My wife has been having a problem with a specific individual on an Amazon.com discussion forum. I don’t care to discuss it apart from sharing the brief message I posted to him.
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J. Gramze says:
Jeff, or whatever your real name is,
I am going to ask you once and only once — for the record — to stop directly communicating with my wife online. I would further ask you, for the record, to stop discussing or referring to her in any way. In that your behavior distresses her concerns me greatly. Man to man, I am telling you to stop this and stop it NOW.
A true man of strength treats others gently. A true man of wisdom treats people with patient understanding. A truly intelligent man does not habitually make it his agenda to harass and distress another man’s wife either directly or by talking about her publicly.
My wife has kept a record of most everything you have posted about her and to her in context. Your deletions have been noted as well. I insist that this collection of documents stop growing.
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My wife then posted, for the record, telling him to stop directly or indirectly addressing her in any way.
The actual discussion topic is immaterial. This is the appropriate first legal step in handling this sort of thing. I hope I do not have to fully explore the next step.