On February 23, 2006, I wrote an email to [email protected].
Here is its text:
From 1975 through 1988, I was an employee of the New York State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, a Grade 16 Speech and Hearing Therapist. In retaliation for my having blown the whistle on connections between persons at my workplace and brutal cops convicted of torturing marijuana suspects, and in retaliation for my having filed a federal civil rights complaint, administrators at 75 Morton Street (then known as Manhattan Borough Developmental Services) literally persecuted me out of my job. Through a series of secret, non-adversarial "evaluations," my employers spread slander and other disinformation about me, telling people and agencies anything they needed to concoct in order to turn them against me and secure their conspiratorial cooperation. Because of my determination to obtain justice and due process, and because of the variety and prominence of the conspirators, the coverup took on a life of its own. I became, and remain to this day, a "non-person," whose interests nobody would represent, whose rights nobody would support.
Please Make UN Treaty-based Committees Do their Jobs!
(My personal appeal)