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[casi] Darin - US police are investigating

Dear All.

 Firstly my apologies for not having moderated the list properly in the
last week, due to a number of distractions. This allowed a number of
messages from Darin to go through to the list (he resubscribed under a new
name, which has now been removed).
 Most of Darin's messages, however, have Not been sent via the list;
rather, he has sent them directly to individuals, albeit as blind carbon
copy, so this may not be immediately obvious. Unfortunately, emails not
sent via the list are beyond our control. It is probably best policy not to
reply to these messages, and indeed not to discuss Darin on the list,
unless absolutely necessary - it would only encourage him.
 As regards dealing with Darin, we are currently liaising with a US police
force about his harassing messages, they in fact contacted us and seem
sympathetic and helpful. If you continue to receive harassing messages or
even personal threats, you may wish to likewise contact your police force.
If you do so, please send us the details of any police contact to, then we will try to ensure that if several police forces
are investigating, they are aware of each other. Anai Rhodes is also
liaising with police, so it might be sensible to forward any offending
messages to her as well.

best wishes,


Nicholas Martin
CASI Lists Manager -

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