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Re: hyacinthina and Ben's Booklet


you need not repost the plagiarism story. For anybody interested, it is in
permanent archive at


just type "plagiarism" into the search and select 1999 for the year


P.S. thanks for trying to keep the facts straight

Jim Hawes wrote:

> Ben,
> Let me try to get this straight. We have been discussing in a very civil
> manner your three articles and the merits of their content. Now you and
> others have raised the issue of your Booklet of Sports and are
> discussing it as an authoratative document to be used in classifying
> sports. I thought we finalized this discussion re your Booklet some two
> years ago. I have practically dismissed it from my mind but with a
> warning to you that if you ever revisited it in public, I would use it
> as I wished to expose what you have done. This includes the possibility
> of sending a copy of the Plagiarism Story to Leiden University.
> Your Booklet is a work of plagiarism which I have proven. Most people on
> hosta-open know this but may have forgotten. The Plagiarism Story  is a
> sordid affair, written in email format in ten parts totalling 23 pages.I
> am prepared to rediscuss this subject , now that you have so blatantly
> brought it up again. If there are ten people who wish to read "The
> Plagiarism Story" again, I will forward it to hosta-open. Those who do
> not want to read it can simply delete it. Those people who want to know
> the truth about Ben's plagiristic adventurism will be able to read a
> part of true hosta history. Send me a post in private please indicating
> your preference to discuss this subject or not.
> Jim Hawes
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