Date: 20 Feb 2009 13:43:38
From: Mr.Vidmar
Subject: NY Times Gambit Article On Cummings Decision

To which I would add if comments were being accepted to this Gambit article:

The defendants will now be forced to seek financial recovery in every
venue possible, particularly in the Federal case the USCF has brought in
San Francisco against Susan Polgar and Gregory Alexander.

On February 4, 2009 the United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes
Task Force executed a search warrant at the home of Gregory Alexander,
seizing materials which are now being examined. Criminal subpoenas have
also been issued in the case by the United States Attorney in
California. The USCF now may be able to seek financial recovery through
criminal restitution and recovery of attorney's fees enforced by the
United States Attorney. Additionally, the USCF will need to seek full
statutory damages as provided by the laws violated by Polgar and
Alexander. If it is established that Ms. Polgar directed the actions of
Mr. Alexander breaking into a board members computer to obtain
confidential and privileged communications, the San Francisco litigation
may turn out to be the best means for the USCF to recoup its financial
losses and attorney fees incurred because of Polgar and Alexander.

Date: 20 Feb 2009 11:43:58
From: None
Subject: Re: NY Times Gambit Article On Cummings Decision
On Feb 20, 2:13=A0pm, samsloan <[email protected] > wrote:

And who said it was just a game?

Date: 20 Feb 2009 11:13:17
From: samsloan
Subject: Re: NY Times Gambit Article On Cummings Decision