A Raysyd (email@example.com)
You are hereby directed to cease and desist all defamation of the Greenberg, Harmon, Brickell family’s character and reputation.
These families are well respected in their communities- and have spent their lives building positive reputations. They have learned via the internet that your site “NODISINFO.COM” is spreading false, destructive, and defamatory rumors about them.
It is unlawful to engage in defamation of another’s character and reputation.
Defamation consists of:
(1) a statement that tends to injure reputation;
(2) communicated to another; and
(3) that the speaker knew or should have known was false.
Your defamatory statements involved these family members and references them in many of your articles.
Accordingly, we demand that you (A) immediately cease and desist your unlawful defamation of the Greenberg, Harmon, and Sexton families and (B) provide us with prompt written assurance within ten 48 hours that you will cease and desist from further defamation of the Greenberg, Harmon, and Sexton family’s character and reputation.
If you do not comply with this cease and desist demand within this time period, these families are entitled to seek monetary damages and equitable relief for your defamation.
Editor’s note: nodisinfo.com has no assets, in fact, minus-zero.
In the event you fail to meet this demand, please be advised that the Greenberg, Sexton, and Brickell families have asked us to communicate to you that they will pursue all available legal remedies, including seeking monetary damages, injunctive relief, and an order that you pay court costs and attorney’s fees. Your liability and exposure under such legal action could be considerable.
Before taking these steps, however, our client wished to give you one opportunity to discontinue your illegal conduct by complying with this demand within 48 hours.
You are to remove all slanderous articles referencing these families within 48 hours of receiving this notice.
The source plus analysis
The email is from firstname.lastname@example.org. In fact, alg2562gmail.com, when put in the search engine, comes up as Anne for Anne Levitman-Greenberg. The “we” in the letter represents not an attorney but Levitman-Greenberg herself. It is known, though, that such letters may be standard recourse prior to legal action. The statement that the “families have asked us” to communicate is surely bizarre but also deceptive. It is precisely a family member by proxy, Ms. Levitman-Greenberg, who herself is doing the communication, though she is giving the impression that she is a third party.
Then, there is prior to this the claim of “rumors.” No one, here, is spreading rumors but, rather, publishing information about the available facts at hand.
Perhaps most telling is the phrase “ten 48,” stated in reference to a demand or deadline. Surely, it would be impossible to comprehend the meaning of such a phrase. “Your illegal conduct:” such a statement hardly bears any need for comment. This is sophomoric to say the least. Notice, too, the unprofessional nature of the email, with some of the type in tiny 9-point type in the same line with 12 point type.
Here is a Google reference showing precisely the same email:
It is not known who is A. Raysyd. “These families” in the letter is the use of a third person terminology, though it is Ms. Levitman-Greenberg who sent the email and who is, apparently, responsible for the content and who is representing the legal-like jargon in the letter and the words “we, they,” and more.
Again, if there is anything in this site that is false, unlike the powerful media sources, it will be corrected as soon as possible.
Anyone who has any proof of any incorrect information on this site, please forward it promptly. Yet, is there evidence of the association of the named families with the Sandy Hook hoax? On this site such evidence has been discovered, for instance, as demonstrated by these pictures:
The first picture shows a portion of the Harmon family featured with a member of the Sandy Hook fake parents group, Natalie Barden of the Mark Barden family. The Mark Barden family is a key component of this scam.