February 10, 1995
3801 Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20008
Philip C. Leadroot
U.S. Secret Service
Washington, DC 20036
Dear Mr. Leadroot:
This will advise that I have executed the forms required by the George Washington University Medical Center for release of medical records. Copies of the releases are enclosed for your information: (1) form dated February 8, 1995 re: release of all written records; (2) form dated February 10, 1995 re: oral communications with Dr. Georgopoulos.
In order to apprise you of the current status of my case, I list the following pertinent facts:
1. According to the George Washington University Medical Center I lied on psychological testing performed in May 1994 in order to conceal the severity of a psychotic mental disorder.
2. Jerry M. Wiener, M.D., chairman of the George Washington University Medical Center Department of Psychiatry and President of the American Psychiatric Association has expressly declined to comment on the conclusion of Yu-Ling Han, M.A. and William Fabian, Ph.D. that I lied on psychological testing in order to conceal the severity of a psychotic mental disorder.
The ability to conceal in a consistent manner both the dynamic and cognitive/perceptual features of a paranoid disturbance on comprehensive psychological testing that included one projective test and two detailed self-report surveys suggests that I have an unusually highly-refined ability to deceive, which may render me, from a law enforcement perspective, extraordinarily dangerous.
3. The most recent psychiatric diagnosis made by GW is "paranoid (delusional) disorder," an illness that renders me incapable of distinguishing certain fantasies from reality. Dr. Wiener has expressly declined to comment on the appropriateness of this diagnosis and the possibility that I lied on psychological testing to conceal this illness.
4. My former employer, the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, has to the best of my knowledge not disavowed statements made by my former direct supervisor that I may be armed and homicidal.
5. Akin Gump continues to the best of my knowledge to stand by statements made by certain of its employees that my behavior during the period of my employment was disruptive, frightening, and violent. Akin Gump has certified to the D.C. Department of Human Rights that my behavior as an employee was violent. Akin Gump's managers are aware that the filing of false sworn statements with a government agency is a felony under the laws of the District of Columbia and could lead to criminal and professional sanctions.
6. Akin Gump continues to the best of my knowledge to stand by its sworn statements filed with the D.C. Department of Human Rights that it consulted two mental health professionals prior to its decision to terminate my employment, including a psychiatrist who concluded that I suffered from a severe mental disorder that rendered me paranoid and potentially violent. Akin Gump's managers are aware that the filing of false sworn statements with a government agency is a felony under the laws of the District of Columbia and could lead to criminal and professional sanctions.
7. The determination by the Government of the District of Columbia that as of October 29, 1991 I suffered from a severe mental disorder that rendered me paranoid and potentially violent continues to stand. My thinking continues to be dominated by the belief that I was a victim of job harassment and discrimination at Akin Gump, which belief the Government of the District of Columbia has determined to be per se evidence of a severe mental disorder that renders me paranoid, potentially violent, and unemployable.
8. My current treating psychiatrist at the George Washington University Medical Center, Dr. Georgopoulos, has determined, in consultation with his supervisor, that my mental condition at the current time is too disturbed to discuss with my former employer, Akin Gump, the possible reinstatement of my employment.
In conclusion, assuming that all of the above evaluations are reliable, the U.S. Secret Service must conclude that I suffer from a severe mental disturbance that renders me paranoid, potentially violent, an imminent threat to those in my environment, unemployable, a pathological liar who has the intellectual means to deceive others regarding the severity of my illness and propensity for violence, who cannot distinguish certain fantasies from reality, and whose behavior in the workplace is frightening, disruptive, and violent.