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From: "Peter Stewart" <>
Subject: Re: Children of Isabel of England (Died 1241),Wife of Emperor Frederick II
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2008 09:55:39 GMT
Notice that Hines restores the cross-posts while removing the post he is
replying to, that includes a hyperlink to his embarrassment....
"D. Spencer Hines" <> wrote in message
> Douglas Richardson is behaving FAR better today than he did several years
> Any unbiased observer should see that.
> Today, Douglas has two fine genealogical books to his credit, has made
> some money and is moving forward in style as a Good Father and a Good
But it was Richardson's activities in preparation of the second of these
books that prompted your "carefully considered" opinion in 2004, remember?
The "sly, manipulative charlatan" was trying to get other people to do his
work for him, and telling fibs in the process.
We can all observe that you invariably squirm away from the specific,
straightforward defense of Richardson now on any new failures or deceptions
alleged by the "herd" of his critics.
Why, "in good faith", is that?
No-one else suggests there is any change in Richardson of late, but if he is
indeed such a reformed character due to your expert ministrations - and what
better examplar of civilised and scholarly behaviour could be imagined in a
pink fit? - then surely he should be happy to acknowledge this improvement
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