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Letter to U.S. Secret Service: 1/29/96

January 29, 1996
3801Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, DC  20008-4530

Philip C. Leadroot
Special Agent
U.S. Secret Service
Washington Field Office

Dear Mr. Leadroot:

This will advise the U.S. Secret Service that pleadings scheduled to be filed on May 17, 1996 in D.C. Superior Court in Freedman v. D.C. Dept. of Human Rights, no. 95-0014-MPA, by the Office of D.C. Corporation Counsel may further impair any possible future prosecution of me for a crime of violence (including murder or other heinous crime).

I continue to hold a body of beliefs regarding my employment experience at the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld that are, according to a determination of the Government of the District of Columbia, the product of a serious paranoid mental disorder that renders me potentially violent (and not suitable for employment).  The said determination of the Government of the District of Columbia necessarily contributes to the appearance of bona fides of the fears of my former direct supervisor at Akin Gump that I might be armed and homicidal.

Enclosed for your additional information is recent correspondence pertinent to this matter: letter dated January 27, 1996 to Eric H. Holder, Jr., U.S. Attorney; letter dated January 27, 1996 to John C. Keeney, U.S. Dept. of Justice; and letter dated January 27, 1996 to Charles F.C. Ruff, D.C. Corporation Counsel.

You may wish to bring this matter to the attention of Director Bowren.  This is very serious.


Gary Freedman

cc: John C. Keeney, U.S. DOJ, Criminal Division

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