[AfrICANN-discuss] Re: It's like that in life, there are always
bad players and bad losers!
silber.mike at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 00:31:27 SAST 2012
I am not the sort of person who threatens defamation actions for the
ludicrous. Trying to bait me into a conflict situation on a mailing list
will not work any more than making false and factually incorrect
allegations. Call me names, make baseless allegations, use innuendo, lie
.... I don't care. There are people on this list who know me and my
If there is anyone who does not know me or who has any doubts - I will
be happy to engage with you directly.
I also think that the trust of this community is far more important than
some small financial victory in a court of law.
On 14/10/2012 00:14, Lerato wrote:
> " ICANN General Counsel and Board Governance Committee's Conflict
> review, having been appraised of all the facts and details of the
> various arms-length relationships many months before this allegation "
> You are trying to defend yourself by saying that a review was done
> many months before which would be your Statement of Interest that was
> declared in March 2012. The point is that you have not told us if
> there has been any Conflict Review following ICANN's receipt of DCA's
> letters, and if there was the outcome of any such review. So please,
> the issues raised is after the fact.
> If you think that the allegations are false, why are you not
> threatening to sue DCA for defamation?, against the backdrop that you
> are legally trained. The fact that you are not umbraged, and
> threatening to sue DCA shows that you are not quite confident nor
> comfortable with the position you find yourself in regarding the
> Conflict of Interest matter.
> I think you must simply take the honourable path like the other
> conflicted Board Members, and fully adhere to ICANN's Gold standard to
> be achieved regarding Conflict of Interest matters, and this will be
> the end of the matter.
> --Lerato Ma
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