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Should I Ignore Query?
Posted by: Shirley Date: April 16, 2001 at 13:01:51
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Are there times when knowledge about a person should be ignored? I have recognized a name on this list that someone is inquiring about.

I met this person many years ago and have nothing good to say about him. In fact, his family and mine crossed paths when he tried to blame a crime on my father which he had committed.

This didn't happen in the 1700 or 1800s, it was the 1960s. I don't want to hurt anyone that may still be living.

Should I ignore the query or tell the person inquiring what I know about this person?

Shirley



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