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Dear Bradley A. Wright

Christopher L. Jorgensen
PO Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

December 23, 2010

Bradley A. Wright
c/o Roetzel & Andress
222 South Main Street
Akron, OH 44308

Dear Bradley A. Wright,

Merry Christmas! I hope this letter finds you and yours well and that you will be able to assist me.

I’m on a fact finding mission here! As you may know a lot of people on the internet are talking about a 1972 letter allegedly written on the letterhead of your law office to the Cleveland Browns. Again allegedly, one of the employees at your firm, a certain “Dale O. Cox” was complaining about people making paper airplanes out of sports programs. The stated reason was that such a thrown missile might put out the eye of one of his party members (and as we all know, it’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye!). Now I am presuming that Dale O. Cox is either dead or retired at this point, and it appears the letter is a matter of public record regardless, so I was hoping you could let me know if it was indeed sent and if there was a reply.

Some are questioning the veracity of this exchange, and I think it’s dumb to speculate on whether Photoshop (popular image manipulation software) was used to create the reply, when all one really needs do is ask. I promise if you let me know the truth I will pass it along to the people of the internet.

If it matters the reply basically boiled down to “get bent” which I don’t think was very nice of the Cleveland Browns.


Christopher L. Jorgensen

Roetzel & Andress

A Legal Professional Association

222 South Main Street
Akron, OH 44308
330.849.6754 Direct
330.376.2700 Main
330.376.4577 Fax

January 18, 2011

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

Dear Mr. Jorgensen:

This is in reply to your December 23, 2010, letter to Brad Wright of the law offices of Roetzel & Andress in Akron, Ohio, in regard to whether the two letters in question from one of our attorneys to the Cleveland Browns and their letter of response are real.  According to our Chairman, he believes they are genuine, and based on the fact that a reporter talked with both Attorney Cox and the former General Counsel of the Browns and reported on their comments, would seem to verify that.

I hope that helps.

Sincerely yours,


Eric J. Fleming
Director of Executive Resources


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