The Journal of History     Fall 2002 TABLE OF CONTENTS
America's Concerns

Impersonating Someone in Email

This is what the government does to people who seek justice for mankind. This particular incident happened to me. It happens to others too:

On Wed, 09 Oct 02 13:45:12 EST Arlene Johnson
<> writes:
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Date: Wed, 09 Oct 02 13:45:12 EST-Notice the EST designation. I am on the West Coast.
Subject: I am a traitor.

I cannot wait for the the Islamist Revolution to reach our shores so I can pledge allegiance to Allah and bow to Mecca.

Death to Amerikkka!

Editor's note: I don't even type my Web site this way since with http:// one doesn't need the "www." Moreover, Muslims bow to Mecca now;  they don't need to "wait" for anything to do so. It is supposed to be guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

I need to know how they sent me an e-mail from me.... I need to know how and who did this.

                             A concern from American born Curtis Mullins


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