- wishing for a misfortune to happen to them
- wishing for a terminal illness to befall to them
- wishing for a financial turmoil to occur a hundred folds not only to their current generation but also up to their third degree of affinity and consanguinity
And how about if these profanities were sent through a letter as a form of venting off an anger or frustration? If there's such a law against it, can the letter be used as an evidence against the sender should a case be filed?
Please advise. Thanks.