The Baha'i Faith & Religious Freedom of Conscience

> From: Nancy S Damren <>
> To:
> Subject: 
> Date: Monday, September 29, 1997 2:35 PM
> Dear Mr. Glaysher,
> I have had the dubious privilege of receiving four email messages from
> you in the same retrieval, that of Monday afternoon, September 29, 1997.
> I have already reacted in earlier postings to your intemperate and
> inflammatory language.  That reaction was negative.  Now you send word
> that your impertinence has been inflicted on the Universal House of
> Justice, an institution of God that you have no business addressing in
> such a fashion.
> Your emphasis on your own selfish desire to do as you please, regardless
> of the consequences, rather than acting for the good of the Faith has
> cost you all respect in my eyes and, no doubt, in those of many others.
> You have nothing to say to me that I want to hear.  Accordingly, I must
> request you to omit my email address from all of your postings in the
> future.  Further bombardment - for I can call it nothing less - will
> result in notification of both my email service and yours of your email
> abuse.  If that doesn't work, then perhaps prosecution will.
> You saw a threat in a perfectly innocent and concerned letter from an
> Auxiliary Board member where there was none.  Fine the threat here.  This
> threat is real.
> Nancy Damren