Jay Maynard (jmaynard) wrote,
Jay Maynard
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The Gang of Three strikes again...

There have been a few comments about me on the City Pages story that are blatantly false and libelous. They assert that I'm legally disqualified from owning firearms because of a history of mental illness and violence, and that I was once institutionalized for it. There is no truth whatsoever to these stories.

They're posted by folks from Texas who hold a grudge against me because I helped thwart their takeover of a ham radio organization, the Texas VHF-FM Society. The whole sordid story is on the web at my Gang of Three site. This is in line with their standard way of doing things: make up names to post blatantly false and derogatory statements about others so they can hide from the legal consequences. They're cowards who won't stand behind their words, and merit only contempt from those with integrity.

Their first attempt was swiftly removed from the City Pages site. Their current attempt will be shortly, too. So will future postings of the same nature.
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