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Correspondence With John Kiriakou

Correspondence With John Kiriakou

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Correspondence With John Kiriakou
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David Pardo <dpardo@mspbwatch.net>
Correspondence with John Kiriakou
David Pardo
<dpardo@mspbwatch.net>Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 5:00 PMTo: jradack@whistleblower.orgCc: beae@whistleblower.org, lclark@whistleblower.org, Joe Carson <jpcarson@tds.net>Ms. Radack,You previously advised me not to contact one of your clients, Thomas Drake, on the belief that MRPC Rule 4.2somehow bars me from doing so without your consent, notwithstanding the fact that I have never participated inany matter alongside or opposite you or any of your clients. See Comment [1] to Rule 4.2. Nevertheless, anumber of days ago I sent some correspondence to one of your clients, John Kiriakou, which is attached herein. Iinvite you to file a complaint against me if you believe I am in violation of this rule. I am licensed inMassachusetts.David Pardo
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Re: OSC's disclosure jurisdiction questions
From:
Jesselyn Radack 
 (jradack@whistleblower.org) You moved this message to its currentlocation.Sent:Sat 1/05/13 12:16 PMTo:David Pardo (dpardo@outlook.com)Cc:Thomas Drake (tadrake@earthlink.net)
I didn't "admit" anything. You're the one with a prolix record of smears and attacks. My reputation isunassailabl.Rule 4.2 applies to respecting legal relationships even if you're not in court.This concludes my conversation with you. have a nice day.--JessSent from my iPhoneOn Jan 5, 2013, at 12:07 PM, "David Pardo" <dpardo@outlook.com> wrote:
Ah so you admit to smearing critics when being criticized. Nice.
Also, we're not in court, so "legal ethics" don't bar my contacting another private citizen.From:  jradack@whistleblower.orgSubject: Re: OSC's disclosure jurisdiction questionsDate: Sat, 5 Jan 2013 11:56:08 -0500To: dpardo@outlook.comCC: tadrake@earthlink.netWhen they're trashing me, my organization, or trying to convince my clients that I've ill-served them.Btw, legal ethics rules preclude your contact with a represented person. You are on notice.Sent from my iPhoneOn Jan 5, 2013, at 11:22 AM, "David Pardo" <dpardo@outlook.com> wrote:
Where does smearing critics fit into that busy schedule?--Sent from my Android phone
 
-----Original Message-----From: Jesselyn RadackSent: 5 Jan 2013 12:44:32 GMTTo: David PardoCc: Drake, thomas,reem@hadsellstormer.com,bruceafran@aol.com,evy brown,Joe CarsonSubject: Re: OSC's disclosure jurisdiction questions
I have a number of cases currently before OSC and am confident in mywhistleblower credentials.Sent from my iPhoneOn Jan 5, 2013, at 1:25 AM, "David Pardo" <dpardo220@gmail.com> wrote:
Jess, Tom,I applaud your efforts to inform others about the abuses bythis any any administration to the rule of law. But let's get onething straight: I will not stand by while you presentmisinformation and mislead potential whistleblowers abouttheir options, leading them to believe what they faced is whatyou faced (or believed you faced). Your past suffering does notgive you license to dispense with the truth. You are expectedto work towards improving whistleblowers' options, and thatincludes incorporating OSC is in your discussion asappropriate. Ignoring it out of convenience or to avoid scrutinyabout your particular circumstances is inappropriate.You are on notice.
From:  jpcarson@tds.netTo: dpardo220@gmail.com; tadrake@earthlink.net; evybrown@gmail.com;  jesselynr@whistleblower.orgSubject: FW: OSC's disclosure jurisdiction questionsDate: Fri, 4 Jan 2013 23:39:00 -0500fyi 
From:
 Joe Carson [mailto:jpcarson@tds.net]
Sent:
 Friday, January 04, 2013 11:37 PM
To:
 'Zuckerman, Jason'; 'Biggs, Tracy'; 'McMullen, Catherine'
Cc:
 'Beneze, Elisa'; kkurt@osc.gov

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