Adam Gorightly unearths interesting RAW documents I haven't seen before, a letter to the editor from somebody named Angela Douglas and a reply by Robert Anton Wilson, and also a letter that Wilson sent to friends about the matter. The exchange appeared in "Against the Wall," a libertarian zine I am not familiar with.
RAW's answer is particularly interesting to me because he brings up the concept of "injustice collector."
Douglas seems able to find offense where no offense is intended and enemies where there are no enemies. This is typical of what psychiatrists call "injustice collector" syndrome.