Wednesday, August 03, 2005
Now this is odd. I received the following communication today from the Reverend Whitmarsh in London; but upon inspection, the email seems to have been sent from one of Tom DeLay's staffers:
Grace Baptist Churches (SE)
Mount Zion House,7 Arlington Way,
On behalf of the entire Church and board of trustee (Grace Baptist Churches (SE) I bring you this good news. The church had fund it so difficult to locate you for this pressing issue via normal post but the letters returned undelivered until we tried your email address.
On behalf of our beloved Brother, Late Engr.Mark Dose who passed on to glory on the 21ist of March 2004 after a brief illness. late Engr.Mark Dose until his death was a former managing director and pioneer staff of a giant construction company, he was a devout Christian and a dedicated member of our parish, he was a great philanthropist and this earned him a papal award during his life time He lived and worked here as a foreigner and requested before his death that he be buried here in his words" I regard here as my home and the people as my people" The good news here, is that he left a will in your name as a beneficiary to the bequest of the sum of US$3,000.000 [Three million dollars] in the codicil and last testament of the deceased. Few minute before our brother slept in the Lord, he personally instructed me to contact you hence I am the presiding minister of the Church and see that his will is being executed accordingly by his attorney
NAME; CHARLES HICKS ESQ
He advised you use this money to support your Charity activities and help to the less privileged.
Be informed that we are not mixing words here!!! With acknowledgement of this letter and for reconfirm purpose, endeavor to send me your full names and contact address to verify with what we have here. This
will enable his lawyer execute this will accordingly, for the release of these funds to you. Also, forward back alongside TO ME AND ALSO A
COPY OF THIS MAIL
May the good Lord be with you.
Yours in His service
REV; David S. Whitmarsh