Knowing that there are stalkers like Donald E. Pauly (Trojan Cowboy) out there who have repeatedly impugned the reputation and integrity of both Edgar and Cyndi Steele, Cyndi leads off by explaining why there has been very little information posted about Edgar recently, and why she has not behaved the way Pauly thinks she should behave. Not only was Cyndi's life disrupted by the trial and incarceration of her husband, but she took another hit when her mother passed away. Let's see how the rest of us would act if we were suddenly deprived of the companionship of a spouse AND a parent within a short period of time before passing judgment on the way Cyndi Steele has been handling this situation. But Cyndi offers a credible explanation as to why she's published so little news about her husband:
I realize that I’ve been far too quiet on matters pertaining to Ed’s current situation, but I assure you that I’m out here fighting for my husband’s freedom. Unfortunately there hasn’t been a lot to report, as the appeal process is slow and a lot of time is spent waiting for filings, responses, replies and answers from the attorneys on both sides and the courts. It is just one of the many things that has been a source of frustration, but anyone in this type of situation is at the mercy of our un-justice or “Just-us” system.
Cyndi also notes that she's been dealing with the 9th Circuit Court since January 2013 and is still waiting for their response. She's been told that the earliest response might be in 2-3 months, but because there is no prescribed time limit, it could take six months or longer to receive a response. In addition, her own contact with Edgar, while recurring, is limited in duration, and prison officials are interdicting mail sent to Edgar by others. Cyndi says that Edgar he isn’t getting most of the mail that anyone has sent, including any legal mail, and that the mail is not being returned to the sender. What little mail is released to him is not given him until two to three weeks after the prison receives it. And now, Edgar Steele's contact will be further restricted by virtue of his move to solitary confinement; he will only be able to call Cyndi once per month. The move was requested by Edgar because he was punched by another prisoner and receiving threats from others.
Donald Pauly has already posted a response on this other Stormfront thread. Starting on this page, Pauly shows he must not have comprehended what Cyndi wrote:
If this indeed is a letter from Steele, it is breaking news. There has been no contact by him with the outside world in 16 months. It looks like that he is admitting that he has not written his wife for at least 'a few months ago'. He doesn't say a word about having pneumonia which Cyndi whined about on 5 February in a begging newsletter. That tends to confirm my guess that she was lying about the whole thing.
When he was in the West side, he should have gotten 20 calls per month of 15 minutes each. There may be restrictions when he is in solitary confinement (SHU=Special Housing Unit according to Pravda Bill White). It sounds as if Steele has not talked to his wife in ages. If he wanted to talk to her, he should have been able to call her every other day.
Something strange is going on here. Perhaps Cyndi has cut off Steele's money to make phone calls and money for stamps. There is no talk of email contact. What caused him to suddenly write this letter?
Pauly's allegation that Edgar hadn't talked to Cyndi in ages is false; in her post, Cyndi clearly states "Until March 17, 2013, my main contact with Ed has been through email and phone calls about every 3 to 4 days". In addition, what makes Pauly such an expert as to what goes on in prison; Steele's the one incarcerated, not Pauly. It should make you question the veracity of Pauly's other claims. Pauly should know that the Bureau of Prisons will do whatever it wants to prisoners regardless of the rules because prisoners are rarely in a position to effectively challenge it.
Donald Pauly has been challenging the official story about Edgar Steele for nearly two years now; he lays out his case on a website called Steele Went Crazy. Pauly's main premise, which is sound, is that Edgar Steele's mental competency may have been adversely affected by a ruptured aorta he suffered; the subsequent surgery to repair the damage may have dislodged many small blood clots which traveled to his brain and made him go insane. Pauly believes that if the Steele defense team would have waged an insanity defense, not only would he have received a shorter sentence, but would also have received medical treatment. One piece of evidence supporting this conclusion is Steele's Internet outreach to Ukrainian women, an estimated 14,000 e-mails worth. The official spin was that Steele was doing "academic research". Bullshit......he was trolling for a girlfriend, and it's understandable why Cyndi would not want to believe this.
But then Pauly goes completely off the reservation with wild allegations. He alleges that Cyndi Steele squandered the $122,000 collected for her husband's defense, and even suggests she may have pocketed some of the money. He claims that Larry Fairfax didn't really steal silver from Edgar Steele. He puts forth the wild claim HERE that Cyndi Steele actually wants Edgar to remain locked up for life, insinuating that she may have sabotaged his case so she can pursue a relationship with a "sugar daddy" named Don Stovall, who is further identified as a "known informant".. Steele writes "All the above prove to my complete satisfaction that Cyndi is the WORST race traitor in the history of White Nationalism", but he provides little to no objective evidence to support his statement. This places Donald E. Pauly completely beyond the pale of reason, and fortunately, most Stormfronters responding to thread know something's wrong with Donald E. Pauly.
It's too bad that Pauly resorts to such wild conspiracy fantasizing and smear tactics against Cyndi Steele, since his premise about Edgar Steele's medical condition seems sound. He has no idea what she has gone through, and has substituted presumptive judgment in place of sound reasoning. Donald E. Pauly has justifiably brought the fickle finger of suspicion down upon himself by his stalking of Cyndi Steele.