Re: Can you 'threaten legal action' in a email?
> "richard" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> On Wed, 11 Mar 2009 13:00:47 -0400, "WeReo_ScoTTy"
>> <ScoTTo@newsserver.net> wrote:
>>> A couple of days ago I had one of these bumbling buffoons send me a email
>>> saying he was contemplating "taking legal action of his own" if he catches
>>> me talking about him again on the internet. This was BRASS-Brain, of
>>> The boob was actioned by his ISP just last month for doing the same thing.
>>> Well he didn't threaten "legal action" that time, just other "tortious"
>>> emails he apparently can't resist from sending me.
>>> So his ISP immediately wrote me back saying they've "taken the appropriate
>>> action" against BRASS-Brain. You know they never tell you what they do.
>>> My question is, if they sent me a email saying they've taken care of the
>>> situation, what did they do and is just THREATENING A LAWSUIT against
>>> someone in any email a strong enough violation to trigger some action, or
>>> action at all?
>> So what?
>> Wanna know how many times Ive been threatened with legal action by
>> some jackass?
>> Or how many times I have done it?
>> Tell the SOB to shove his threats up his ass and until he actual signs
>> the papers, I wouldn't worry about it.
> I gave HIM something to worry about. I think his ISP canned him.
Unlikely in the extreme
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