Upscale Jewelery Designer Has Husband’s Suicide Note Expunged

Utterly defeated by the Masonic-controlled family court system, Christopher Mackney, 45, committed suicide Dec 29, 2013 in Washington DC. Dina Mackney who Christopher says drove him to suicide, now pursues him beyond the grave. She seeks to have his suicide note removed from over three dozen websites around the world.

by MB and Henry Makow Ph.D. — April

Christopher Mackney, a successful real estate agent, committed suicide last December after his life was destroyed by family court and he was blocked from seeing his children. His ex-wife, prominent jewelry designer Dina Mackney (nee Scarmardo) aided by lawyer Rachelle E. Hill of the firm Bean, Kinney & Korman, now claims she owns the copyright and seeks to remove his suicide note from about 40 web-sites from around the world. She has been supported by her father Pete Scarmardo who Mackney describes as very dangerous.
Dina Mackney (on the left) is the owner of a prominent upscale jewelry design business.
Her products are available at Nordstroms. Her jewelry is worn by celebrities including: Oprah Winfrey, Kate Hudson, Téa Leoni, Norah O’Donnell of CBS This Morning, and musician Grace Potter. By trying to suppress the suicide note, Mackney is demonstrating the relentless, crazed irrationality that drove her ex-husband to suicide. She has revived interest in the letter and ruined her reputation and her business.
I removed the article from this site because she had a court order and her lawyer was threatening my service provider with legal action. I reasoned that most people had already read the letter. However, I applaud  Paul Elam of A Voice for Men for refusing to retract the note and fighting to keep it displayed. Paul Elam writes:

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