To a Federal Law Enforcement Agency:
The following is a link to a letter I wrote dated December 6, 2004, nearly exactly 6 years ago. The letter elaborates my identification with former President Richard M. Nixon. A large portion of the second half of the letter is a paraphrase of an essay written about President Nixon. It might be useful for you to share this letter with your forensic expert.
Incidentally, I wrote a letter to President Nixon in about April 1974 urging him not to resign. I told him it didn't matter how many critics he had -- if he knew he was right he should fight the good fight and NEVER give up. NEVER! I was a 20-year-old college junior at the time.
President Nixon sent me a gracious reply. My sister has the letter in a box of documents I left at her home. Bruce H. Kleinstein, Ph.D., my former supervisor at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, will remember the letter, which I showed to him as well as Sid Dorfman and Hilliard Cohen, two coworkers.
Jeffrey Lieberson, whom I mention in the latter of 2004, used to live a few doors down from me on the first floor of 3801 Connecticut Avenue. He is the son-in-law of U.S. Senator Russ Feingold. Mr. Lieberson used to work as a press secretary for several U.S. Congressmen. He was a graduate of New York University. He comes from a Conservative Jewish background.
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