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neeno120010dPolitely ask T to resign while you hold a loaded gun in your hand. If he declines... Well you have a gun, might as well use it.
In all seriousness though, this situation seems tough and I think the anonymous email is the way to go, just don't mention F's name on it.
(take my opinion with a grain of salt, I have zero professional experience on the field so I have never faced a similar situation)
There's not a lot that we can be sure will do anything.
If the team being abused doesn't back up what the letter says, then it is a letter from nobody, and who knows what the truth is / the anonymous person's motivation is...
HR groups are really there to protect the company, but even well meaning HR folks are unlikely to take action with anonymous info and nothing to confirm it.
Cape, mask, utility belt. Some old school farm to table violence. Problem solved.
shakur6157d@nickfury i know quite a bit about such situations, and i can tell you, that neighter the managers nor the so called HR bitches will help the 4 out of their situation, they are in a dead-lock situation, you cannot help them, they need lawyers, they need a police case opened, this is psychological violence what they experience, i am a thoroughly workaholic nerd, who get badly ill by several jobs like this, all those MFs you mentioned that should help out, won't do anything
they have no backbone, understand this, i am talking from 20 years experience, those 4 need money and lawyers