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Re: [CQ-Contest] Re. TO7A Debacle

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Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Re. TO7A Debacle
From: Michael Adams <mda@n1en.org>
Date: Fri, 15 May 2015 16:50:43 +0000
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The WRTC2018 qualification rules include this passage:

> Any operator whose callsign is published as being disqualified from any 
> WRTC2018 qualifying event forfeits the right to apply. If the entry is in a
> multi-operator category, all listed operators forfeit the right to apply. 

That, being excluded from this year's results, and being the public focus of 
quite a bit of unwanted attention (now and in the future) are probably 
sufficient penalties.

I hate to see anyone dragged through the mud, but hopefully any distress caused 
by the public attention and the WRTC impact will encourage everyone to behave 
better in the future.

Michael Adams | N1EN | mda@n1en.org

-----Original Message-----

A violator was found, and has been prosecuted by both the contest sponsors, and 
in the eyes of the rest of the contesting world.
I may have missed this next part. But what is happening next? The station was 
DQ'ed from this years contest.


Now what if any penalties are imposed and for how long for the future?


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