The following message was sent to the e-mail address associated with the website, which I own and operate. I consider this message to constitute a character attack, and I am reviewing my options for response.

Marian Beddill

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  You are obviously very proud of all of your accomplishments and
credentials in this life.  What you do not realize is that until you also
identify that you are or were a man during most of those years all of
your credentials have no crediability.  Should we start bringing your
certificates and licenses to the meetings so when you identify who you
are we can check the names and photos.  Honesty is the only solution to a
true plan for Lk Whatcom.

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