Cease and Desist Harassment Letter

CEASE AND DESIST HARASSMENT LETTER

April 30, 2021

Dear Sir or Madam:

This CEASE-AND-DESIST HARASSMENT LETTER is to inform you that your harassing and intimidating actions against me has become unbearable. Such anti-social behavior is completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated in any way, shape or form. This letter is to demand that your harassment and intimidation must CEASE AND DESIST HARASSMENT immediately. Should you continue to pursue these activities in violation of this CEASE-AND-DESIST LETTER, I will not hesitate to pursue further legal action against you, including, but not limited to, civil action and/or criminal complaints.

I have included the following links to provide the information needed as well as some of the incidents that have occurred: 

Please note that I have a right to remain free from your intimidating tactics, and we will take the responsibility upon ourselves to protect that right. Note that a copy of this letter and a record of its delivery will be stored. Note too that it is admissible as evidence in a court of law and will be used as such if need be in the future.

This CEASE AND DESIST HARASSMENT LETTER demands that you immediately discontinue and do not at any point in the future under any circumstances do the following to me: speak to, contact, pursue, harass, attack, strike, bump into, brush up against, push, tap, grab, hold, threaten, telephone (via cellular or landline), instant message, page, fax, email, follow, stalk, shadow, disturb my peace, keep me under surveillance, gather information about and/or block my movements at home, work, social gatherings or religious functions.

[New York: Note that your behavior is a violation of New York State Penal Law Section 240.25 – Harassment in the First Degree, Section 240.26 – Harassment in the Second Degree, Section 240.30 – Aggravated Harassment in the Second Degree, Section 240.45 – Criminal Nuisance in the Second Degree, Section 120.45 – Stalking in the Fourth Degree, Section 120.50 – Stalking in the Third Degree, Section 120.55 – Stalking in the Second Degree, Section 120.60 – Stalking in the First Degree, Section 135.60 – Coercion in the Second Degree, Section 105.00 – Conspiracy in the Sixth Degree, Section 120.15 – Menacing in the Third Degree.]

[United Kingdom: Section 2 Offence: Harassment, Section 2A Offence: Stalking, Protection from Harassment Act of 1997, Crime and Disorder Act of 1998, Section 4A (1)(b)(i): Putting People in Fear of Violence, Section 4A(1)(b)(ii) Offence: Stalking involving fear of violence or serious alarm or distress]

[Canada: Canada Criminal Code, Section 264: Criminal Harassment, Paragraphs 1 and 2]

[Australia: Domestic and Personal Violence Act of 2007 – Section 13: Stalking or intimidation with intent to cause fear of physical or mental harm]

[Germany: German Criminal Code/, Section 238 – Stalking, Paragraph 1/Strafgesetzbuch– StGB,§ 238 – Stalking, Absatz 1]

[France: Criminal Code of the French Republic, Article 222-33 – Sexual Harassment, Article 222-33-2 – Moral Harassment/Code pénal de la République française, Article 222-33 – Harcèlement sexuel, Article 222-33-2 – Harcèlement moral]

[Japan: Japan Penal Code, Law Concerning Regulations Such as Stalking, 2012 Law No. 81, Article 2 – ”Tsukimatoi”, 2012 Law No. 81, Article 3/日本刑法、ストーカー等の規制に関する法律、平成24年法律第81号、第2条〜「月まとい」、平成24年法律第81号、第3条]

[Italy: Italian Penal Code, Decree Law n. 11/2009 of February 23, 2009, Act #38, Article 612 bis, Persecutory Acts, ”stalking”/Italia: codice penale italiano, decreto legge n. 11/2009 del 23 febbraio 2009, legge n. 38, articolo 612 bis, atti di persecuzione, ”stalking”]

[Korea: Korean Penal Code, Article 3, Section 1, Section 41: Continuous Harassment;Article 3, Section 1, Section 42: Continuous Sexual Harassment/한국 : 한국 형법 제 3 조 1 항 41 항 : 지속적인 괴롭힘; 제 3 조 1 항 42 항 : 지속적인 성희롱]

[Netherlands: Criminal Law, Article 285b: Harassment/Nederland: Wetboek van Strafrecht, artikel 285b: Intimidatie]

[India: Indian Criminal Code, Section 503: Criminal Intimidation, Section 507: Criminal Intimidation via Anonymous Threatening/Intimidation, Section 504: Intentional Insult with Intent to Provoke Breach of the Peace/भारत: भारतीय आपराधिक संहिता, धारा 503: आपराधिक धमकी, धारा 507: बेनामी धमकी / धमकी के माध्यम से आपराधिक धमकी, धारा 504: शांति भंग करने के इरादे से इरादे का अपमान]

[Connecticut: Sec. 53a-181c – 1992, Stalking in the first degree, Sec. 53a-181d – 1992, Stalking in the second degree, Sec. 53a-181e – 1995. Stalking in the third degree, § 53a-182b. Harassment in the first degree, 53a-183. Harassment in the second degree]

[New Jersey: Note that your behavior is a violation of New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice Title 2C:12-10 – Stalking, Title 2C:33-34 – Harassment.]

[Maryland: Note that your behavior is a violation of Maryland State Code Title 3, Subtitle 8, Section 3-802 – Stalking, Section 3-803 – Harassment, Section 3-804 – Misuse of Telephone Facilities, Section 3-805 – Misuse of Electronic Mail, Subtitle 9, Section 3-901 – Visual Surveillance, Section 3-902 – Visual Surveillance with Pruient Intent and Section 3-906 – Divulging Private Communications.]

[Illinois: Note that your behavior is a violation of Illinois Compiled Statutes Chapter 720 ILCS 5/12-7.3 – Stalking, Chapter 720 ILCS 5/12-7.4 – Aggravated Stalking, Chapter 720 ILCS 5/12-7.5 – Cyberstalking, Chapter 720 ILCS 135/1-1 – Harassment by telephone, Chapter 720 ILCS 135/1-2 – Harassment through electronic communications, Chapter 720 ILCS 135/0.01 – 135/2 – Harassing and Obscene Communications Act and Chapter 720 ILCS 135/0.01 Short Title Harassing and Obscene Communications Act.

[Massachusetts: Note that your behavior is a violation of Massachusetts Criminal Statutes Chapter 265:37 – Violations of Constitutional Rights, Chapter 265:43 – Stalking, Chapter 265:43A – Criminal Harassment and Chapter 265:14A – Annoying Telephone Calls]

[Washington DC: Note that your behavior is a violation of Federal Criminal Statutes 47 USC 223(a)(1)(c) – Obscene or Harassing Telephone Calls in the District of Columbia or in Interstate or Foreign Communications; District of Columbia Code, Title 22, Section 504 – Threatened Assault in a Menacing Manner; Stalking

[Virginia: Note that your behavior is a violation of the Criminal Code of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 18.2-60.3A – Stalking, Class 1 Misdemeanor and 18.2-60.3B – Stalking, Class 6 Felony.]

[California: Note that your behavior is a violation of the California Penal Code Subsection 646.9 – Stalking and 422 – Punishment for Threats]

[Texas: Note that your behavior is a violation of the Texas Penal Code Subsection 42.072(a)(b)(c) – Stalking and Subsection 42.07(a)(b)(c) – Harassment]

[Federal: Note that your behavior is a violation of US Federal Laws 18 USC Subsection 2265 Full Faith and Credit, 18 USC Subsection 2261A Interstate Stalking, 18 USC Subsection 875(c) Interstate Communications, 47 USC Subsection 223(a)(1)(c) Harassing Telephone Calls in Interstate Communications]

[Interstate Statues: Note that your behavior is a violation of Federal Criminal Statutes 18 USC 2261A – Interstate Stalking and 47 USC 223(a)(1)(c) – Obscene or Harassing Telephone Calls in the District of Columbia or in Interstate or Foreign Communications]

[Additional US state-by-state anti-stalking laws are available at: State Laws]

Should you willfully choose to continue your current course of action, I will not hesitate to file a complaint with the Police Department for your ongoing violations of the Criminal Laws noted previously.

This letter does not constitute exhaustive statement of my position nor is it a waiver of any of my rights and/or remedies in this and/or any other related matter.

We demand your immediate compliance, and furthermore that you confirm in writing that all violative activity will cease immediately.

Very truly yours,

Michelle T. DBA MsRogueSA

Sent via Posted on msrogueofsa.net & mylifeasati.code.blog

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