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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Scott Kronick
Scott Kronick, the president of Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide's China operations, said he raised concerns about the way protests might be handled when an official with the Beijing Olympic organizing committee asked him about the possibility of activists disrupting the torch relay.
"I said, 'People will understand that. That's the way different groups act. What you need to worry about is what your response is going to be and how you will act,' " said Mr. Kronick, whose clients include Adidas, an Olympic sponsor.