My GoFundMe page, to raise the funds for my libel lawsuit at NYU, has—or had—been drawing donations daily, getting more as I’ve done still more interviews online; but, as of two days ago, the page appeared (as if) to freeze, with nothing coming in, despite my having lately done several podcast interviews.
Today I asked my friend Katie Leishman, the administrator of the page, to test it with a small donation, which she did, and that went through; but I think it’s possible that funds donated by others, whose names the system would not recognize, are somehow being blocked, either inadvertently or purposely.
If, then, you are a new subscriber (and I’m pleased to say that all those interviews are drawing many new ones), and are able to afford it, please consider making a donation, as I expect that, one way or the other, this process will drag on, and cost a lot. (Donations go directly into an escrow account managed by my lawyer, so I won’t be profiting from this.)
Thanks a million. The page is here (and all the documents pertaining to the case are up at markcrispinmiller.com):
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