Urgent/Permanent Injunction--Contempt of Court, Invasion of Privacy, Data Protection, Cyber-Harassment & Copyright Infringement Notice and Breach of Terms of Service NotificationThe email went on to inform me (and yes, yelling at me in all caps) of the "UK CONTEMPT OF COURT ACT," the "EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ARTICLE 8 (INVASION OF PRIVACY NOTICE)," the "UK COMMUNICATIONS ACT (MALICIOUS COMMUNICATIONS NOTICE," the "UK PREVENTION OF HARASSMENT ACT (MALICIOUS COMMUNICATIONS NOTICE)," the "UK COMPUTER MISUSE ACT (MALICIOUS COMMUNICATIONS NOTICE," and so on.
Web Sheriff is acting on behalf of the homosexual couple Elton John and David Furnish. Since I mentioned John and Furnish and details concerning their "open marriage" in the aforementioned column--in other words, told the truth about marriage and homosexuality--I became a target. This threatening email has been sent more than once this year (see here).
As the other target of Web Sheriff dutifully notes, this is pure nonsense. It's little more than an empty threat meant to scare me into silence. The people of America haven't been subject to British law for well over two centuries. John and Furnish want to carry on their faux "marriage" and further the homosexual agenda without being challenged. I won't stand for it. I will continue to shine the light on their lies and the lies of their like-minded allies. Stay tuned.
Update 1: It seems my good friends at American Thinker (AT) have fallen prey to similar tactics. Though I'm not privy to all of the details, the column Same-Sex 'Marriage' Was Doomed Long Before President-Elect Donald Trump ran on American Thinker on Sunday, November 27. Because of threats from "ridiculous people" in the UK, AT has--for now--taken down my column. Again, stay tuned.