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I would like a refund of my contributions


Carl Bacon

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Tbird,

Since I have tried privately to find out who gave Berta my real name and have been given the run-around, I am requesting a refund in the open forum.

I have both contributed commentary and I have contributed financially to HADIT.  You can keep the commentary, but I want my contribution back.

You and Berta and her gang of thugs can keep circling the wagons around the premise that a member can not post a public (govenment website) document on HADIT.  I am right, she is wrong.

You let Berta post my real name, and now I see she is back posting her crap.  If everyone would just read the document, you will see the doctor got fined $20,000.00, then appealed it and then they fined him $50,000.00 when the doctor lost a second time.  There are no public documents that refute this document.  Period.  Again, all public documents.  I wait for the day when I can show the Judge and jury with two internet searches on a government website, the public document I posted.  Go ahead, sue me.  

Anyway, I'm done with that and with HADIT.

I keep pretty good records, and I see I gave you $50 on 9/17/14, $50 on 11/29/17, $50 on 11/18/19, 11/18/20, 11/18/21, $50 each.  In addition, I became a patreon on 2/02/21 with a stipend of $25 each month to include this month.  I sharpened my pencil and come up with $600.00.  I would lilke my $600.00 back.  I can put it to good use elsewhere where they appreciate good, "honest" trade of information without the threat of lawsuits or bullying.

You can send it via paypay "friends" with using my email address, which you have.  And Berta can go pound sand.

Carl Bacon aka Hamslice

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I can't imagine asking for my donations back!! That's a childish, immature response to a public forum. 

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22 minutes ago, McRay said:

I can't imagine asking for my donations back!! That's a childish, immature response to a public forum. 

I can't imagine being sued for posting public information on a public forum, but here we are. 

Maybe you would want to pay for my lawyer,

Just sayin,

Carl Bacon aka Hamslice

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