Request for USPS Inpection Service investigation documents of USPS employees that went "postal"

Don M. Moore filed this request with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service of the United States of America.
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From: Don M. Moore

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

FOIA & First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Right to Petition
Request for expedited processing
Don M. Moore
69 S. Hamilton St.
Jordan NY 13080
May 30, 2019
(315) 689-9197
To: MANAGER FOIA UNIT Att: Tammy Warner r Information Disclosure Specialist FOIA Public Liaison
WASHINGTON DC 20260-2101

Phone (202) 268-7004, (202) 268-7004 (Ms. Warner)

RE: New FOIA for proof of death to meet FBI requirements to request other documents concerning individuals in previous request.

Dear Supposedly Public Servants

I make this request with clarifying the public interest – FOIA request are in the public interest when they expose government activity and or government wrong doing. This request is through MuckRock an online news organization that assist with FOIA request in order to get as complete response as possible in the most expedited process possible. Melissa. Figueroa FOIA Analyst April 26, 2019 Requested payment of $35,175.00, upon limiting scope of request Tammy A. Warner Information Disclosure Specialist FOIA Public Liaison in
May 15, 2019 letter claimed that I would have to follow Privacy act requirements as if requested documents were for myself and not mostly deceased individuals - I limited request to fi-for duty letters (that most likely would have wrong address for the exams on them).

1.Postal Shooting incidents:
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b. 1

2.Failure of Investigations in to mass shootings to find motives for actions (see 1. b. above “...a motive. The FBI is still trying to figure it out.”)
Failure of law enforcemnt (FBI and USPS Inspection Service) investigations into "postal shootings" to investigate and inform public of games the USPS managers and psychiatrist played to drive people into psychosis.

I'm requesting Investigation records of the following individuals that were USPS employees that went “postal” all but one or two are deceased from their very notorious act of going “postal” for any living I claim public interest outweighs any privacy concerns in fact if living this information would be beneficial to these individuals and their legal representatives) FOR VERIFICATION SEE In additional confirmation see (with MJ# after each person in list) also see
(a) Floyd Davidson, March 22, 1975, Gadsden, Alabama: a 47-year-old postal employee, Gadsden was charged with 2 counts of first degree murder in the fatal shooting of Postmaster
(b) Perry Smith, August 19, 1983, Johnston, South Carolina: a resigned USPS employee, charged into the Johnston post office with a 12-gauge shotgun and began firing at workers
(c) James Brooks, 53 ,December 2, 1983, Anniston, Alabama: entered into the Anniston, Alabama, post office with a .38 caliber pistol killing the postmaster, and injuring his immediate
(d) Steven Brownlee, March 6, 1985, Atlanta, Georgia: with 12 years of service, opened fire on the night shift in the Atlanta, Georgia, main post office with a .22 caliber pistol and killed
(e) Patrick Sherrill, August 20, 1986, Edmond, Oklahoma: a part-time letter carrier, entered the Edmond Postal Office and fatally shot 14 employees and wounded six. MJ#118
(f) Warren Murphy, December 14, 1988, New Orleans, Louisiana: entered into the New Orleans, Louisiana, postal facility with a 12-gauge shotgun hidden under his clothing.
(g) John Merlin Taylor August 10, 1989, Escondido, California: killed his wife, then two colleagues and himself at Orange Glen post office.
(h) Joseph M. Harris October 10, 1991: Ex-postal worker killed his ex-supervisor and her boyfriend at their home in Wayne, New Jersey, then killed two former colleagues as they
(i) Thomas McIlvane, November 14, 1991, Royal Oak, Michigan: Fired postal worker killed four, wounded five, before killing himself. MJ #100
(j) Roy Barnes, June 3, 1992, Citrus Heights, California: a 60-year-old employee, went to the workroom floor at the Citrus Heights post office, armed with a .22 caliber pistol, and fatally
(k) Larry Jasion May 6, 1993, Dearborn, Michigan: Postal worker killed one, wounded three, then killed himself at a post office garage.
(l) James A. Paulano ,December 1, 1993, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Postal employee was accidentally killed in a drive by shooting.
(m) Christopher Green, a former postal employee, March 21, 1995, Montclair, New Jersey: killed four people (including two employees) and wounded a fifth at the Fairfield Street branch post
(n) Bruce Clark, July 10, 1995, City of Industry, California: current employee and a postal clerk with 25 years employment with the USPS, subsequent to an argument, punched his
(o) Charles Jenning, December 19, 1996, Las Vegas, Nevada: Former employee went to the parking lot at the Las Vegas, Nevada, postal facility and shot and killed a labor relations
(p) Jesus Antonio Tamayo, September 2, 1997, Miami Beach, Florida: 21-year postal employee shoots ex-wife and friend, whom he saw waiting in line, then killed himself.
(q) Anthony Deculit, December 20, 1997, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: killed a coworker and wounded a supervisor and another coworker with a 9mm pistol before killing himself.
(r) Jennifer San Marco, January 30, 2006, Goleta, California: Former mail processor, 44, killed six employees (five immediately, another died later). A seventh victim, a former neighbor, was MJ#74
(s) Grant Gallaher, April 4, 2006, Baker City, Oregon: a letter carrier for 13 years, while on duty in Baker City, Oregon, reportedly went home and got his .357 Magnum revolver and drove to the
(t) Julius Kevin Tartt, November 28, 2006, San Francisco, California: age 39, with 18 years of service, employed at the Napoleon Street Carrier Annex in San Francisco, went to his
(u) Jimmy Lam, June 14, 2017 San Francisco, California: 38-year-old employee killed 3 coworkers at a UPS facility before killing himself as police arrived. Two others were shot and
(v) Stephen Craig Paddock (April 9, 1953 – October 1, 2017) was an American mass murderer responsible for the 2017 Las Vegas shooting, during which he fired . MJ #21
(w) Deshaune Stewart, December 23, 2017 Dublin, Ohio: 24-year-old shot and killed his supervisor, then physically beat the office postmaster to death in response to his pending dismissal. It was later found that Deshaune was the victim of years of harassment and threatened termination from the office postmaster.

I maintain that because the above request public interest outweighs privacy concerns because "mental illness" is 150 billion dollar fraud a year (being based on false theories). With all but two or three in request number being dead and thus privacy issues greatly diminished. Vince Foster2 case cited by USPS previously should be noted only prevented the release of some of the most gruesome death photos not all of them in addition I believe the family along with many of the individuals do not have any knowledge that the USPS routinely gave wrong address to fit for duty exams and therefore the correct case law to consider is Lepelletier v. FDIC, 977 F. Supp. 456 (D.D.C. 1997)3. Such information concerning Mr. Stewart would be extremely valuable to his defense.

The requested documents may be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request . I would prefer the request filled electronically to MuckRock, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

My Identity is Don M. Moore 315 689-9197 – my expertise's is personal experience and research that has include observation and discussion with many, Numerous friends including psychiatrist, nurses, attending USPS consultant Dennis Johnson's presentation (in which I figured out what a snake oil salesman he is), Locating NY DOH information on USPS psychiatrist Dr. Andrus drug problems ...

I have no intention of using requested records to contact any individuals or survivors of any one that USPS sent to fit for duty exams – I will not in any way violate their privacy with information from requested document.

I can verify addresses as correct or incorrect by using google, public property records, and / or by actually going to the physical address!

Again anything I can do to clarify any part of this request please contact me via email at


Don M. Moore December 14, 2018
Concerning burdensome searches I suggest the USPS review the NSA case concerning a very " voluminous amount of records" FOIA request From NSA court action -

“ identifying responsive documents was a relatively
simple exercise, yet resulted in a voluminous amount of records”, “ the Court order the Agency to process no more than
400 pages of potentially responsive documents per month.”

“This phase of the process is extremely timeconsuming,
as each responsive document must be reviewed page-bypage,
line-by-line, and word-by-word to determine which, if any,
FOIA and/or Privacy Act (“PA”) exemptions may apply. This
includes recommending redactions of exempt material and notating
the applicable exemption(s) in the margin of each page, or
deleting pages when they are withheld in their entirety.”

Below please find supporting website for my FOIA request such as proof of death of Mr. Paddock on Las Vegas Police Metro Department Web Site (thus no denial for privacy). This section is for FBI request not USPS request

A deceased individual:

If your request is for information concerning a deceased individual, you must provide proof of death. Acceptable forms of proof of death include obituaries, death certificates, recognized sources that can be documented, written media, Who’s Who in America, an FBI file that indicates a person is deceased, date of birth is 100 years or greater, or Social Security Death Index page.
State how much you are willing to pay for duplication fees if any are assessed. Refer to the U.S. Department of Justice FOIA Reference Guide.

A spokesperson for the Office of Personnel Management told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Stephen Paddock worked as an agent for the Internal Revenue Service in its auditing department and was also a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. The spokesperson said Paddock worked as a mailman for the USPS for two years from 1976-1978 and then worked for the IRS for six years until 1984. After that, he worked as a defense auditor, a job he held for about 18 months, the spokesperson said.
Official Las Vegas Metro Police Department press release on Stephen Paddock's death.

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,if there has been no agency action on the request). It is important to note that when an agency does not respond to a request at all and no administrative appeal is filed within six
years, the statute of limitations has expired, and the requester will not be permitted to file a lawsuit. However, the requester may simply refile the same request and then litigate the agency’s failure to respond and/or subsequent denial.
in USPS handbook “Handbook AS-353, Guide to Privacy, the Freedom of Information Act, and Record Management, § 4-2.1.a.” “If necessary, the custodian may ask the requester for more information” (Previous denials I was not asked for any more information

(, “Medicine's big new battleground: does mental illness really exist?” …Any one that does not think there is a public interest in how the USPS and psychiatry play games to drive people into psychosis must be wearing blinders.

from: EL-860-2000-7
Notifying the Employee of the Examination The occupational health nurse administrator, or designee, notifies the labor relations specialist of the scheduled examination. The labor relations specialist, or other person designated by the Human Resources manager, notifies the employee’s supervisor in writing of the examination appointment. The employee is notified by mail and, if practicable, by personal delivery from the supervisor. The letter to the employee must include information concerning the reasons the fitness-for-duty examination is necessary.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.


Don M. Moore

From: U.S. Postal Inspection Service

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