RE: Attached Letter concerning ability to appraise complex fact patterns
The enclosed letter of reference prepared by an attorney for whom I clerked in 1991-1982 states that I possess "a highly refined ability to analyze and research complex factual and legal issues and to thereafter reduce [my] findings to a clear and concise legal memoranda."
Presumably, according to the George Washington University Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, my mental condition and cognition have deteriorated dramatically since the attached letter was written: I now become easily confused and lost in a maze of facts. At the present time I am, in GW's appraisal, "incapacitated" and able to perform only a few simple tasks--a psychological cripple.
It is doubtful whether a prosecutor could even overcome an insanity defense interposed on my behalf.