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Thursday, June 14, 2012


Aaron deOliveira

Page 1 Paragraph 6 "without limitation, her common law rights"

That typo seems to say that this is a boiler plate letter that the firm has sent out before. In changing everything for Mr. Evans, they seemed to have missed this pronoun.


Someone might want to suggest that Mr. Meyer Google, for instance, Charles Carreon.



I was initially confused looking at your link to the cache of the "report," because it looked at first to me like it was a site blogger, not a guest user. But I take it from what you say in your letter that at that blog guest users can do blog entries like that. I guess I'm more used to a forum format, where it's more clear the item is a thread started by a user and not a post written by a site-owner for comment.

But I doubt Mr. Meyer was thinking of that distinction.


Kent Allard

Is it at all ironic that Chris Evans' most recent character portrayal is Captain America, the champion of the freedoms granted in our country? For shame

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