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Re: Charges only pertain to AERC members

----- Original Message -----
From: Dabney Finch
Sent: Friday, August 03, 2001 6:17 PM
To: Jessica Spoone
Subject: RC: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Charges only pertain to AERC members

That's not a stupid question at all, and the answer is "yes."  As Barbara
McCrary (& others) have pointed out, all AERC can do is take away points and
ban the rider from AERC rides.
So, instead of berating AERC for not doing enough--call the District
Attorney's office!

Dabney Finch
AERC #7826
CA State Bar #171171

----- Original Message -----

I'm not so sure that is all they do.  The investigations/findings of the incident are reported in Endurance News. Read by most endurance riders throughout the land.  As I've said before, this is about as close to a public flogging as one will find in the 21st century.  I think that is quite a bit of punishment, even if the one accused is found "not guilty."

Calling the District Attorney's office is not the answer.  I've seen our criminal and civil courts in action, first hand, and I feel that AERC justice is much more reasonable and in touch with reality.  The American justice system is one of the few things I find really wrong with our country.  Even if it is the "best justice system" in the world, all that means is the world is unjust and going to Hell.  Cause there really is no justice in our system.  And if our sport ever hits that level, the ride will all come to an end.




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