Subject: Please remove defamatory articles
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Tuesday, November 24, 2020
CC: Mark Belles (CEO), Doug Lederman (Editor), Lincoln E. Frank (Quad Partners); Daniel P. Neuwirth (Quad Partners)
I should have written to you some time ago, but you need to refrain from continuing to write false, scandalized and defamatory articles about me and my time as President of Mount St. Mary’s University. You have had your fun, but this now has to stop and you need to remove and correct the falsehoods in your numerous articles about me.
Here is your…
As a British-American transformation specialist, I often have to work in politically charged environments. Change causes emotions to run high, and in this environment Machiavellian constituents further their self-interested agendas by inflaming anger and fear rather than focusing on facts. When these manipulations happen, it always leads to bad outcomes.
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Simon P. Newman
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