Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Letter to U.S. Department of Justice: January 3, 1996

January 3, 1996
3801 Connecticut Ave., NW #136
Washington, DC  20008-4530

Jo Ann Harris
Assistant Attorney General
U.S. Dept. Justice
Washington, DC  20530-0002

RE: Freedman v. DC Dept. Human Rights
      Social Security Disability Claim xxx-xx-xxxx

Dear Ms. Harris:

I feel duty bound to provide the U.S. Department of Justice a copy of a letter, dated December 27, 1995, addressed to my current treating psychiatrist.  The letter discusses my fantasies in connection with infiltrating the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

I continue to hold a body of beliefs that are, according to the Government of the District of Columbia, the product of a mental disorder that renders me potentially violent and not suitable for employment); and according to the management of the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, potentially homicidal.

As you are aware the nature of my mental illness, according to the George Washington University Medical Center, is such that as the illness progresses in severity, I become more intelligent.  The apparently thoughtful and well-reasoned quality of my illness may in fact indicate a severe worsening of my illness, and thus, applying the determination of the Government of the District of Columbia, I may now be extraordinarily dangerous.

The enclosed computer disc also contains the text of a letter to my psychiatrist dated December 11, 1995.


Gary Freedman

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