Fw: [Fathers4Justice_Wales-Cymru] UK - Fathers' rights official tried to ruin man's custody case
- Please can you cancel my subscription entirely, including the fnf help forum as i've already been expelled from fnf chat for titling headings 'CORRUPTION' please ruth, i don't want to be a part of FnF no more. Please can you forward this to the representing party please.Kind RegardsSteve Bayliss----- Original Message -----From: JoetheToad@...To: s_bayliss@...Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2008 8:21 PMSubject: FNF Forum Subscription
Your posts in recent weeks have become more and more derogatory of the work of FNF and the work of the volunteers or employees. You have made suggestions that these people have been bought off in some way which is deeply insulting, unfair and untrue.
I would not expect F4J to tolerate FNF members going onto their forums and criticising F4Js integrity or motivation. The two organisations have different ways of working, but the motivation of the people has never been questioned by anyone in FNF. I think FNF have been exceptionally tolerant for months in allowing your posts and explaining again and again why FNF work in the way that we do.
I said in a post that I will not see the forums used to make unfounded allegations that demoralise the volunteers and workers within the charity.
Following Jon Davies' email, I again posted publicly on forum saying that the forums are not to be used in this way and explained why.
This has been the subject of discussion between the moderators of the forums who have agreed that due to the repeated allegations made in your posts, we feel there is no option now other than to revoke your subscription.
It is with deep regret that I have unsubscribed you from the forums.
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