However, Reimers did give Credico a weekly time slot and there was a brief, ineffective story on the NY 1 channel, but WBAI and its "management" were, if anything, further ridiculed and subsequent fund raising efforts have yielded the most miserable results ever.
It is said that Tony Bates—who cajoled his way into a snug position at Reimers' bosom and is as widely despised in and around WBAI—deeply resented the effectiveness of Credico's elbows, so a seething internal battle surfaced and ended in Credico abruptly storming out.
Ended? Well, I guess not. We don't know the details yet, but Credico appears to be seething and bent on some form of revenge. This related but frivolous side act comes when the station and Pacifica are facing possible extinction, so be prepared.
A chronic protester, Credico obviously enjoys attention—Bates, not so much. So we know who fires the first shot. Apropos that, Credico posted the following publicly, yesterday. I have no hope left for a satisfactory solution to the Pacifica problem, but I think it is fair to surmise that Reimers is too cowardly to take either side. This is all so infantile—Bill Crosier should finally step in and dismiss them all. What do you think?
I will continue to fight I've got so much publicity coming to New Yorkers doing a profile on me this week I have New York one Newsweek to name a few I will not stop until this dictatorship by two dicks comes to an end thank you for your support let me add anyone that supports them should write me off of their list because I have no respect for anyone that has respect for Berthold and Tony Bates. —Randy Credico