Friday, May 18, 2012

email Message to President Nixon's Son-in-Law

David Eisenhower
Annenberg School of Communication
The University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA

Dear Prof. Eisenhower:

I have written to the U.S. Department of Justice about the fact that there is circumstantial evidence that I am committing a major financial fraud against the government of the United States.  DOJ ignores my correspondence.  I am concerned about an obstruction of justice at the Justice Department.  May I request that you contact the Washington Field Office of the FBI about this matter.  The FBI's number is
(202) 278-2000.

I know that Vernon Jordan has been close to your family.  I understand that Mr. Jordan attended the funeral or your mother-in-law, Mrs. Patricia Nixon.

I want to take this opportunity to say that I have always been a great fan of President Nixon.  In 1974 I sent the President a 4-page typed letter urging him not to resign the Presidency.  I told him respectfully that he needed to ignore his critics and "tough it out."  President Nixon sent me a personal reply.

Gary Freedman