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Date Posted: 03:13:34 10/11/02 Fri
Author: Steve Klassen
Subject: Re: Reform news
In reply to: KJ68 's message, "Re: Reform news" on 03:11:30 10/11/02 Fri

[Archiver's note: Steve K. did have a point about Mark Yoon. He has done terrible things that he never repented of.]

I'm glad to hear that Mark Yoon has mellowed out over the years. As I left UBF 15 years ago, I am obviously not an expert on what has happened in the interviening time. By calling Mr. Yoon a thug, I wasn't engaging in name calling, but simply describing one aspect of his role in UBF as I understood it while I was there. When I left UBF I received a written death threat. I was also assaulted by three UBFers, who lay in wait for me outside my apartment door. Although Mark Yoon was not involved in either of these instances (Mark Vucekovich, Dwain Fairweather, and David Baik were amoung them), I had reason to be paranoid for a while. It was Mark that I really feared at this time. I knew that he had both the means to cause great harm, as well as the willingness to carry out anything Sam suggested. As for being hard on a sick man, I feel compassion for what he is going through, and do hope for a recovery from his suffering. But I also believe that he needs to be held accountable for his actions, as much for the sake of his own concience as anything. The fact that he is, obviously, ultimatly accountable to God doesn't change that.


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