J-7--This is a good one, really, it looks patently-false, and just more of "Steve Canyon's" childish behavior. I was sent this e-mail at 3:09 PM today, and I think Stevie got another yahoo account (they've been forwarded the original mail). You think it has the ring of a "stay-off this one." Could this be the beginning of an intimidation campaign? It sure shows all the characteristics of a mass-mailing, which could be done surreptitiously through yahoo from nearly anywhere, even another country. The e-mail (minus the address):
Title: "CEASE AND DESIST"Text: HEY, I DON'T APPRECIATE YOU POSTING MY PHONE NUMBER ON YOUR BLOG. I SUGGEST YOU TAKE IT DOWN IMMEDIATELY OR MY ATTORNEY WILL BE CONTACTING YOU. (MAKE THAT SUING YOU!) REMOVE IT NOW!This link was at the bottom of the e-mail, probably placed there as a cover (no site meter readings indicate anyone during the time period visited J-7 from any yahoo sites): http://mobile.yahoo.com/mobileweb/onesearch?refer=1ONXIC
Conclusion: A total--and clumsy--fraud, and a dead-giveaway without any phone number enclosed to be removed, nor a name sign-off. Spooks? Nahhhhhhhhh. I'd wager it's "Steve Canyon," since he also used a yahoo e-mail account (have a pulse? you can get a yahoo account!).
I'll have to block this one too. It should be noted that all the phone numbers of Pamela Martin & Associates are public records and can be published without any legal recourse (unless one knowingly changed them), courtesy of federal District Judge Gladys Kessler.
Or is it http://www.winningcampaigns.org/ doing what they do best? SAIC? Nothing on the counter seemed to suggest it. We'll see.