From: Leon Cohen []
Tuesday, November 16, 2004 9:50 AM
Subject: RE: Hello


Hi Gary:

You reached Leon Stephens son, I have forwarded your email to my Dad and he has it. Stephens email is

All the best

Leon Cohen


From: Gary S. Gevisser []
Monday, November 15, 2004 8:47 PM
Jeff; Rabbi Abner Weiss; Letters washinton post
Subject: FW: Hello


Could you please confirm receipt of this email below.


-----Original Message-----
From: Gary S. Gevisser
Thursday, November 11, 2004 3:26 PM
To: Stephen Cohen – Codiam Inc.

Subject: Hello


Dear Stephen hi – remember me?


I am probably coming through to New York in a couple of weeks and perhaps we can meet for a quick bite?


Since we last broke bread together some 24 years ago, perhaps to the day, I have mostly been engaged in “due diligence” for private as well as public corporations, the main reason for my next trip besides for visiting with friends is to present evidence of “wrongdoing” to Eliot Spitzer, the Attorney General of New York who is after a “buddy” of mine although, a stretch to suggest that my relationship with Maurice “Hank” Greenberg of AIG-Marsh & McLennan-ACE LTD ever got close to the point of me calling him “Hank”, my name first being “tossed about” when Federal Judge Jack B. Weinstein credited me in coming forward with material that resulted in him overturning a landmark jury award back in late 1997.


I would also like to say hello to your physician brother whose name escapes me at this time - extended a very warm hand like others trying to get to the bottom of my ailment that was driving me “nuts”, eventually returning to South Africa where a relation of ours, Dr. Michael Moshal, sorted me out rather quickly – once when staying for a short while in his apartment on 72nd street I exchanged a quick hello with John Lennon who lived across the street in the Dakotas, interesting that Lennon’s murderer checked into a hotel at 27 West 72nd – I have this thing about transposed numbers, the difference always divisible by 9?


I look forward to hearing from you.


Gary S. Gevisser


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