David Dilworth Emails Apologies

In an email, Dilworth said he has “learned good people were angered and saddened” by his actions last week.

“I made a mistake using words that reasonable people find politically threatening and inappropriate,” he wrote. “I accept responsibility for these consequences and I deeply regret how my actions have upset good people.I promise to be much more careful of my words and comportment in the future.”

Unlike the big fussy press conference in front of the post office at the launch of the attack, he taps out a (too late) apology.

David Dilworth Emails Apologies