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[Updates of] Local Tampering by U.S. Postal Service
Filed in Local Postal Inspectors Office and LMPD

Without an investigation by the Postmaster General in Washington, DC, we don't know the extent that governmental officials and corporate officers in Louisville are affecting the mail service. We have experienced recurring problems after complaining to the local postal inspectors' office and the Louisville Metro Police Dept. (LMPD). LMPD has flat-out refused to take reports on evidence of mail tampering, even though this is their jurisdiction for investigation along with the postal inspectors.

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May 8, 2008, Thursday
I received Chief White's April 29 response letter to my April 21 letter that requested that his officers return to take a police report on the mail tampering that I suffered. He twice falsified his letter to refuse to investigate the tampering.


April 21, 2008, Monday
When serving my April 16, '08 quo waranto by certified mail upon Billy Goodman, Chairman of the KY Board of Claim, the green return receipt came back mutilated with obvious tampering. On April 20, I attempted to file yet another police report, but again, the LMPD would not take a report.

So, again, I sent another, my 4/21/08 letter to Police Chief Robert White with a color-scanned copy of the return receipt, that's addressed to Chairman Goodman. The copy shown on this site is notarized.

A copy of the letter and evidence was also sent to Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson.


January 11, 2008, Friday
I followed-up on the missing court SUMMONS and Complaint that I filed against the Courier-Journal on Dec. 17 (see the Jan. 6, Dec. 31 and Dec 26 updates, below). I submitted a letter and two-page affidavit (including the mailing receipts of the Summons, etc.) by verifiable mail to the Louisville POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE. The letter requests an investigation into the disappearance, for mail tampering and mail fraud by the court's mail clerks.

In the affidavit I also gave information on the missing June 28, 07 certified mailing of Annie Nelson (Postal Service Confirmation No. CO-32938966).

I sent by verifiable mail a copy of the above papers w/ a letter to Chief Robert White of the Louisville Metro Police Dept. I asked Chief White to investigate the fact that LMPD Officer Matthew Chaudoin would not take a report on the matter (see Jan. 6 update, below).

Copies of the above POSTAL INSPECTION package were also sent by verifiable mail to Jason Nemes, Director of the Administrative Office of the Courts (in Frankfort, KY), and U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth (Louisville district).


January 6, 2008, Sunday
By instructions from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), I contacted the Metro Louisville Police Dept., today, to initiate a report on the missing summons for serving my Complaint on the Courier Journal, by certified mail. The report would specify mail tampering and fraud (see Dec. 31 update, below). However, the police officer refused to take the report, even though I showed him the growing pile of documents. He also ignored that I was under instruction by the USPS.

The USPS has no record of the mailing, and mail clerks at the Jefferson Co. Circuit Court (or USPS) would not refund my mailing fee. Yet, I have the receipt of the transaction and "green" USPS certified receipt, showing that the transaction took place.

I told the police officer that if he did not take a report I'd have no choice but to contact Police Chief, Robert White, on the matter. He still refused to take the report. That letter was sent to the Chief on Jan. 11, '08.


December 31, 2007
I initiated the complaint process with the U.S. Postal Service for the mail clerks (at Jefferson Co. Circuit Court) and the U.S. postal delivery-man not processing the certified mailing of the summons [with my Dec. 17 Complaint] / lawsuit against Courier-Journal, Inc. The Postal Service assured me that they would contact me within the next business day. See the Dec. 29 and Dec. 26 updates, below.

December 26, 2007
The court clerk issued a second summons for Courier Journal, Inc. (C-J) to answer my Complaint (case 07-ci-012572) for the court's ratification of my Oct. 27, 2007 administrative judgement against C-J. The first summons (Dec. 17) never reached C-J, because the mail clerks (at Jefferson Co. Circuit Court) and the U.S. postal delivery-man did not process the mailing of the summons [with my Complaint].

I paid $40 for the Jefferson Co. Sheriff to deliver the second summons, but it has not been delivered yet, as of Dec. 31, 2007.