Avoid Save message when deleting mail

I have a script that makes a new e-mail message and asks to either delete or send the message.
Works fine, but when I use the Delete option, I am asked if I want to save the message as a draft.
How can I avoid that request?


tell application "Mail"
	set newMail to make new outgoing message
	set visible of newMail to true
	tell newMail
		make new to recipient at end of to recipients with properties {address:"someAddress@yahoo.com"}
		set subject to "Hello"
		set content to "Hi"
	end tell
	set uiValue to button returned of (display dialog "Delete or Send" buttons {"Delete", "Send", "nothing"} default button "Delete")
	if uiValue = "Delete" then
		delete newMail
	else if uiValue = "Send" then
		send newMail
	end if
end tell

Hi, Mike. Once a visible message is edited, Mail will ask on delete. Toggling the state doesn’t appear to work, so it must never be made initially visible.

I’ll try not making newMessage visible when I get back to my Mac.

Thank you.

Too bad, I still get the “do you want to save” message.