September #51 : Feel Like a Nuttall - by Gabi Horn

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September 1999

Feel Like a Nuttall

by Gabi Horn

Has activist Kevin Nuttall gone too far? Michael Faulkner, president of the Western North Carolina AIDS Project, thinks so: He put the pesky protester behind bars. “For years, [Nuttall] has harassed [Faulkner],” read the May 25 arrest warrant charging Faulkner’s former client with stalking. Since 1995, Nuttall has accused the ASO of shifty fund--raising and shoddy services. His repeated assertions attracted in-quiries from the CDC and Attorney General’s Office. “My actions have been legal,” he told POZ. “And how could I scare Faulkner? The biggest threat I pose is a paper cut.”

“Nuttall’s incessant anger has demoralized the agency,” Faulkner told a local paper. “If he could channel that energy into healing himself, he’d be cured.”




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