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The publisher employee was probably collecting evidence for the ACLU

Reader comment on item: CAIR Attacks the Foreign Policy Research Institute

Submitted by Mark James (United States), Mar 16, 2010 at 20:20

That someone passed on a list of schools the
books on Islam were sent to reminds me of the
2004-5 court case in Dover, Pennsylvania, over
ID vs. Evolution. In 2004 or so an employee of
the school district who received the ID books
in a box noticed there was an advert packed with
the book, and it listed "Pandas" as being under
"Creation Science." So the lady kept that as
evidence for a trial that she figured was bound to
happen, and it was entered into evidence at the trial.

So whoever passed on the list of schools the books
on Islam went to was probably hoping that the ACLU
or CAIR or someone would sue one of those schools
over the use of that book.

(4) I challenge Mason Crest Publishers to investigate which employee smuggled its proprietary information to CAIR and then inform the public of his or her identity.

The FTE was aided in this effort by "traditional" creationist organizations such as the Institute for Creation Research, which sells Of Pandas and People through its own online shop and catalogue. The book was explicitly marketed by retailers as a creationist work; in the 2005 Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District case, donated copies of the book were accompanied by a catalog which listed Pandas under "creation science".[26]


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