.

You, however, continued to stoop to name calling, though milder. And I'm perfectly safe when I protest. I'd have to be really bad, given my privileges, to be arrested and do not feel threatened by the feared dangerousness of black anger or criminality.

Sent from my HTC

E-Mail Reply From Randal M. Bundy

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    09/04/2015 (04:11:39 PM UTC)
From    rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com
To    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>

Thank you again George for your last email - of Which I can refer you to my page:
http://www.rmbnewsreport.com/EmailReceivedRegardingMyArticleAboutDeniseLieberman.html
where I think I there addres your questions and statements.
Take Care - Randal M. Bundy, Editor

Below is my comments form this ppage where I address his comments,  again  
I decided to comment at the end of each paragraph his is below in black and my reply in Blue)

I was a "leftist liberal" before 25, more conservative (middle of the road to you) from 25 to about 45, and swung back proportionately left as the GOP, for which I had voted at some critical times such as 1984 and 2000, went absolutely off the deep right end. Then swung back harder and harder with circumstances until police brutality outrages captured my attention and I began fighting for racial justice in education as a member of a local school board in a black - majority district a few miles from Ferguson in 2014.

The GOP (Republican Party) is not necessarily Conservative, as we all know.  This is because that party, just like the Democrat party has been infiltrated by Leftists, Liberals, and Progressives for quite some time.  We see presently a struggle between the right and the left within the Republican Party.  So when people confuse the two sides of the Republican Party,  the Conservatives Brach with the progressive-liberal branch, this is where the mistake begin.

I Grew up in a Democrat Family myself, which was traditional at the time in Kentucky.  However that was long before the Leftists, Liberals, Progressives and generally the Hippy freaks of the 1960's took over the democrat party and reshaped it into "The Anti-American Party" that it is today.  Prior to that the Democrats were far more conservative and pro-American that it is today.  As Ronald Regan Said, "I did not leave the Democrat Party, the Democrat Party left me".

As for police brutality and the protestors, Rioters and the Black Lives Matter and the New Black Panthers, I have a separate article about that which I will post the link to, as it has not yet been published, but be by the end of the day.

George, You mention above,  "racial justice in education" and I also have an article regarding that which will also be available later this afternoon.  In brief I do want to point out that although GOD may have created man equal, he did not guarantee the outcome.  If a man or woman work hard, or study hard, they do have the opportunity to excel in this country and a chance at upward mobility, but people do have to actually work at it.  there is not privilege afforded anyone, and this includes any of the mythical “White Privilege“ that is being taught by the leftists and their Black Racist Allies. As a society we can not inspire people to work hard or study hard by granting special exceptions and privileges to some because of the color of their skin while discriminating against others for the color of their skin.  What I am talking about here is holding Black people to a lower standard in education than white students. That is not going to better our society as a whole, nor is it going to better the black community as a whole and certainly will not be good for the country. It is the same within the black community in regard to crimes being committed.  The movement that you do seem to be supporting, “Black Lives Matter” seems to be expecting for laws to be applied differently for black people than it is for the rest of society.

 I also note by the name itself, Black Lives Matter” as a pretty good indication of that organizations Racist which is at the core of it’s agenda.  How about an organization named, “All Lives Matter” and start with the Abortion Industry, which incidentally targets the Black Community more than they do any other Race or Ethnic Groups.  However we hear nothing about that from “Black Lives Matter”.  We also hear nothing from “Black Lives Matter” regarding the fact the majority of Black people who are being slaughtered in every city in the United States, are being slaughtered BY BLACK PEOPLE.  We also hear absolutely nothing from any so called civil rights group when it is white people being slaughtered by Black people.  As a matter of fact Black Lives Matter participants and organizers have publicly called for “Killing of Police Officers and White people in General.  You expect some sort of sympathy from me?  It would be sympathy for the devil himself and that is just NOT going to happen.


Suit and tie feel nice because they reinforce privilege. Wear rarely because rarely feel need to leverage power of age, race, and gender. The special, unearned respect flows anyway, especially when these unearned advantages combine with the ability to connect personally with people and speak persuasively, honestly and directly.

George a suit and tie does not reinforce privilege, that is all a bunch of the same kind of white privilege nonsense that is presently being peddled by the leftists and their Black Racist allies.  It is a fact that we are judged by several things in life, including the way we present ourselves to other people in society or in the case of an attorney and their client, the way they present themselves in court.  Like it or not, that is just the way people are.  We are also known by the company we keep. Additionally a suit and tie have nothing to do with race, ethnicity or even education, but it is reflective of rather the person really cares about how people perceive them or not.  It may very well be true that cloths don't make the man, but it certainly can't hurt when you are serious about business or life in general and besides it also instill confidence and presents an professional appearance.  In the business world one can get much further wearing a nice suit and tie rather than a black hoody.  I still wear jeans and a tee shirt for leisure, but not when it comes to business.  Otherwise no one would take me serious and I too would not take anyone serious unless the presented themselves properly.  Race, Ethnicity and Educational Level have nothing to do with it.

You mention "unearned respect" and "unearned advantages"  all are key words for blame the white man, hate the white man, discriminate against the white man at will because of the color of his skin. I and most people I know who have become successful did NOT come from privilege.  My family is directly from underprivileged Appalachian Coal Miners and Farmers in South Central Kentucky.  If you want to see poverty, visit anywhere in Appalachia and you can't miss it. 


You, however, continued to stoop to name calling, though milder. And I'm perfectly safe when I protest. I'd have to be really bad, given my privileges, to be arrested and do not feel threatened by the feared dangerousness of black anger or criminality.

Sent from my HTC

Regarding to name calling, well it is really not name calling, it is observation and opinion and like I have always said, get over it, develop a thicker layer of skin or just like the little dogs, stay on the porch.  The rest of the babble is hardly worth commenting on, except to say that from a Law School Graduate I might expect a something a little more scholarly than that.

Randal M. Bundy, Editor RMB News Report - 04 September 2015


Email From George Lenard:

RE: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    09/04/2015 (06:48:23 PM UTC)
From    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>
To    "rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com" <rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com>

You have made numerous unsupported statements. I ask that you continue posting this dialogue, in full, including all of the following points:
 
From http://www.rmbnewsreport.com/EmailReceivedRegardingMyArticleAboutDeniseLieberman.html
 
“As for your further inference that degree alone are indications of superior [sic] or qualifications, I can name quite a few people with Higher Education that were totally insane, incompetent and were also homicidal maniacs, as well as total idiots,” citing Unabomber and Castro.
 
I never intended such inference be drawn. I agree it is unsupported if you mean superior intellect. It often does mean superior knowledge. It certainly means superior qualifications for most jobs in the eyes of employers. You raised the issue of education and appearance, suggesting most protesters are uneducated.
 
You name exceptions to the notion that post-secondary education generally correlates with superior intellect, knowledge, and qualifications. Faulty logic. Exceptions often prove the rule. They do here.
 
"The #blacklivesmatter activists around the country are Racists"
 
How do you define "racist" and what is your evidence? For example, what evidence do you have that I match whatever definition you provide?
 
“at least one co-founder has called for killing of Police Officers and Whites in general, presumably also including white children.
 
Of whom do you speak (name)? What is your evidence? Do you realize if your statement is knowingly false or you show you do not care about its truth or falsity you are defaming this person?
 
We are in this country now seeing a spike in Racial assaults against White people and killings of Police Officers,
 
What is your evidence? How do you judge an assault to be a “racial assault”? Do you mean black assailant, white victim, or actual evidence of racial motivation (i.e., hatred of whites in general)
 
all of which can be directly tied to the #blacklivesmatter movement.
 
What is your evidence? For example, do you have a graph showing spikes at particular points corresponding to #blacklivesmatter events?
 
“The reason this organization along with the New Black Panthers and other Black Power Groups or Black Supremist Groups are not being Prosecuted in as we all know Obama is actually in sympathy and in league with them and has appointed his racists head the Justice Department.”
 
No, we don’t “all know” that. I don’t.
 
Are you aware of specific evidence of crimes by these groups or their members? Have you referred them to Justice for prosecution? What response? What about state attorney general or local state prosecutor (e.g., state’s attorney, prosecuting attorney, names vary by state)?
 
To what “black supremacist” groups do you refer? Do they have websites? I am not aware of any such groups openly advocating blacks as superior. I know of plenty advocating blacks no longer be treated as inferior. But I imagine despite volumes of statistics, you are in denial that this is how they are treated.
 
 
“My reason for including the description which the email writer sends, is because she does not represent an image publicly or in court as that which I would expect someone who respects either the dignity of the court or the occupation she presently holds”
 
Have you seen her in court or photos thereof? Do I disrespect the dignity of the legal profession every time I publicly wear jeans, t-shirt and/or ball cap, regardless of time or place? Maybe in the America of, say 1940, but not in 2015!
 
“(Regarding my attire on my website image, at least I am wearing a suit and tie and don‘t look like a street thug}”
 
Since you invite comment, which I had withheld, I wasn’t paying attention to suit and tie. It does keep you from looking like a “street thug” (though your skin color does that automatically!) No, you have a vacant look in your eyes and a sneer that suggest to me a sociopath and/or an unhappy, hateful person. But I don’t judge a book by its cover. By the way, what is the meaning to you of those symbols in red?
 
Nice grey suit, silk tie, red of course, white shirt but what all that proves is that anyone can actually afford to dress nicely, as none of what I am wearing in this photo was very expensive, however I could have walked into any court room as a trial attorney and won over a jury and thus taken my client out for lunch having  won him or her an acquittal.”
 
$50 at Goodwill. I get it. Great place to shop. I do.
 
Did you go to law school? If not, what makes you think your suit will get you into a courtroom, walking out with an acquittal?
 
Your point about the Democratic party being “anti-American” is an opinion to which you are entitled. I’m sure you think you have factual support, and I’d like to see some. Specifically, do you have evidence the Party seeks to destroy America or is that not what you mean? Your choice of words suggests a specific motive or intent.
 
[Regarding racial justice in education: “In brief I do want to point out that although GOD may have created man equal, he did not guarantee the outcome.”
 
Of course. That’s not what I mean.
 
If a man or woman work hard, or study hard, they do have the oportunity [sic] to excell [sic] in this country.  But we will not inspire people to work hard or study hard by granting speciual [sic] excemptions [sic] and privilages [sic] while discriminating against other[sic]  by holding them to a completely different standard.  That is not going to better our socity [sic], it will stiffle [sic] it.”
 
Eight spelling and usage mistakes in two sentences!
 
Equal opportunity is vastly overstated in this country. One could call it a myth. For people at the bottom of the economic ladder at birth, especially when compounded by race and/or gender, it is possible to succeed economically, but that is the exception proving the rule. And honest black successes, as well as honest Appalachian successes will admit there were special factors enabling them to succeed when their cousins and neighbors did not. http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/16/equal-opportunity-our-national-myth/?_r=0
 
Please provide evidence that today black people are provided special exemptions and privileges not afforded whites. Likewise that non-blacks are held to a completely different standard. In education, certainly, the awareness of an “achievement gap” is a function of holding all students to assessment under the same regime of standardized testing!
 
“George a suit and tie does not reinforce privilege, that is all a bunch of the same kind of white privilage [sic] nonsense that is presently being peddled by the leftists and their Black Racist allies.”
 
My point was that a suit and tie will help me better fit an image of a powerful (1) white (2) male (3) lawyer, which has three layers of privilege, as enumerated. I understand the impact of dress clothes. I simply experience them as less necessary for me. A black woman entering a crowded traffic court dressed casually will be more  likely to asked to sit with the other people if she should get in the attorney line than I would. I would be assumed to be an attorney if I approached the bench in nice polo and khakis.
 
White privilege is not nonsense. It has nothing to do with your background and obstacles you may have overcome. It has everything to do with advantages you gain daily because of white skin (enhanced by also being a man of a certain age). Perhaps you would like to educate yourself. Here is an article from the perspective of a white born to poor circumstances:
http://occupywallstreet.net/story/explaining-white-privilege-broke-white-person (don’t discredit the source. I am offering this for you to understand, not agree).
 
“You mention "unearned respect" and "unearned advantages"  all are key words for blame the white man, hate the whiet [sic] man, discriminate against the whuiet [sic] man at will because [sic] of the color of his skin.
 
Not at all. I simply ask recognition that as white men, you and I have some advantages over black men and all women because we are white men. We are perceived as having more power. Police will generally be less suspicious of us. People are more likely to call us “Sir” or “Mister.” If you start watching, and are among enough black people, you will catch on to the daily slights of black people and the advantages we receive, typically in small ways. But these advantages are unearned.
 
I am not sure what you mean when you say, "You, however, continued to stoop to name calling, though milder".
 
You said, “They say if you are under 30 years old and are not a leftist liberal then you don't have a heart, but if you are 30 or over and you are still a leftist liberal, then you don't have a brain.” Suggesting I don’t have a brain is mild name calling. It is equivalent to calling me “stupid,” an “idiot,” a “retard,” or “ignorant,” all of which I hear righties frequently stoop to when confronted with solid facts and arguments.
 
My original questions not answered:
 
What do you know about the educational attainments of #blacklivesmatter activists in the St. Louis area and around the country? ( you said, “you would not have figured she even would be a University Graduate, as seen in this photograph of her dressed like the protestors.” This suggested “the protesters she dressed like were not university graduates, which was evident from their appearance.
 
Do you expect a lawyer who chooses to exercise First Amendment rights by joining in peaceful protests to do so dressed as if for court? Why so?
 
I guess you know something about Denise getting rich from her #blacklivesmatter activism?
 
My “Fuck you”
 
Of course, I didn’t explain, though I followed up with more information. What set me off was this: “Good luck out the in the streets but do be careful, you do want to actually live long enough to outgrow all that misguided shit you've been taught in high school and university.   They say if you are under 30 years old and are not a leftist liberal then you don't have a heart, but if you are 30 or over and you are still a leftist liberal, then you don't have a brain. Live long enough to find out that I am right.”
 
Breaking that down, you suggested I face mortal danger “in the streets” as a protester or otherwise. You assumed you knew what I learned in college and university and initiated the profanity and insult by calling that complete unknown body of knowledge “misguided shit.” You insulted me and engaged in indirect name calling by intimating (I am over 30) that I lack “a brain.”
 
Of course, I would not “not utter such prophanity [sic] while in Court.” As to a brain, I do know something you seem not to, which is how to turn spellcheck on and use it, or look a word up if unsure of spelling or meaning.
 
George L. Lenard
7232 Shaftesbury Avenue
University City, MO 63130
314-324-6560
gll@hdfh.com
 
This e-mail, including any files attached to it, is for the personal and confidential use of the recipient named above only. It may be an attorney-client communication, and as such is privileged and confidential. If the reader is not the named recipient or an agent responsible for delivering it to them, it has been received in error, and any review, dissemination, distribution, or copying of it is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately by telephone at (314) 324-6560 and destroy the message and any attached files. Thank you.
 

E-Mail Reply From Randal M. Bundy

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    Today, 06:15:15 AM UTC (September 09, 2015)
From    rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com
To    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>

Thank you again for your email communications but I and my staff do not have time for this nonsense with so much real news going on in the world.  I don't even have time to read this.
Randal M. Bundy, Editor RMB News Report

Email From George Lenard:

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    Today, 03:59:49 PM UTC
From    George Lenard <gll@hdfh.com>
To    "RMBundy@RMBNewsReport.com" <rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com>

Definition of closed minded! Willing to publish my statements and your response but not my rebuttal? Guess you have to have the last word. Keep spewing falsity and hatred.

Sent from my HTC

E-Mail Reply From Randal M. Bundy

Re: Denise Lieberman and Ferguson

Date    Today, 03:41:57 PM UTC
From    rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com
To    rmbundy@rmbnewsreport.com

Please note George that anyone who sends me an e-mail or a letter by standard traditional mail, CAN NOT claim attorney-client communication, privilege or confidential.  I am in the business of presenting the news and commentary and any communication sent to me, my staff and offices will most likely WILL be published in my section of "Letters to the Editor".  Do a little more research of Case files and you will have confirmation of this.  I remind you my friend of the 1st Amendment, if you're not familiar with it, an easy google search will easily enlighten you, especially the part regarding "Freedom of the Press".  It is the same with a photographer taking photographs at public rallies, demonstrations and riots.  It is also the same with News Reporters and Journalists, if you speak to a either of them and that reporter tells all and you object to what they report, then perhaps you should not have granted an interview. It really is all very simple to understand and for the most part requires only common sense. But all that aside, I really don;t have time to dwell upon this topic any further. I am sure there must be important cases and matters that you should be paying more attention to, rather than what I write in my column. If not then perhaps you could consult with the public defenders office, which I know is overloaded with work to be done. So any further communications in this matter, unfortunately will be blocked and what has been received will be preserved, perhaps in the future I can include it is a more extensive article pertaining to the "Black Lives Matter Group, The New Black Panthers, The KKK or simply an article pertaining to the Race Relation Crisis in the United States and World Wide. Thank you for the material contributed and  good luck with all.  I'd also recommend perhaps taking in some relaxing games of  Golf, hay it works for me and obviously for Obama too, it might also work for you!  Thanks again my friend!

Randal M. Bundy, Editor RMB News Report.


Final Comments from Randal M. Bundy regarding this matter - 07 Septenber 2015
So thus ends the bizar mail exchange between myself and the person proporting to be an attorney from Saint Louis who apparently was ressearching how to get in tough with, "Black Lives Matter" group and Denise Lieberman who I wrote had made a passing comment about which can be found on my article:   Denise Liberman and her involvment in Furguson Missouri Civil Unrest.

As mentioned at the top of the page, any half way competent computer hacker could concievably forge an email heading and try to pass themselves off as a Saint Louis Attorney by the name of George Lenard who I do know to be an attorney practices Labor Law.  Rather this is the case or not, well I personally don;t have any more time to devote to this matter.  I feel that even as anoying as this person was I did make all efforts to be polite, courtious and uphold the proper eticate that I was raised to maintain.



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