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Re: The reporter may have either got it wrong or reinterpreted what she
said.

Gosh would a reporter misinterpret or get something wrong?  Nothing is ever
off the record, no matter what assurances are given. Each and every reporter
has there own slant on the truth and will use the information solely for the
purpose of sensationalizing the article.  After all it is the one big scoop
or photograph that will potentially win that Pulitzer prize (or whatever it
is called).  I have been burned before, couldn't you tell ha ha!  It is so
important that you "always" have absolute control over whatever interview
you give and not let them read into your words.  Always stick to the truth,
cause it always comes back to bite you in the behind. Chow.

John A. Gervais
Program Manager
Business Development and Strategic Planning Division,
Information Management Directorate,
Finance and Administration Branch,
Canada Customs and Revenue Agency,
16th Floor, Albion Tower, 25 Nicolas Street,
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1A 0L5

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