From 1976 to 1979 I worked with a woman at the Franklin Institute named Sharon Miriam White in the Science Information Services Department headed by Bruce H. Kleinstein, Ph.D., J.D. She invited me to her wedding in 1979; I did not attend.
Her husband, Kenneth Glick, was an attorney. They moved to Princeton, New Jersey. I sent Mr. Glick the following letter in 1997. I wonder if the Glicks made any telephone calls about the letter.
June 28, 1997
3801 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008-4530
Kenneth R. Glick, Esq.
Morrison & Foerster
1290 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10104-0185
RE: Weapons Possession - Intent to Inflict Grievous Bodily Harm/Possible Intent to Commit Murder - D.C. Corporation Counsel Affirmation - Possible Concealment of State and/or Federal Weapons Law Violations
Dear Mr. Glick:
During the period March 1988 to October 1991 I was employed as a legal assistant in the Washington, DC office of the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld ("Akin Gump"). Attorney managers at Akin Gump terminated my employment effective October 29, 1991 upon determining, in consultation with a psychiatrist, that a complaint of harassment I had lodged against several co-workers was attributable to a psychiatric symptom ("ideas of reference") prominent in the psychotic disorders and typically associated with a risk of violent behavior. See Freedman v. D.C. Dept. of Human Rights, D.C. Superior Court no. MPA 95-14 (final order issued June 10, 1996). In the period immediately after my job termination senior Akin Gump managers determined that it was advisable to secure the office of my direct supervisor against a possible homicidal assault, which it was feared I might commit.
In pleadings filed in the District of Columbia Superior Court, the District of Columbia Office of Corporation Counsel (Charles F.C. Ruff, Esq.) affirmed that Akin Gump personnel had geniune concerns that I might have had plans to procure firearms for an unlawful purpose and possessed the intent to inflict grievous bodily harm or commit murder. Mr. Ruff currently serves as chief White House Counsel to President Clinton (telephone no.: 202 456 1414).
During the late 1970's I worked with your wife, the former Sharon Miriam White, at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, in a unit of the Science Information Services Department supervised by Bruce H. Kleinstein, Ph.D. I recall meeting you during the summer of 1979 at a party at the home of Sheryl Dyner, who also worked at the Franklin Institute. If I recall correctly your wife's father, Dr. David White, was chairman of the chemistry department at the University of Pennsylvania, and she had two siblings: a brother, an architecture student named Edward, and a sister named Jackie, who married a dentist.
I have been under investigation by the U.S. Secret Service as a potential security risk to President Clinton, and was interrogated at the Washington Field Office by Special Agent Philip C. Leadroot (202 435-5100) as recently as February 1996, about 16 months ago. Questioning by Mr. Leadroot centered on the issue of presidential assassination.
I request that you and Mrs. Sharon White Glick disclose to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (David M. Bowie, Supervisory Special Agent, Washington Field Office, 202 252 7801) the content of any communications that either of you may have had with any Akin Gump attorneys regarding me. Attorneys who may have directed inquiries to you include Earl L. Segal, Malcolm Lassman, or Laurence J. Hoffman (managing partner), among others. I have formed the (unsubstantiated) belief that Akin Gump did contact your wife in the year 1990.
Enclosed are some additional documents that provide background to the matters discussed in this letter.
Be advised: President Clinton's own lawyer, chief White House Counsel Charles F.C. Ruff, is talking real guns, real bullets, real brain tissue.