In response to Sylvia De Rooy’s letter (Mailbox, March 29) beginning “Shame on you Richard Salzman” for doing what he promised her he wouldn’t do on “a question of ethics,” it strikes me, sadly, that Ms. De Rooy’s outrage is unfortunately misplaced. As all the higher attributes of human decency are founded upon being truthful, decent people — like Sylvia — who are lied to rightfully feel a sense of ethical betrayal. The problem with Sylvia’s having “expected better of you, Richard,” is that we are absolutely not dealing with either an ethical or a decent person here....
◼ Web of Lies - Richard Salzman and other e-mail phonies - The Journal
◼ Anoint Adams - Richard Salzman/The Journal
◼ Don't Anoint Susan - Sylvia De Rooy/Letter to Editor/The Journal
◼ ‘Surly Cur’ Salzman - Paul Hagen/Letter to Editor/The Journal