Few old emails:
We have already offered our services -- we believe most of you to be good of
heart, and will be happy to provide assistance in any matter that does not
involve sending us back. If there is a way you believe we can help, do not
hesitate to ask.
Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2012 3:08 PM
To: Morgan Le Fey
Subject: Re: "A show of good faith"
Thank you very much for this echo. I understand from your previous email you
are unimpressed with my questioning; I will refrain. I should mention that I
have become aware of Silver's new membership of your organisation. We have
found a wall piece. I wish to press you, with that, for an alliance to take
place. Mr. Administrator has been completely unwilling to share data. I hope
you can be more willing to enable us to move forward.
On 2 Dec 2012, at 23:21, Morgan Le Fey <email@example.com> wrote:
We've been working on this since Don Quixote's medical condition
became apparent - as we have said, we do not want to know what would
happen if a fictional dies. Don Quixote is a great hero, and deserves
a long life, whether in this world or his own.
Even with this, many of you still will not trust us. Even with this,
many of you will never deem to help us. But while James was in favor
of holding onto it until you all have acted for us, this is far too
Please give him a happy ending.
No virus found in this message. (Reassuring)
Clearly they're hardening against refic.
In life, he suffered from a sense of unreality, as do many Englishmen.