We wrote a fair amount over the weekend about Charney v. Sullivan & Cromwell. Scroll down the page to see our coverage, or click here and here.
One of our posts concerned an interesting letter that a gay NYU Law graduate wrote to John Scheich, first vice-president of the Lesbian and Gay Law Association of New York (LeGal). Last week, Scheich made statements to the media supporting S&C in the case. This NYU grad’s letter questioned Scheich about the basis for LeGal’s public support of S&C.
Scheich’s response to the letter, also reprinted in our post, struck us as a bit snippy. Based on your comments, many of you agree with us.
Now Aaron Charney (at right) has decided to give Jack Scheich a piece of his mind. We reprint Charney’s letter after the jump.
Here is Aaron Charney’s letter to John Scheich of the Lesbian and Gay Law Association of New York (LeGal). Please note that we have reformatted the letter to fit as much text in as little space as possible. So don’t blame Charney if you find this letter unappealing aesthetically; we assume full responsibility.
Earlier: Charney v. Sullivan & Cromwell: That Time of the Month for LeGal?
Prior ATL coverage of Charney v. Sullivan & Cromwell (scroll down)