The Exhibit is pages 453 and 454 of the record on appeal in Freedman v. D.C. Dept. Human Rights, D.C.C.A. no. 96-CV-961 (Sept. 1, 1998). The document is a fax I sent to my sister on September 25, 1992 (less than a year after my job termination by Akin Gump on October 29, 1991) that memorializes Dennis Race’s admonition to me on Wednesday morning October 30, 1991, the day following my job termination, not to embarrass the firm.
I also submitted this document to the U.S. Social Security Administration in June 1993 in support of my disability claim. The text reports that Race said on October 30, 1991 that I was fired, in part, for poor work performance; note that this admission of mine (that I was terminated, in part, for poor work performance) was against interest as it was adverse to my Social Security Disability claim that alleged I was terminated for mental health reasons only and not for cause.
I believe the Exhibit is the first in a series of email messages I sent to Jeffrey G. Huvelle, Esq. (on July 22, 2005) at the firm of Covington & Burling.
The Exhibit is a log created by Wikipedia of my Wikipedia contributions during the period June 20, 2006 to March 13, 2008. Note that Wikipedia blocked my account on March 13, 2008 because the account had been compromised. I could not make any contributions to Wikipedia after March 13, 2008. I had made three separate contributions to Judge Huvelle’s Wikipedia entry in the year 2006.
The Exhibit is a copy of a Lulu.com invoice indicating shipment of my book Significant Moments to Jeffrey Huvelle in the year 2007.
The Exhibit is a blog post that originally contained the name of Judge Huvelle as an individual to whom I shipped a copy of Significant Moments. I deleted the reference to Judge Huvelle in the blog post on the afternoon of January 15, 2010 as a courtesy to the USMS. The text refers to my having shipped my book Significant Moments to DOJ Inspector General, Glenn A. Fine. The text discusses my motivation in shipping the book to various persons, including Judge Huvelle. I presume that the subject matter of the text (opera) was the basis of [redacted]’s opening interview question, “Have you been to the opera lately” — suggesting that this post had special meaning for the USMS. Why would an admiring post about a federal judge be the basis of a USMS threat investigation? Why did [redacted] apparently have this post at the top of his concerns when he made a question about the topic of opera his opening question? The post also refers to Vernon Jordan.
The Exhibit is a blog post that comprises an excerpt from my book Significant Moments. The post was originally dedicated to Judge Huvelle. I deleted the reference to Judge Huvelle on the afternoon of January 15, 2010 as a courtesy to the USMS. The text discusses the relationship between the psychoanalyst Anna Freud and her father, psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. The text discusses the death of Sigmund Freud, and the grief of his daughter, Anna. Like the Freuds — both father and daughter were psychoanalysts — Judge Huvelle shared the profession of her father, namely, lawyer.
The Exhibit is a letter I sent to [redacted] at the USMS. The letter transmitted a document submission to the USMS of approximately 100 pages.
The Exhibit includes statcounter.com data that memorializes Akin Gump searches of my blog in the period March to May 2010. The Exhibit indicates extensive searches by both the DC and Dallas offices of Akin Gump.
The Exhibit is a letter I wrote to American Express, an employer that Vernon Jordan contacted in connection with a job search for Monica Lewinsky — reportedly to silence her. Jordan served on the American Express Board of Directors. I sent the letter as a sarcastic joke. The text includes the phrase: “My name is Vernon Jordan.” Presumably, [redacted] would have read this blog post prior to the interview. The letter I sent to American Express (as well as the original blog post of the letter) had contained the name of Judge Huvelle as the presiding judge of the 1996 Superior Court litigation. I deleted the reference to Judge Huvelle on the blog post on the afternoon of January 15, 2010 as a courtesy to the USMS.
The Exhibit is a letter to Glenn A. Fine, Inspector General of the United States. The letter I sent to Fine (as well as the original blog post of the letter) contained the name of Judge Huvelle as the presiding judge of the 1996 Superior Court litigation. I deleted the reference to Judge Huvelle on the blog post on the afternoon of January 15, 2010 as a courtesy to the USMS.
I later shipped Significant Moments to Fine’s wife’s, Beth Fine, Esq. The letter alludes to the fact that Fine may have remembered me from the law firm of Hogan & Hartson where we were both employed in the fall of 1985, while Fine was a law clerk and I worked as a paralegal.
The Exhibit is a blog post that memorializes my retrospective recollections of the USMS interview by [redacted] on January 15, 2010. The Exhibit discusses [redacted]’s failure to search my apartment for concealed weapons after the interview. The Exhibit also discusses [redacted]’s lack of concern at one point during the interview when I rose from my seat and walked to my clothes closet to retrieve an item despite the fact that [redacted] had not previously searched the closet for concealed weapons. How did [redacted] know that I did not go to the closet to retrieve a concealed gun? Keep in mind, at the beginning of the interview (see interview tape) [redacted] had referred to my blog as “an angry blog” or “a very angry blog.” Was it not possible I was very angry during the interview as well?
The Exhibit is a blog post from October 2009: excerpts of a dream interpretation I wrote that quotes testimony in the O.J. Simpson preliminary hearing in July 1994. The text refers to the witness being questioned about the ownership of a pet, a dog or a cat. Presumably, [redacted] would have read this blog post prior to the interview.
The Exhibit is a retyped version of an email message sent me by Joe Lazar, USMS General Counsel’s office. I no longer have the original email. I had posted the redacted email on my blog at the time Lazar sent it; that blog post is the source of the text.
The Exhibit is a letter plus attachment that I gave to my treating psychologist (Nancy Shaffer, Ph.D) and copied to Judge Huvelle in August 2000. The letter is the only post litigation communication I had with Judge Huvelle.