Thursday, April 26, 2012

Paranoid Mental State: March 1994

March 15, 1994
3801 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Apt. 136
Washington, DC 20008

Joseph R. Muffolett
Office of Disability and
      International Operations
U.S. Social Security Administration
1500 Woodlawn Drive
Baltimore, MD 21241-0001

RE: Disability Claim no. xxx-xx-xxxx

Dear Mr. Muffolett:

On Saturday March 12, 1994 I mailed a copy of the documentation I had previously sent to your office under cover dated March 10, 1994 (Statement in Lieu of Brief filed by the Government of the District of Columbia Office of Corporation Counsel) to the following authorities: the FBI, the U.S. Department of Justice (Civil Rights Division), and the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia. In all likelihood these agencies would have received my letter dated March 12, 1994 on Monday March 14, 1994. It is also plausible that representatives of these agencies contacted Mr. Dennis M Race of Akin Gump on Monday March 14, 1994 concerning my communication.

On Monday evening March 14, 1994 I placed a telephone call to my sister; enclosed is a tape recording of that telephone call. From a purely objective, non self-referential perspective one will observe the following peculiarities in my sister's comments.

1.  Many of my sister's comments repeat comments she made in the telephone call of April 26, 1993 (a transcript of which I forwarded to your office). These comments related to the Mt. Sinai book on nutrition, the issue of vitamins and vitamin A, and the discussion of various TV shows including Murphy Brown. It's almost as if my sister were engaging in a self conscious parody of the previous telephone conversation on April 26, 1993. It is curious (bordering on the uncanny) that of the approximately 40 telephone conversations I've had with sister since last April 26, 1993 it is on the evening of the day that the Justice Department and the FBI would have received my letter of complaint (i.e., March 14, 1994) that my sister seems to parody the one previous telephone conversation that seemed the most incriminating (i.e., the call of April 26, 1993). (Note that I did not provide my sister either the tape or transcript of the April 26, 1993 telephone conversation—although my former employer might have).

2.  When I ask my sister what happens to people who lie to the FBI, my sister yawns. You will note that in the transcript of the telephone conversation of October 16, 1992 I note that my sister yawns at the point very late in the conversation that I relate my (paranoid) belief that something incriminating had happened to my former supervisor that day. I noted also that I attributed that yawn to my sister's repressed rage; that psychoanalytic interpretation would also seem to apply to my sister's reaction on March 14, 1994 at the point I ask her about the FBI.

The following are a few subjective comments (ideas of reference) about the telephone conversation.

1.  I note my sister's extended comments about cooking a rice dish. I note the fact that in Dr. Gertrude Ticho's written denial of having communicated with Dennis Race she incorrectly spelled his name “Rice” instead of Race.

2.  I note that in my sister's comments about the movie Schindler's List that mys sister focuses on the angry reaction of the Nazi official, “When is all this going to end?” I infer that if Dennis Race received telephone inquiries from the Justice Department and/or the FBI on March 14, 1994, he way well have complained to his partners, “When is all this going to end?”

Of course I love my sister and do not want any harm to come to her. Couldn't the FBI offer my sister immunity in exchange for any information she might have relating to the actions of my former employer?

Something horribly wrong would have to be going on at Akin Gump for that organization to keep me under constant surveillance for the past 5½ years, assuming such surveillance is actually happening. The enclosed telephone directory will indicate to you just how insignificant I was in that organization.


Gary Freedman


Gary Freedman said...

Gertrude R. Ticho, M.D.
3120 Brandywine Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008

Telephone: 202-244-2113

July 4, 1993

Dear Mr. Freedman,

When you called me on the morning of July 2, 1993 you asked me two questions, which I promised to answer in writing.

1.) I never met, nor have I ever spoken to a Mr. Dennis R. Rice [sic].

2.) I do not know your identity, Mr. Gary Freedman nor have I ever seen you for a diagnostic evaluation.


Gertrude R. Ticho, M.D.

[Record on appeal at 62, Freedman v. D.C. Dept. Human Rights, D.C.C.A. 96-CV-961 (Sept. 1, 1998)]

Gary Freedman said...

Psychoanalytically, it is believed that the affect of conscious boredom is a screen for unconscious rage.

My sister's yawns may indicate repressed feelings of rage and anger.

Gary Freedman said...

Reality testing: