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Friday, September 10, 2004
LETTER TO CBS/VIACOM SENT THROUGH PLANETFEEDBACK.COM
(This morning I sent a letter to CBS/Viacom through Planetfeedback.com, a free service. The site then posts all of the complaints in one place. Please use it, the whole process takes less than five minutes.)
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September 10, 2004
Leslie Moonves, CEO
CBS Television Network
51 West 52 Street
New York, NY 10019
RE: PLANETFEEDBACK REFERENCE NUMBER 2198305
Dear Leslie Moonves,
I have a complaint about the experience at CBS Television Network on Sixty
Minutes II. I'm furious about this!
Your story on President Bush's National Guard service, used forged documents.
I haven't been satisfied at all with CBS Television Network in the past, so I
guess I shouldn't be surprised by this. I'll definitely be flipping the channel
away from your network in the future; I'll definitely tell people I know to stay
Given my complaint, here's what I would like CBS Television Network to do:
Investigate this, find the culprits, make their names known and fire a few
people including Dan Rather.
Thanks for letting me vent my complaint, and I hope to hear from someone very
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