This is the letter they are sending:
Religious Freedom Watch
Defending Religious Rights
August 18, 2005
Religious Freedom Watch investigates and exposes individuals who breed intolerance of religion an incite acts of hatred against Churches and their parishioners. For that purpose, we bring to your attention Andreas Heldal-Lund who claims to be employed by your company as the Operations and IT Director [...].
Mr. Heldal-Lund is one of Europe's leading anti-religious extremists. He is a core member of Norway's Heathen Society, a radical organization dedicated to the destruction of all religion. In 1995 he was arrested for conducting a hate march against the Lutheran Church at their anniversary celebration.
Heldal-Lund's activities quickly spread from attacking the Christian Church to attacking the Church of Scientology. As part of this ideological hate agenda, he wilfully violate the copyright law and may have conspired with others to do so.
In late 1996 he joined with a group of copyright anarchists in posting on the Internet copies of Church of Scientology intellectual properties that had been stolen from the Church in the past. When some of these copyright infringers were sued successfully by the copyright holders, Heldal-Lund and his associates embarked on an anti-religious hate campaign utilizing Internet newsgroups, websites and the press, that continues to this day.
One result of this campaign has been an increase in acts of harassment and violence perpetrated against Scientologists. Scientology churches have been vandalized and individual Scientologists have been harassed, physically attacked and threatened with death.
Heldal-Lund maintains a website that encourages violent actions against the Church, hosts death threats against its members and even recommendations of specific means by which they should be killed. Among the extremists he associates with daily are Dutch copyright anarchist Zenon Panoussis, and Arnaldo Lerma of Arlington, Virginia, who has close ties to both the Utopian Anarchist Party (UAP), an American anti-government militia group, and an anti-Semic movement led by American Willis Carto. this collection of hatemongers and copyright infringers present themselves as noble crusaders for "free speech" - until you scratch the surface and discover that their true "cause" is wiping out all religions and their primary method is harassing and intimidating parishioners and ministers until they fear for their safety.
As a particular example, Andreas Heldal-Lund is a close associate and defender of Keith Henson, an explosive expert who was convicted in California of a hate crime for making terrorist threat against the Church of Scientology and its members, in addition to being found liable for copyright infringement in an earlier suit. In a vain effort to avoid sentencing, Henson fled to Canada and applied for asylum. In response to his application, Canada's Department of Justice found that Henson's crime in the U.S.A. falls under that country's Anti-Terrorist Act, stating: "...The threat to blow up the Church of Scientology and to kill the organization may be seen as a serious threat to cause death, bodily harm, and a risk to health or safety. property damage and/or a serious interference with an essential service so as to constitute terrorist activity."
Heldal-Lund, though, is a stanch supporter of this hate criminal. In fact, he recently wrote to the Canadian authorities introducing himself as an employee of your company and recommending Henson as a "responsible, public minded and productive citizen."
[W]e have no doubt that you understand and appreciate the importance of copyright protection. We know you would not knowingly place the security of your client's intellectual properties in the hands of a copyright anarchist. Therefore, we present you with this information so that you may be aware of this situation and take whatever you feel is appropriate action to protect your clients and shareholders.
Further information and documentation of the activities of Andreas Heldal-Lund is available on our website at www.religiousfreedomwatch.org/extremists/lund1.html. You are also welcome to contact me at the enclosed address or by email at email@example.com.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM WATCH
P.O. Box 50744 Pasadena, California 91105 U.S.A.
The letter is of course filled with lies, but what's new?