Also as ugajin suggests, try using Font Book to deactivate system files, rather 
than removing them.

Ross

On Mar 26, 2016, at 4:27 PM, Snowyn wrote:

>> The reason you cannot remove the "system fonts" is that they are part
>> of "core services." under current OS X versions these can only be
>> altered by the administrative user account with authentication from
>> Apple via an Apple ID, but it (supposedly) can be done.
> 
>> Ross
> 
> Do you have any recommendations on how to get "authentication from Apple via 
> an
> Apple ID" or where I should post to get help from Apple on this?
> 
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