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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Resident Gary G. Wakefield contacts NAAS


Per a previous post, this blogger reported that NAAS officials were receiving unsolicited correspondence from a Gary G. Wakefield, 1850 Isaac, St, in Pahrump, NV. Mr Wakefield claimed he was a person receiving unsolicited correspondence from a person(s) that were using the NAAS mail box number as a return address. although we appreciate the concerns and claims of this consumer, we find the actions of this person rather suspicious. For example, an NAAD DEIA Agent uncovered evidence that an official or representative of the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools made electronic inquiries to the consumer affairs of the United States Postal Service before this post became public.

Furthermore, NAAS officials investigated the claims of Gary G. Wakefield and quickly determined the following:
1. The claims of Gary G. Wakefield are false;
2. The claims of Gary G. Wakefield have no merit;
3. The claims of Gary G. Wakefield have no logical sense, and defy common sense;
4. The claims of Gary G. Wakefield are most likely related to Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, and local persons associated with that entity.
5. The claims of Gary G. Wakefield are most likely related to one or more persons mentioned in an existing NAAS NEWS Media Report(s).

It is unclear, but possible, that Gary G. Wakefield and others may have ties to Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, or other persons mentioned in NAAS NEWS Media reports.

NAAS DEIA Agents have secured electronic and other evidence that ties an official of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, with activity that is designed to undermine the prestige and character of National Academy of American Scholars (NAAS).

If Mr. Wakefield is reading this notice he should know that it is against NAAS EAS/N2 Rules to send unsolicted correspondence to an NAAS official, and insofar as claims that an NAAS opertaor is sending to him or other persons unsolicited correspondence, that claim is baseless, unsubstantiated, and makes no logical sense. Perhaps Mr. Wakefield should review his call log and check for calls from persons or entities named or mentioned in NAAS Media reports.

Please note: All communication to an NAAS mail boxi is subject to NAAS EAS/N2 Rules. If such communication is either unsolicited, or unrequested, or that comes from a non-NAAS Subscriber, or fails to adhere to proper NAAS protocol, it is also a matter of public record, and may therefore be posted in a public forum.

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