email Message to Trump’s Lawyer

I had no idea Trump had so many lawyers !

Mr. Petrocelli:

I forward an email message I sent to Professor Daniel C. Richman at Columbia University Law School. Professor Richman was an adviser to former FBI Director James Comey.

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

—–Original Message—–
From: Gary Freedman <garfreed@aim.com>
To: drichm <drichm@law.columbia.edu>
Sent: Sun, May 14, 2017 2:14 pm
Subject: felony

Professor Richman:

I thought you might have an academic interest in this unusual matter.

There is evidence that I am using a lawful order issued by the D.C. Superior Court to help me commit a felony — a significant financial fraud — against the Government of the United States. Oddly, the FBI has acquiesced in my felony.

Below is a collection of pertinent documents:

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

https://www.omm.com/professionals/daniel-m-petrocelli/

List of Psychotherapists — Hopeless Case?

GW

Suzanne M. Pitts, M.D.  1992-1994

Dimitrios Georgopoulos, M.D. 1994-1996

DBH

Dr. Singh 1996-1998

Lisa Osborne 1998-1999

Nancy Shaffer, Ph.D. 1999-2003

GW Center for Professional Psychology

Meghana Tembe 2003-2004

DBH

Israella Bash 2004-2006

Dr. Abraha 2006-2008

Abas Jama, M.D. 2009-2010

Dr. Annapareddy 2010-2011

Dr. Edokpolo 2011-2013

Dr. Shreiba 2013-2015

Alice Stone, M.D. 2015-2016

PIW

Richard Chvotkin 2016-2017

current therapist at McClendon Center

email Message to Kellyanne Conway’s Husband

cherries

Mr. Conway:

The following is an email that I sent to Joseph Lieberman.

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

Senator Lieberman:

I forward an email message I sent to Professor Daniel C. Richman at Columbia University Law School. Professor Richman was an adviser to former FBI Director James Comey. In the event you take up the position of FBI Director, may I request that you look into the following matter?

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

—–Original Message—–
From: Gary Freedman <garfreed@aim.com>
To: drichm <drichm@law.columbia.edu>
Sent: Sun, May 14, 2017 2:14 pm
Subject: felony

Professor Richman:

I thought you might have an academic interest in this unusual matter.

There is evidence that I am using a lawful order issued by the D.C. Superior Court to help me commit a felony — a significant financial fraud — against the Government of the United States. Oddly, the FBI has acquiesced in my felony.

Below is a collection of pertinent documents:

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_T._Conway_III

Damages

pain

Action for defamation, abuse of process, intentional infliction of emotional distress the proximate result of outrageous conduct.

Damage: 

Pain and suffering:

  1. My doctor had to double the dose of my anti-depressant medication earlier this year (January 2017).  My depression has clearly worsened.The plaintiff in some defamation cases is also entitled to recover damages for what is generally called pain and suffering, which can be a significant component of

These non-economic damages in defamation cases also include such injuries as impairment to the victim’s reputation and standing in the community, personal humiliation, shame, and disgrace.

2. Loss of Second Amendment Rights.  I am prohibited from purchasing a gun for a five year period.  I can’t go hunting !!

3. Impairment of First Amendment right of free expression.

4. Have had to report to a parole officer every three months.  I, who have led a blameless life, have been treated like a common criminal !!

5.  Loss of medical services at a clinic that I relied on for 11 years.

6. Possible invasion of privacy depending on improper communications.

7.  I had to submit to drug testing every three months.  I had to pee into a cup in the middle of the day !!  I have never used drugs, let alone had a drug conviction.

Worried about my coming within 100 feet of his house?  I may end up owning his house !!

email to Dr. Naomi Greenblatt, a Psychiatrist, Wife of Jason Greenblatt, Trump Adviser

Dr. Greenblatt:

I forward an email message I sent to Professor Daniel C. Richman at Columbia University Law School. Professor Richman was an adviser to former FBI Director James Comey.

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

—–Original Message—–
From: Gary Freedman
To: drichm
Sent: Sun, May 14, 2017 2:14 pm
Subject: felony

Professor Richman:

I thought you might have an academic interest in this unusual matter.

There is evidence that I am using a lawful order issued by the D.C. Superior Court to help me commit a felony — a significant financial fraud — against the Government of the United States. Oddly, the FBI has acquiesced in my felony.

Below is a collection of pertinent documents:

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Greenblatt

email Message to the Special Counsel

Mr. Mueller:

Congratulations on your new post!

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

Senator Lieberman:

I forward an email message I sent to Professor Daniel C. Richman at Columbia University Law School. Professor Richman was an adviser to former FBI Director James Comey. In the event you take up the position of FBI Director, may I request that you look into the following matter?

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

—–Original Message—–
From: Gary Freedman
To: drichm
Sent: Sun, May 14, 2017 2:14 pm
Subject: felony

Professor Richman:

I thought you might have an academic interest in this unusual matter.

There is evidence that I am using a lawful order issued by the D.C. Superior Court to help me commit a felony — a significant financial fraud — against the Government of the United States. Oddly, the FBI has acquiesced in my felony.

Below is a collection of pertinent documents:

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

email to Trump’s Lawyer, Marc E. Kasowitz

The following is an email I sent to Senator Joseph Lieberman with a copy to President Trump’s lawyer, Marc E. Kasowitz:

Senator Lieberman:

I forward an email message I sent to Professor Daniel C. Richman at Columbia University Law School. Professor Richman was an adviser to former FBI Director James Comey. In the event you take up the position of FBI Director, may I request that you look into the following matter?

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

—–Original Message—–
From: Gary Freedman
To: drichm
Sent: Sun, May 14, 2017 2:14 pm
Subject: felony

Professor Richman:

I thought you might have an academic interest in this unusual matter.

There is evidence that I am using a lawful order issued by the D.C. Superior Court to help me commit a felony — a significant financial fraud — against the Government of the United States. Oddly, the FBI has acquiesced in my felony.

Below is a collection of pertinent documents:

Gary Freedman
Washington, DC

An Oddity in Dr. Palombo’s Thinking

square-hydrogen

On one occasion during my work with Dr. Palombo I said that I thought that the ego defense of identification, that is incorporating an object or thought into oneself, was particularly important for me. His response suggested to me that he thought my observation was rooted in my grandiosity. He said: “Identification is a primitive ego defense. It develops very early.” That’s true as far as it goes.

Actually, there is an irony or paradox about identification as an ego defense. It is primitive. It does develop early. But it is essential to mature functioning. It is considered one of the mature ego defenses as it relates to the unconscious modeling of one’s self upon another person’s character and behavior.

There’s a curious parallel to the element hydrogen. Hydrogen might be considered primitive. It was the first element to develop in the universe. At the same time it is an essential constituent of life. Complex organic molecules, such as proteins, could not exist without hydrogen.

Dr. Palombo was a phi beta kappa biochemistry major from Harvard.

On Sexuality and Spirituality

religion

A discordant thought in a recent dream caused me to pause. The dream text is as follows:

I am on my way to work. It is about 8:30 in the morning. I decide to stop off at a nearby synagogue to say morning prayers. I worry about being late for work. I am the only person in the synagogue and I feel exposed. I see the rabbi and I feel he is judging me. I am uncomfortable. I take a seat and the synagogue fills up. I begin to feel better that I am no longer alone. I am seated next to an attractive girl in her twenties. I think: “She’s way too young for me.” The cantor sings in Hebrew. There was a feeling of unease throughout the dream.

The dream thought, “I am seated next to an attractive girl in her twenties. I think: ‘She’s way too young for me’ ” seems oddly out of place in the religious context.

Perhaps it’s useful to look at other examples of the mingling of religious and sexual themes in my writings.

The Emerald Archive contains the following chapter:

https://dailstrug.wordpress.com/2015/05/08/the-teenage-ben-attends-yom-kippur-services/

Significant Moments contains the following passage:

One evening I was invited to meet an older (perhaps forty-five) professor of Indian philosophy who was visiting from India. She had something of a following in India and was even considered a kind of guru. Somehow the discussion turned to spiritual matters. This woman said she had never felt sexual desire in her life because her mind was filled with spiritual thoughts. There was simply no room. As the guests were leaving her apartment, she asked me to stay a little bit, as there was something she wanted to tell me. When we were alone she said: “You looked as though you did not believe what I was saying. Is that true?”
“Well, actually I don’t, no,” I replied.
“You don’t believe I am free of sexual desire?”
“No.”
“I will prove it to you. Touch my breasts.”
I did as I was told.
“See, I feel nothing. Now touch my thighs.”
I did as I was told.
“Again, nothing. Even if you enter me with your penis, I will feel nothing. Do you believe me?”
“No.”
“Try.”
I did.
“See, I feel nothing. The whole time this is going on I am thinking only about the higher self, the atman.”
J. Moussaieff Masson, My Father’s Guru.
To whom else should one offer sacrifices, to whom else should one pay honor, but to Him, Atman, the Only One? And where was Atman to be found, where did He dwell, where did His eternal heart beat, if not within the Self, in the innermost, in the eternal which each person carried within him? But where was this Self, this innermost?
Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha.
Where was it? Where was it?
Robert Ludlum, The Parsifal Mosaic.
It is not surprising that the very word for asceticism, tapas, is . . .
J. Moussaieff Masson, The Psychology of the Ascetic.
. . . insidiously related, tied to, and involved with . . .
Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil.
. . . a word commonly associated with . . .
J. Moussaieff Masson, The Psychology of the Ascetic.
. . . seemingly opposite things—
Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil.
. . . with virility, with sexual prowess, especially with increased potency (evidence for this is found not only in the Sanskrit texts, but in the observations of many travelers in India). The myths of Siva show such connections in detail. It is not surprising that the concern with incontinence would lead to fantasies about the powers inherent in semen; we can see this attested to in the ancient stories containing oral pregnancy fantasies (a ubiquitous theme in the Mahabharata: e.g., Kasyapa, Rsyasrnga’s father, lost his semen at the sight of Urvasi, and it was swallowed by a female antelope who subsequently gave birth to Rsyasrnga—hence his name “Antelope-Horned”).

These sexual fantasies of immense prowess are of course only the other side of the coin from constant fears of sexual depletion. Such concerns, universal and timeless, are particularly well documented in the case of the Indian villager.
J. Moussaieff Masson, The Psychology of the Ascetic.

Another section of Significant Moments contains the following passage:

The themes of innocence and purity, sexual indulgence and suffering, remorse and sexual renunciation are treated in Parsifal with a subtle intensity and depth of compassion that probe deeply into the unconscious and make the opera in some ways the most visionary of all Wagner’s works.
The New Encyclopaedia Britannica (“Richard Wagner,” by Deryck V. Cooke and others).
Parsifal provides another glaring association of the maternal with the erotic. Describing [Parsifal’s mother’s] love for her son, Kundry asks, “Then, when her frenzied arm embraced you, were you perchance afraid of her kisses?” Nowhere else in pre-Freudian literature can one find such an overt reference to sexuality in early childhood.
Martin Gregor-Dellin, Richard Wagner: His Life, His Work, His Century.
He has been much criticized for this strongly personal treatment of a religious subject, which mingles the concepts of sacred and profane love; but in the light of later explorations in the field of psychology his insight into the relationship between religious and sexual experience seems merely in advance of its time.
The New Encyclopaedia Britannica (“Richard Wagner,” by Deryck V. Cooke and others).