Update, WICR loses court case, judgement for defendants $9,000 + legal costs.
I really start to wonder about people and their intelligence when they write threatening emails.
It’s one thing to be standing there one-on-one telling somebody you’re going to go to their employer and try to get them fired. It’s another thing when you put it down in writing especially when the person you’re threatening has just finished testifying against your company in a court of law.
David, You’re an idiot. Go cry about that… we’re going to see you in two weeks at court again with copies of this email and give them to the judge. Of course we’re going to file them first so the judge has time to read them before we get there. Yes that includes the email you sent me last October.
You really should talk to your wife, who is your lawyer who I am sure as a semi-competent attorney would tell you that you’re an idiot to write anything like this down.
— Forwarded Message —–From: “WICR INC” <WICR.INC@wicr.net>To: “email@example.com” <firstname.lastname@example.org>Sent: Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 6:16 AMSubject: FW: Your Theft of WICR property
Thanks for confirming in court today, your theft of WICR documents and records. As you know, you signed an agreement not to take any company property, therefore please be advised, this email will serve as a demand that you return the stolen company documents immediately.
Also, thank you for confirming in court today that you lied in your unemployment hearing and that you were not fired from WICR almost 8 years ago, you quit. Then you filed an unemployment claim which you lied and the Unemployment department stated you lied and were denied unemployment. By the way, I did not share this information with Bill L out of respect to you and your family, however it is clear you have no respect.
As you know, having Bill L, an admitted trouble maker, thief and liar, write your affidavit (which you signed, and was NOT admitted in court) was not a very bright thing to do. Bill L has now posted your document on Yelp and as you know, you signed the document and most of it has now been proven to be false, which means YOU slandered WICR. I would urge you to have Mr. L immediately remove the document and not post slanderous comments online using your name unless of course you wish to lose anything and everything you work for.
Moving forward, please refrain (DO NOT) from contacting any WICR employees or my family.
In closing, please be informed that we have very close friends within Reno contracting and although I have not informed Reno of your actions, hatred, the phone calls you made threatening WICR employees and now your statement that you have WICR records that don’t belong to you, you can be assured, if we don’t get our records back and you don’t stop harassing me and WICR, I will send everything to Reno and let them decide how to respond with your employment. But know, this does not mean you will be let off the hook for the slander that Bill L has just caused for you. Such a good friend Bill L is when he could care less what happens to you in court and with your job!
Jose, WICR does not bother you, in fact we leave you alone, therefore we expect the same courtesy from you, that is unless you would rather we start sending information to the guys who make your pay check?
Jose, it’s been 8 years since you quite WICR, get on with your life, you don’t work for WICR and may not work for Reno once they see and read all the information. More importantly, no matter what you think of me an WICR, Bill L is not your buddy, he will be the reason you lose your job with Reno.
By all means, send Bill L this email, we want his response so that when we post all of his comments, he will feel the wrath of his own sword.
You can send the box of documents to WICR offices in San Diego. If you need the address, I am sure you can look on the internet…
Don’t bother emailing me back as I will simply block your emails. Just send the documents you stole and do it soon, your job may depend upon it
David Mazor, President
WICR Inc. Waterproofing & Construction