Re: Notice to Phil Nicholls...
Phil Nicholls (email@example.com)
Sun, 09 Jul 1995 16:51:21 GMT
firstname.lastname@example.org (BARD) wrote:
> 8 Jul. 1995
> Mr. Nicholls,
> Yesterday you sent me an email note in which you threatened to
> ask all the members of sci.anthropology.paleo to not respond to
> my posts.
> I have not taken your threat lightly.
> This upcoming Monday morning I will be in contact with your
> department head at SUNY Albany. I will email him a copy of your
> email note as well as the many others you have sent me over the past
> few months.
> In addition, my attorney will be contacting the law firm representing
> SUNY Albany. Inasmuch as you are a staff member of SUNY Albany, I can
> only conclude your threats are sanctioned by the University.
> Thus you can expect we will be bringing suit against SUNY Albany as
> well as a personal suit against you.
> I regret having to take these actions but see no other recourse. I
> have ignored your email in the past hoping that in time you would
> cease and desist. This has not been the case.
> Finally, it may be of some small interest for you to know that my
> family has a long tradition in Albany. Both my father and grandfather
> served with distinction under both Corning administrations.
> You should also be aware that although long out of politics, my father
> was incensed at what I told him is happening here and is very much
> interested in meeting your department head himself.
> This too may come to pass...
To all sci.anthropology.paleo and sci.anthropolgy readers:
Please not NOT respond publically to this message. Respond via email
or mail a copy of this message to email@example.com.
Phil Nicholls "To ask a question you must first
firstname.lastname@example.org know most of the answer.
Semper Alouatta! - Robert Sheckley