June 15, 2000
3801 Connecticut Avenue, NW #136
Washington, DC 2000-4530
Superior Court of the District of Columbia
Washington, DC 20077-0305
RE: PETIT JUROR No. 401054 -- JUROR QUALIFICATION
Enclosed is the completed “Juror Qualification Form,” which I received on June 14, 2000. I suffer from a mental disability and have been unemployed since the effective date of the disability (October 29, 1991); I am currently paid monthly benefits by the U.S. Social Security Administration (claim no. xxx-xx-xxxx).
I enclose several documents, enumerated below, that evidence my disability and provide facts pertinent to the determination of disability, including evidence pertinent to misleading, false, or perjurious sworn statements concerning my mental health and stability filed by Dennis M. Race, Esq. and Laurence J. Hoffman, Esq., both attorney managers of my former employer, a local law firm, with an agency of the District of Columbia. Mssrs. Hoffman and Race are members often D.C Bar, and officers of the Superior Court.
1. “Your New Benefit Amount” -- document issued by the U.S. Social Security Administration stating claimant eligibility for the year 2000;
2. Letter dated February 22, 1999 filed by my current treating psychiatrist, Albert H. Taub, M.D., a physician licensed to practice in the District of Columbia, to the D.C. Board of Medicine, stating the diagnosis “paranoid schizophrenia,” a psychotic mental illness of long-standing duration;
I affirm under penalty of perjury that my current treating psychologist, Nancy Shaffer, Ph.D. (D.C. Commission on Mental Health Services), has denied, since the inception of my treatment with her in September 1999, that I suffer from a psychotic mental illness.
3. Letter dated March 19, 1996 to the D.C. Office of Corporation Counsel (William J. Earl) transmitting documents and other physical evidence that supports an inference that Dennis M. Race, Esq. and Laurence J. Hoffman, Esq. offered misleading, false, or perjurious sworn statements to an agency of the District of Columbia relating to my mental health and stability;
4. Letter dated July 6, 1999 to the Office of the Deputy Attorney General of the United States that summarizes issues pertinent to the litigation, Freedman v. D.C. Department of Human Rights, D.C.C.A. No. 96-CV-961 (final order, Sept. 1, 1998), a matter in which issues pertinent to my mental health and stability were placed in controversy by Laurence J. Hoffman, Esq. and Dennis M. Race, Esq.;
5. “Statement Concerning the Resumption of Active Status” filed in May 2000 with the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and made subject to criminal penalties.
6. Letter dated March 13, 2000 to Edwin R. Frownfelter, Esq., Senior Disciplinary Counsel of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.