July 2, 1994
3801 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008
Joseph R. Muffolett
Office of Disability and
U.S. Social Security Administration
1500 Woodlawn Drive
Baltimore,. M.D. 21241-0001
RE: Disability Claim No. xxx-xx-xxxx
Dear Mr. Muffolett:
Enclosed for your information is a tape recording of a telephone conversation I had with a coworker, Mrs. Patricia McNeil, at my former place of employment, the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld.
I placed the telephone call to Mrs. McNeil on the evening of July 1, 1993--one year ago--the day I received the Initial Determination, dated June 30, 1993, issued by the D.C. Department of Human Rights and Minority Business Development dismissing my unlawful termination complaint. The telephone call was placed the day Gertrude R. Ticho, M.D., expressly denied to me having consulted with an attorney manager at Akin Gump concerning my mental state, which denial occurred on Friday July 2, 1993.
In reviewing the tape keep in mind that I am an individual who, according to Akin Gump managers, suffers from a severe mental disorder, has great difficulty communicating with his peers, and who arouses fear in others.
In reviewing the tape keep in mind that I man an individual who, according to psychiatrists at the George Washington University Medical Center, suffers from either manic depressive psychosis or a delusional psychosis and who, regardless of diagnosis, is out of touch with reality and requires anti-psychotic medication. Note that the telephone conversation occurred on July 1, 1993, weeks before my then treating psychiatrist, Dr. Suzanne M. Pitts, mentioned the possibility of hospitalization and made a specific recommendation regarding anti-psychotic medication as per handwritten notes dated August 26, 1993.