Dear Mr. Freedman,
Thank you for your email. The Washington Psychiatric Society does not have any pen pal programs at the present time. We wish you the best and hope that you are able to find programs than can fit your needs.
The Washington Psychiatric Society
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Sent: Sunday, February 20, 2011 4:23 PM
Subject: victim of organized crime
To the Washington Psychiatric Society:
I believe I am the victim of organized crime. Specifically, I believe I have been stalked by the attorney managers of the law firm of Akin Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld continuously since late October 1991. The firm had The George Washington University Medical Center Department of Psychiatry certify me insane during my out-patient treatment at GW from 1992-1996. There is objective evidence that clinical assessments made by GW about me were self-serving, ridiculous, and without any foundation.
I have been continuously unemployed and disabled since October 29, 1991, when my former employer, Akin Gump, fired me for mental health reasons. I have been receiving Social Security Disability continuously since my job termination.
I have communicated my concerns numerous times to the Washington Field Office of the FBI. The FBI refuses to investigate because I have no concrete evidence that any crime has been committed.
I am currently in weekly psychotherapy with a third-year psychiatry resident named Jitendra Annapareddy, M.D. who is affiliated with St. Elizabeths Hospital. Dr. Annapareddy's supervisor is Earle Baughman, M.D. at St. Elizabeths. Dr. Baughman is a psychiatrist/psychoanalyst.
I derive no benefit from my work with psychiatry residents. None of the residents I have seen since 1992 has had any insights into my personality; they all seem baffled by me.
For your information, I forward a link that contains interpretations of my dreams that I have written.
My mental state has always been stable. I do not now nor have I ever been deemed to be a threat to myself or others. I underwent a forensic psychiatric examination at D.C. General by Diane Martin, MD on October 12, 1994, who declined to admit me. I have never had a psych admission at any time in my life. I have no arrest record. I do not drink or take drugs.
I accept my circumtances stoically, but inside I feel desperate, as if I have been buried alive. I have no friends. I have been diagnosed with schizoid personality disorder. I have only one relative in the area, a sister who lives in New Jersey. I see her about once a year and I speak to her on the telephone about once week. I feel very alienated from other people and would derive no benefit from most group therapies. A psychiatrist told me many years ago, "You might benefit from group therapy, but it would have to be the right kind of group. You wouldn't fit into most groups."
I was wondering if I could set up a kind of pen pal relationship with you. I would write to you from time to time about my concerns, my thoughts, and my feelings. You don't have to respond. I am unable to communicate effectively with my current psychotherapist or any of the residents I have seen since 1992. When I worked I had health insurance and was able to see an experienced psychiatrist/psychoanalyst named Stanley R. Palombo, MD (202 362 6004). I was able to talk to him and felt I derived benefit from my consultations with him. I believe that I am probably unable to work with most psychiatry residents because of their level of training, knowledge and experience.