The letter is good but it sounds like extortion
. Under Maryland's § 3-706:
A person [is prohibited], with the intent to unlawfully extort money, property, or anything of value from another, may not knowingly send or deliver, or make for the purpose of being sent or delivered and part with the possession
of, a writing threatening to:
(1) accuse any person of a crime or of anything that, if true, would bring the person into contempt or disrepute; or
(2) (i) cause physical injury to a person;
(ii) inflict emotional distress on a person;
(iii) cause economic damage to a person; or
(iv) cause damage to the property of a person.
While you are not requesting money, the letter nonetheless has a very devious tone to it. Also, do you really want this letter to be shown by him later on in Court? How will this make you look?
A better letter may be one that:
1) Lets them know that you believe that they had done something inappropriate and
2) Asks for a meeting to discuss this matter amongst other things.
It is best to be general here, and not that threatening.
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