Re: Please revoke your signatures from Martin Kraff's keys
Steve Langasek <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sun, May 28, 2006 at 11:57:43PM -0400, Roberto C. Sanchez wrote:
>> The identification showed his real name and real likeness . He did not
>> misrepresent any information in either obtaining the document or in
>> presenting it to those who requested he identify himself.
> The real issue is that, for those people who did not notice the problematic
> ID and check his passport as well, the truth value of the above statements
> is completely unknown. This makes it unreasonable to sign his key based on
> such an ID; it also makes it unreasonable, IMHO, to insist that
> Martin-or-someone-saying-his-name-is-Martin has deceived us, because for the
> people who only looked at his Transnational Republic ID, there is not enough
> information available to say either way.
Quite right. It seems certainly appropriate to me to suggest to
people who signed the ID on the basis of the Transnational Republic ID
that they should revoke the signature, and that people who aren't sure
should do the same.
But the claim that Martin lied or committed a fraud, this claim is not
suggested at all.