Thursday, February 24, 2011

Social Security Fraud: Notice to Treatment Provider and FBI

The McClendon Center may be legally required to conduct a thorough review of my treatment records to determine whether I indeed suffer from severe mental illness that renders me disabled and entitled to benefits from the U.S. Social Security Administration. 

xxxxxxx xxxxxxx
McClendon Center
Washington, DC
202 xxx xxxx

Ms. xxxxxxx,

I request that you review the following two blog posts.

1. The first post details my psychiatric treatment history at GW (1992-1996). If you read the materials carefully you will see that GW's handling of my case makes no sense. The psychiatrists repeatedly diagnosed me with psychotic mental illnesses, but psychological testing did not disclose any mental illness at all. Also, my behavior as disclosed in contemporaneous writings such as letters and court filings does not suggest any mental illness of the nature and severity alleged by GW.

2. The second post is a legally-operative document that I believe I forwarded to you previously. The document states my belief that I am engaged in committing a felony against the government of the United States by defrauding the U.S. Social Security Administration. I believe that my Social Security Claim is a total fraud that builds on the false sworn statements of my former employer, Akin Gump, filed with the D.C. Department of Human Rights in 1992 and 1993.

I am forwarding this email to the Washington Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. I believe I am a victim of a crime: a fraud and racketeering conspiracy carried out by the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld in cooperation with The George Washington University Medical Center.

Gary Freedman
3801 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Apartment 136
Washington, DC 20008
202 362 7064