[ppml] FW: No transfer policies are needed

michael.dillon at bt.com michael.dillon at bt.com
Mon Apr 21 12:30:29 EDT 2008

Sorry, my bad.

I meant to say "BoT or AC member" not just Board.
And I was mainly thinking of the AC which is why I only remembered Scott Leibrand's statements. Not sure where you and Bill recused, probably in board minutes.

In any case I am not accusing anyone of anything. I just want to get this out in the open so that it is public knowledge, who is who.

-----Original Message-----
From: ppml-bounces at arin.net on behalf of Bill Woodcock
Sent: Mon 21/04/2008 14:33
To: ppml at arin.net
Subject: Re: [ppml] FW:  No transfer policies are needed
      On Mon, 21 Apr 2008 michael.dillon at bt.com wrote:
    > To date, I believe only one BoT member has disclosed their
    > financial interests in organizations holding legacy allocations.

Michael, this is simply untrue.  John Curran answered this the last time 
you asserted it, on March 5.  Bill Manning and I are the only two board 
members with ownership in corporations with legacy assignments, and we've 
both disclosed that publicly, and explained that that's why we recused 
ourselves from discussion of this issue on the board and, moreover, agreed 
sight-unseen to be bound by the legacy RSA, whatever it might turn 
out to be, before it had even been drafted.

The reason no other board member has disclosed any legacy holdings is 
because they don't have any, and have nothing to disclose.


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