Friday, September 21, 2007

Complaint letters

The complaint letters were sent to Michelle finally and there were several from the same complainant. The Charity unit however does not seem to want to take further action and have asked that we write to the complainant directly. None of the details were given however - they were full of allegations but no actual details and some of them contradictory. We have been told however that we are not to reveal the contents of the letters which seems very odd - there were allegations that the woman alleged other people had made. If we cannot write to them to clarify - and the charities unit did not at any point mention if THEY had clarified with the people mentioned, then how is the allegation to be proven or disproven?

We had actually written to this woman in the past as she had been sending email after email to us and we had told her to stop writing to us or we would consider taking legal action against her. She responded by tearing the letter, scribbling on it and mailing it back to us. I had a fellow blogger call me as well and mention that he was thinking of making a police report against her for harassing him in relation to this whole incident as well as she insisted that she had been mentioned on my blog and for some reason started emailing him. Why she chose to write to him, neither of us are very sure.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

All allegations must be made open and transparent as CWS has to guard its reputation against falsehoods.

21/9/07 4:20 PM  
Blogger VeganCatsg said...

Seems like some delusional disorder.
But shouldn't the Charitable Unit take issue with this complainant and not just let her get away with seditious remarks?

21/9/07 8:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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4/10/07 10:10 AM  

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