On Tue, 16 May 2000, Dan Adams wrote:
> I'm sorry to bring this question up so directly
> because it is (and should be) a sensitive issue, but I
> for one would like to know the cause of Alexander
> Chislenko's death. [snip]
I for one would *not* like to know the details.
I would also like to honor Max's request that this
not be discussed on-list out of respect for Sasha's
family. This is like the whole Clinton affair --
there are some things that are just kept private.
While you can argue that by running for public office
Clinton may have made his private life public, the
same claim cannot be made for Sasha.
If people do know and wish to correspond with Dan
about it, they should feel free to do so. Please
understand I am not trying to censor anyone, but
I do think that there are things that should be
discussed in "private" forums (to the degree such
exist) rather than a "public" forum which has
public access archives.
There is an old saying...
"Those who tell don't know, and those who know don't tell".
That is because the wisdom of some things is meaningless
if you don't discover it for yourself.
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