Dear Ms. Sullivan,
After reading your letter below and the accusatory statements of Mr. Martin as you have suggested, It is clear that his staff and department is in as much or more need of investigation as anybody else involved for having completely and with the utmost bias, prejudged the incident before anybody has any clue of the complete and true facts about what actually may have occurred.
Equally or even more alarming and more disturbing is the fact that you, in your position of ‘Leadership’ ???, prematurely suggest and draw reference to this statement as if it is some sort of an accurate reliable, and truthful, factual account or source of what really did happen, [when it really contains essentially no facts at all about what did actually take place]. Go back and read your own words to us about the lack of any clarity of detail of what actually happened at this point in time. Neither you nor your Mr. Martin and company provide any real insight or facts of what really happened. Until those facts are fully public and available, correspondence like this from both you and Mr. Martin and company is inciteful and totally irresponsible and inappropriate.
David W. Morthland, Law, 1965.
Retired VP, Willamette Industries, Inc.