Friday, July 27, 2007

Early "response"

Interesting paragraph in what Try-Works is labeling Ward Churchill's response to the regents, even though it's dated July 12 and seems on a cursory reading to be more of the same old crap:
The SCRM Committee also artificially restricted Professor Churchill's ability to respond to the charges. He was prevented from speaking directly to expert witnesses, even his own, and was required to e-mail his questions across the room to the committee chair. This caused considerable confusion and allowed Professor Wesson to "interpret" what he was asking, sometimes fundamentally changing his meaning; and generally impairing his ability to elicit information.
You can't blame Wesson. She didn't want to look at his teeth, either. (Take that, Dennis Miller!)

Tomorrow's question: Is Ward Churchill afraid of going to the dentist?

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