Followups one liner, Giwer Matt
Those URLs contain the results of this threat, which Giwer has been making good on for quite some time now:
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From: Matt Giwer
[Giwer] “If you folks would simply stop being ripped off by idirect you could do …”
[McVay] “So what’s new, Mr. McFee? One of these days, perhaps Mr. Giwer will sober up, and discover, much to his discomfort, that Nizkor does not have, and never has had, any business dealings with idirect.
“I wouldn’t expect the day to come real soon.”
[McFee] “Until that Day of Sobriety, the Troll will no doubt simply continue his trolling – what else is he good for, given that
“Once a troll, always a troll.”
“I hope I am getting through to you. Every time there is some malicious post about me I will repeat another attack upon you precious holocaust.
“Are you listening?”
Subject: What a clever way to kill people
From: [email protected] (Matt Giwer)
Date: Thu, 13 Jun 1996 21:48:00 GMT
“PAUL WALDMANN: In this small room [at Sachsenhausen] there was a slot in the wall, approximately 50 centimeters in length. The prisoner of war stood with the back of his head against the slot and a sniper shot at him from behind the slot. In practice this arrangement did not prove satisfactory, since the sniper often missed the prisoner. After 8 days a new arrangement was made. The prisoner, as before, was placed against the wall; an iron plate was then slowly lowered onto his head. The prisoner was under the impression that he was being measured for height. The iron plate contained a ramrod which shot out suddenly and poleaxed the prisoner with a blow on the back of the head. He dropped dead. The iron plate was operated by a foot lever in a corner of the room. ” IMT VII – p. 377.