12.20.2011 01:56 PM

Deloitte’s on immigrants (updated)

In response to today’s Sun column on Jason Kenney, I just got a super-nice email from one Blaine L. Mcdonald, wherein the Deloittes man – who, ironically enough, works at one of the mega-firm’s Arlington offices – rails on and on about “immigrants” and “failed immigration policy.” And that sort of thing. Using firm email.

Anyone able to help me find out more about this charming man?

UPDATE: Mr. Mcdonald has surfaced. ¬†He’s sent me an ass-covering email in which he says he’s abroad on Deloitte’s business, and used a firm laptop by “mistake.” ¬†Methinks, instead, that some managers at Deloitte’s got a Google alert about Mcdonald’s “mistake” and told him to fix it, pronto.


  1. David Bronaugh says:

    Well; they’re using Google’s hosted mail services. Chances are anyone in that organization can send mail from any account name they want. That being said, there might be some telltale leftovers in the mail headers; if you’re bored and trust random people off the internet, you could forward the email to me.

    • Kevin says:

      Ditto. Altho’ gmail as a rule removes much originating info. Most of their header info concerns the path from their servers to you, rather than from the originator to their servers.

  2. Jim Hanna says:

    He wouldn’t necessarily show up in a search unless he was a partner (now that would be disturbing)….I know people at Deloitte here in Montreal let me check with them…

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