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Enviro-Mich message from "William Tobler" <williamtobler@critterswoods.org>
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I already had decided to NEVER buy a Maytag product again.
This was after the brand new Maytag refrigerator failed at 1.5 years. It was repaired once under warranty, then once under a 3rd party service contract. The lonely Maytag repairman at that time strongly encouraged me to not renew the service contract with the 3rd party, but instead obtain a Maytag service contract which was so much better. And so I did.


Six months into the new contract, the Maytag product failed again, and Maytag refused to repair it under the contract citing their "unusual atmospheric conditions" clause.
Maybe this is why the Maytag repairman is so lonely.


Whirlpool now owns Maytag as of two years ago.

I replaced the piece of junk Maytag with a Kenmore (Sears) and was ASSURED that there was no such exclusion in the Kenmore warranty/contract.


----- Original Message ----- From: "Alex J. Sagady & Associates" <ajs@sagady.com>
To: <enviro-mich@great-lakes.net>
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 2:00 PM
Subject: E-M:/ More from BANCO on Jean Klock Park and Rev. Pinkney



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Enviro-Mich message from "Alex J. Sagady & Associates" <ajs@sagady.com>
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Is Jennifer Granholm's backing of Whirlpool Corporation's
attempt to expropriate the Jean Klock Park against the interests of
impoverished black residents of Benton Harbor going to
be her "macaca moment".....[remember ex-senator George Allen of
Virginia].....that she will have to face in all future political career endeavors?


Will Michigan's environmental and civil rights movements finally realize that
Reverend Pinkney is Michigan's first "environmental justice political
prisoner" at the Berrien County jail being oppressed by
a local judge with conflicting interests seeking to overturn
community self-determination efforts by Pinkney and others?


Will Michigan Democrats ever realize that Reverend Pinkney's corporate-backed
prosecution is just another corporate/republican party attempt at oppression
of local political activists involved in elections out of Karl Rove's playbook
[remember all of the U.S. Attorneys who were axed because they
wouldn't initiate phony "voter fraud" prosecutions]?


Will you permanently stop buying Whirlpool products (see brand list below) because of the
this company's Harbor Shores development attack on the public's Jean Klock park
on Lake Michigan?


Alex Sagady

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From BLACK AUTONOMY NETWORK COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
(BANCO) - Benton Harbor, MI

From: "Gordon Matthews" <gormatthews@gmail.com>
To: cfc@igc.org
Subject: Berrien County Judge is Harbor Shores Developer

please forward widely


Berrien County Judge is Harbor Shores Developer


Judge Alfred Butzbaugh is in violation of his judicial personal code of ethics. Butzbaugh is president and co-owner of Ship Street Realty in St. Joseph, Michigan. Ship Street RE is doing all of the development for Harbor Shores. This presents an enormous conflict of interests for the judge who not only presided over the case against Harbor Shores whistleblower Rev. Pinkney on numerous occasions, but has heard other cases involving HS. For more information on his activities go to

http://wmnc.biz/BentonHarbor.htm

Thursday, April 17, 2008
Jailed Benton Harbor activist's notes were illegally seized, lawyer charges


A lawyer for an imprisoned Benton Harbor community activist, the Rev. Edward Pinkney, claims the Berrien County sheriff authorized a raid of Pinkney's jail cell last month, confiscated his legal notes and sent copies of them to the judge scheduled to hear his probation violation case.
Full article and photo: <http://www.michiganmessenger.com/showDiary.do?diaryId=1132>http://www.michiganmessenger.com/showDiary.do?diaryId=1132



Question: Where is Gov. Granholm in all of this?


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