Monday, March 01, 2010

Social Security Document Submission: June 1993

Pages 41-42 of Document Submission to the Social Security Administration

[Handwritten note sent to sister via USPS.]


RE paragraph 19 of my statement--

(more speculation)

An attorney from Hogan, Doug Rosenfeld, who was a friend of Daniel Cutler’s, started working at Akin Gump on Mar. 13, 1989.

(Mr. Race, at the All Attorney’s Dinner on 5/3/89, introduced Doug Rosenfeld to the firm, noting that he started working at Akin Gump on 3/13/89 which, as Mr. Race noted, was Mr. Race’s birthday -- it’s mnemonics)

Daniel was more or less terminated by Miriam Chilton in May 1989. He may have been angling for my job at Akin Gump. During April 1989 Stacey Schaar used to make repeated references to the likeable Peter Ueberoth taking over Eastern [Airlines] in place of the despised Frank Lorenzo [President of Texas Air, Eastern's parent company].

1 comment:

Gary Freedman said...

June 14, 1993
3801 Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20008

Paul G. Yessler, MD
2501 Calvert Street, NW
Suite 101
Washington, DC 20008

RE: Social Security Disability Psychiatric Evaluation

Dear Dr. Yessler:

Enclosed with respect to the above-referenced matter is a collection of letters I wrote and sent (by mail or fax) to my sister after my job termination on October 29, 1991 and before the filing of a disability claim with the Social Security Administration. Most of the letters were in fact written and sent in the year 1992.

I wrote the letters under the influence of my belief that my sister was in communication with my former employer, Akin Gump, and that my sister, upon receipt of the letters, would transmit the letters by fax communication back to managers of Akin Gump.

Both the writing and sending of the letters together with the content of the letters establish the persistence of seemingly paranoid ideation throughout the period beginning October 29, 1991. The letters deal, among other issues, with my concerns regarding harassment by Akin Gump co-workers; harassing (and anti-Semitic) telephone calls I received during 1991 and 1992; my belief that various of my treating psychiatrists were in communication with my former employer; the belief that librarians at the Cleveland Park Public Library (referred to as "the Club") harassed me; my belief that a clerk at a Giant Supermarket in my neighborhood (Adam) harassed me concerning my friendship with Craig Dye; my belief that a specialist at the Brookings Institution (Stephen Hess) was in communication with my former employer; the belief that it was not a mere accident that my former supervisor, Christine Robertson, had me touch her breasts, etc.

Please forward these materials to:

Ms. Fay Peterson
District of Columbia
Rehabilitation Services Administration
Disability Determination Division
P.O. Box 37608
Washington, DC 20013

If you have any questions, you may contact me at (xxx) xxx-xxxx (or leave messages at xxx xxx-xxxx). Might I suggest a follow-up evaluation consult?

You may contact my sister, Mrs. Estelle Jacobson, at (609) 727-3295.

Thank you very much.

Sincerely ,

Gary Freedman

The above cover letter transmitted a document production of approximately 185 pages. The document production is presumably on file at the Social Security Administration. The produced documents were presumably a significant factor in Social Security's disability determination of August 1993.