Your letter … contained some amount of backbiting, name-calling and sneering. We refrained from wading into this battle in the past out of a hope that the crooked could be straightened by the easiest and softest means. … But the wound continued to bleed, and in fact increasingly bled, until your last letter arrived, ending any hope of stanching the wound and healing it.They also complained that he wouldn't answer his phone, failed to hand in expense reports, and refused to follow orders.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Even al Qaeda has Problem Employees
A letter to terrorist Moktar Belmoktar from his former bosses in Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb: