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Would someone please elaborate?

--- Rbengrguy(--nospam--at) wrote:
> Attention  Engineers:
> Submitted for your info
> Spread the Word
> Share this with your  colleagues
> Bob  Johnson
> m.ASCE
> PS  Where did YOU  -  your organization stand on this issue?

> ATTACHMENT part 2 message/rfc822 
> From: NSPE(--nospam--at)
> Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2000 16:44:15 EDT
> Subject: Ed Turner Case: Legal Victory!
> To: Rbengrguy(--nospam--at)
> CC: Wraink(--nospam--at), k-giles(--nospam--at), Chrispetal(--nospam--at), Pnatale(--nospam--at)NSPE.ORG,
> 	comunellil(--nospam--at)
> Bob, 
> The Engineering Community has won a major victory. Ed Turner has finally won 
> his legal battle. He has been vindicated by a jury who simply saw the case 
> for what it was: the ability of a Professional Engineer to exercise his 
> professional judgment in protecting the Public's health and safety, namely  
> the issue of  "responsible charge".
> Now that we have this watershed decision, I hope it will embolden the 
> leadership of our various Engineering Societies to take more aggressive 
> actions in defense of the Engineering Profession. The Engineering Profession 
> has finally won a major legal victory. Maybe some of our colleagues may make 
> light of this momentous event, but in my opinion we have accomplished what 
> many people thought was impossible. This battle has taught us that if we 
> persist and stay the course and get support from the Engineering Community, 
> we will ultimately prevail. Let us relish the moment. 
> Please, share this good news with your colleagues. We will be publicizing 
> this victory in the media and other venues.
> Regards,
> Sal
> NSPE-Queens Chapter

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