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KIT April 1997, Vol IX #4 New 4-13-97

KIT April 1997, Vol IX #4 New 4-13-97

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ITEM: The week before the airing of the KIT/Bruderhof segment on "48 Hours," March 27th, Christian Domer and Joe Keiderling delivered to the Mennonite Conciliation Service a final refusal to sit down with KIT readers -- after spending almost half a year pondering the MCS offer.
ITEM: The week before the airing of the KIT/Bruderhof segment on "48 Hours," March 27th, Christian Domer and Joe Keiderling delivered to the Mennonite Conciliation Service a final refusal to sit down with KIT readers -- after spending almost half a year pondering the MCS offer.

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The KIT Newsletter, an Activity of the KIT InformationService, a Project of The Peregrine Foundation
P.O. Box 460141 / San Francisco, CA 94146-0141 / telephone: (415) 821-2090 / fax(415) 282-2369KIT Staff U.S.: Ramon Sender, Charles Lamar, Vince Lagano, Dave Ostrom;U.K. : Joy Johnson MacDonald, Susan Johnson Suleski, Carol Beels Beck, BenCavanna, Leonard Pavitt, Joanie Pavitt Taylor, Brother Witless (in an advisorycapacity); Europe: Elizabeth Bohlken-Zumpe.The KIT Newsletter is an open forum for fact and opinion. It encourages theexpression of all views, both from within and from outside the Bruderhof. Theopinions expressed in the letters we publish are those of the correspondents and do notnecessarily reflect those of KIT editors or staff.Yearly subscription rates (11 issues): $25 USA; $30 Canada; $35 International mailedf/ USA; £20 from EuroKIT to UK and Europe. KIT is staffed by volunteers, and a100% of all subscriptions/donations pay printing/mailing costs and assist ex-members.For those of you who access the newsletter on the InterNet, we expect you to bewilling to continue on a honor system and mail in your subscription regularly. Pleasegive more or less, as you can afford. Thank you.
April 1997,Volume IX #4-------------- "Keep In Touch" --------------
-------- Table of Contents --------Mini-KIT GET-Together U.K.
 
B'hof Refusal of Mennonite Mediation offer
 
New Bruderhof Lawsuit
 
Peter Rideman Confession
 
Barnabas JohnsonBlair Purcell
 
Gibb/Bruderhof Meeting
 
Looking Back 
 
Glen & Karen Greenwood
 
Hilarion Braun
 
Nadine Moonje Pleil
 
Mike LeBlanc
 
Bette Bohlken-Zumpe
 
Wayne & Betty Chesley web site story
 
 
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Glen & Karen Greenwood
- address change: 364 Hoke Road Richfield Springs NY13439
Peter Holland,
get well soon!
Renatus Kluver
is recovering at home from atotal hip replacement. May he heal quickly so he can get back to his position on the --EuroKIT -- rugby -- team?
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ITEM:
A mini-KIT get-together will be held at Rookwood School, Andover, Hants,England (The 1994 Eurokit venue), Sunday 25th May 10.00 am to evening. We willhave a barbeque. Please bring food and drink to share. Hot water available. There will be a small charge, Adults £3.00, Couples £5.00, Children free. Everybody welcome.Camping available at £2.00 per person if anyone wishes to stay overnight, or Bed andBreakfast available.All enquiries and bookings to: Andy and Gudrun Harries, 01264 353800, 119Gallaghers Mead, Andover, Hants., SP10 3BS.Friendly Crossways Weekend: July 25-28th!
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ITEM:
The week before the airing of the KIT/Bruderhof segment on "48 Hours,"March 27th, Christian Domer and Joe Keiderling delivered to the MennoniteConciliation Service a final refusal to sit down with KIT readers -- after spendingalmost half a year pondering the MCS offer. Joe Keiderling's letter of refusal is printed below. This event was followed on Monday, March 24, by the Bruderhof's serving alawsuit on Ramon Sender and the Peregrine Foundation (see the text of the complaint below) for copyright infringement because KIT published Domer's letter to theHutterite ministers in the February issue (p. 1). Neither the refusal of the mediationoffer nor the lawsuit was mentioned on the television program "48 Hours," whichtouched upon various other outstanding issues such as the treatment of young people by the leadership and the punitive withdrawal of visiting privleges. The earlier part of the same program dealt with the nightmarish suicides of the Heaven's Gate cultists.Apparently Woodcrest deeply resented the segue, despite Dan Rather's disclaimer atthe end of the show, and invited visitors to their web site to telephone their reactionsto CBS.
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTNORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK 
HUTTERIAN BRETHREN IN NEW YORK, INC.a/k/a WOODCREST BRUDERHOF andCHRISTIAN DOMER, Individually
 
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SUMMONS IN A CIVIL ACTIONCase Number 97 - CV - 0379Plaintiffs DemandTrial By JuryV.THE PEREGRINE FOUNDATION andRAMON SENDER, Individually,TO: (name and address of defendants.)YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to serve with the Clerk of this Courtand serve upon(plaintiff's attorney name and address) an answer to the complaint which is herewithserved upon you, within 20 days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against youfor the relief demanded in the complaint.signed George A. Ray, clerk Tara Burt, March 19, 1997COMPLAINTPlaintiffs Hutterian Brethren in New York, Inc.,a/k/a WOODCREST BRUDERHOF (hereinafter "HBNY" or "THE BRUDERHOF")and CHRISTIAN DOMER (hereinafter "DOMER"), by their attorneys, Lazare Potter & Giocovas LLP, as and for their Complaint, upon information and belief, aver asfollows:JURISDICTION AND VENUE1. This is an action for copyright infringement arising under the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. ¤ 101 et seq., and for the related claims of invasion of privacy under  New York Civil Rights Law ¤ 50 et seq.2. This Court has jurisdiction of this action under 28 U.S.C. ¤¤ 1331, 1338(a) and1338(b), and under its supplemental jurisdiction.3. Venue is proper in this district under 28 U.S.C. ¤¤ 1391 and 1400(a).THE PARTIES4. Plaintiff THE BRUDERHOF is a corporation organized and existing under the laws
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