Thursday, October 13, 2011

Federal Civil Rights Violation -- Letter to Eleanor Holmes Norton -- FBI Acknowledgement

February 8, 1994
3801 Connecticut Avenue, NW
#136
Washington, DC  20008

Eleanor Holmes Norton, M.C.
Northwest Constituent Services Office
815 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC  20005

RE: Social Security Disability Claim No.: xxx-xx-xxxx

Dear Representative Norton:

Further to my letter to your office dated February 7, 1994, the enclosed letter will provide additional facts regarding the above-referenced matter.

The enclosed letter (with attachments) was forwarded to Mr. James P. Turner, Assistant U.S. Attorney General for Civil Rights, on January 5, 1994.  A copy of the letter was sent to the [sic] Mr. Eric H. Holder, Jr. (U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia), Mr. Charles Reischel (Deputy Corporation Counsel for the District of Columbia), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Washington Field Office).

The only response to the letter that I have received so far was a telephone call from an FBI agent on Friday February 4, 1994.  He stated that, according to the facts as I presented them, any possible violation of federal criminal law was too insignificant to be investigated by the FBI.

Thank you again for your attention to this matter.

Sincerely,

Gary Freedman

1 comment:

Gary Freedman said...

A word about the FBI agent.

After we both hung up the telephone, a few moments later, he called me back. He said, "Let me get your soc."

I had never heard anyone refer to a Social Security Number as a "soc" before and that stuck in my mind.

But the letter I wrote contained my soc. The agent's call was odd.