On the slim chance you're serious: in Texas, once you send a letter or email, it is out of your control. The recipient can forward it, publish it, whatever.
I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on the Internet. Didn't even sleep at a Holiday Inn last night.
I'm a little aware of this, because I was somewhat of a jerk along these lines once. I complained to the editor of a local paper about certain sports coverage. He responded with a smart-@$$ snippy email. I forwarded it to about 300 of my closest friends.
calling names < seeking legal council on the sand in vag meter.
The guy is a putz, everything has transpired on an internet blog for the washington post. The writer proved himself to be quite ignorant and his irrelevant little blog saw 10 times its normal traffic for two days.