Thank you for the empathy. I'm sorry they're giving you a hard time, too. Printing your own literature, eh? It reminds me of how they dissed those that were "cleaned out" in 1980, followed by insinuations of wife-swapping, homosexuality, etc.
Elsewhere, what about the elders passing around these emails, plainly identified as confidential. Each time it's passed from one to the next without my permission, isn't ecclesiastical confidentiality being trivialized yet again and made meaningless? They've admitted on tape having emails I've written. I really would like to get them on tape admitting to having these specific emails, where the recipient promised me confidentiality. Of course, I kept a copy of the entire exchange with that Cretan. (Oops, I think I've offended Cretans by classifying her with them!) But really, how can they claim ecclesiastical confidentiality, when they violate it with impunity? (I'd much rather go after the elders.)