He declined to identify the client who ran the al-Anwar site, saying the company - which claims to host 5,000 sites for clients in more than 30 countries - wanted to consult its lawyers first.
posted on 05/13/2004 8:56:24 AM PDT
(Let's get dangerous)
A senior officer of the company, Acme Commerce Sdn. Bhd., said Thursday
posted on 05/13/2004 9:10:59 AM PDT
(Bush '04 --- in a F'n landslide.)
"We are a legitimate business, in no way related to al-Qaida," Lim told The Associated Press. "We have no control over what our clients put on their Web sites."
"I tell you I'm shocked, just shocked that there are Al-Qaeda sites on our ISP."
posted on 05/13/2004 9:13:13 AM PDT
(It's sad that the news media treats Michael Jackson better than our military.)
To: Travis McGee; AmishDude; GaltMeister; Reagan Man; mass55th; Knute; Williams; Petronski; ...
update to the story i posted yesterday ping
posted on 05/13/2004 9:38:42 AM PDT
(today it was the victory act tomorrow its victory coffee, victory cigarettes...)
To: freepatriot32; Mrs Zip; BOBWADE
"We have no control over what our clients put on their Web sites."
And we never monitor sites for content. </sarcasm off>
posted on 05/13/2004 10:58:52 AM PDT
(Remember: DimocRat lies told often enough became truth to 42% of americans)
A senior officer of the company, Acme Commerce Sdn. Bhd.,
Didn't stuff from Acme always blow up in Wile E. Coyote's face, too?
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