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Subject: Re: when any career ends in disgrace
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Date:Tue, 2 Jan 2018 14:35:06 -0500

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On Mon, January 1, 2018 12:55 pm, Bob Rideout wrote:
>  We know that there were at least several instances in the
> early eighties, for which the Met paid some compensation.
> And a new charge was recently leveled about an incident
> thirty or more years ago.
> That's all we know! At least, that's all I know.

Check the NY Post article that first broke the story for encounters
between 1985 and 1993.

On Mon, January 1, 2018 2:28 pm, Kiwi wrote:
> And to keep it focused on the Met, apparently there are documents that
> prove that the Met and its boards and management have been willing to go
> behind Levine and pick up the pieces of broken life.  Thatís not
> assumption or allegation;  that is fact.

"Apparently there are documents" to "that is fact" seems like a bit of a
leap. I know it's commonly accepted rumor, but said documents have yet to
actually be produced, right?


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