Request For USPS Letters Sending Employees to Wrong Address for Fit For Duty Exams

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

To Whom It May Concern:

This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby request the following records:

USPS letters sending employees to wrong address for fit for duty exams

To Whom It May Concern:

This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby request the following records:

1.All letters sending USPS employees for fit-for-duty exams in the USPS Albany District that are to incorrect addresses. If the USPS finds it to difficult to figure out if an address that it has sent a person to a fit for duty exam is correct or incorrect than I request the USPS send all letters for Fit for duty exams located in the Albany USPS District. (for full description of such letters see August 30, 1994 USPS letter sending Don Moore for exam on September 8, 1994).

2.All letters sending USPS employees for fit-for-duty exams in all USPS Districts that are to incorrect addresses. If the USPS finds it to difficult to figure out if an address that it has sent a person to a fit for duty exam is correct or incorrect than I request the USPS send all letters for Fit for duty exams located in all USPS Districts. (for full description of such letters see August 30, 1994 USPS letter sending Don Moore for exam on September 8, 1994).

I understand that the search will be a major task but I have provided a good description of records sought thus it should not be a burden to figure out what document I'm requesting – If the agency has any issues that need to be clarified they know how to contact me directly as I am sending copy via certified mail to the PMG. I have previously provided the USPS with names of others that I have reason to believe the USPS also sent to wrong address for fit for duty exams – I suggest the USPS could start by searching for any letters sending these individuals to fit for duty exams. Concerning burdensome searches I suggest the USPS review the NSA case concerning a very " voluminous amount of records" FOIA request https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/3512610/NSA-Stay-Petition.pdf 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.”

I would accept any reasonable number of documents from the USPS per month in response to my FOIA request. Further in order to save the USPS time and money I would accept the USPS to create an audit report as NSA did to report on illegal spying on American citizens. Such a report should contain date of fit for duty exam, address of exam, USPS manager that signed letter, doctor that person was being sent to see and how many letters for that address.

While FOIA does not require an agency to create a document an agency can always create a new document that responds to a FOIA request agencies do create new documents all the time. Such an audit report could sufficiently inform the public of the extent of the USPS sending people to wrong address for fit for duty exams. Thus the public could gain a better understanding of how and why USPS employees are driven into psychosis and thus develop a “history of mental illness” as the USPS likes to say. An audit report could save the USPS time by not having to spend so much time on each responsive document as from NSA court filing preparing each document for release can be time consuming (redactions, reviews …). From NSA court papers -

“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.”

My FOIA request are not burdensome in the respect that the USPS is having a difficult time identifying the requested documents but because of the volume of documents to be searched and the number of responsive documents. In the NSA case with over 20,000 responsive documents at 400 pages per month batch release it seems it will take the NSA 5 years to comply with the FOIA request.
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 to MuckRock, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

While I'm waiting on the USPS liaison and OIGS to assist in resolving issues regarding my 3 other FOIA request via MuckRock - https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/usps-sending-employees-for-psychiatric-exam-to-non-existant-address-30141/? https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/usps-sending-employees-for-psychiatric-exam-to-non-existant-address-30143/ https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/usps-gaslighting-employees-into-psychosis-31592/?

I submit this request in order to be better prepared if I need to proceed to court in order to get the truth about the USPS sending numerous employees to wrong address for fit for duty exams along with other games the USPS and psychiatrist play to drive people into psychosis.

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.

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

Sincerely,

Don M. Moore

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.

Sincerely,

Don M. Moore

From: Don M. Moore

I have filed a FOIA Complaint and attach the entire complaint with exhibits.
My complaint covers 3 request to the USPS via MuckRock -
https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/usps-gaslighting-employees-into-psychosis-31592/
https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/request-for-usps-letters-sending-employees-to-wrong-address-for-fit-for-duty-exams-38593/
https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/usps-sending-employees-for-psychiatric-exam-to-non-existant-address-30141/
So the I will post the complaint on all 3 of the above MuckRock Sites.
While the USPS represented that the National Archives may have the requested records and I made a FOIA request via MuckRock to the National Archives and made an administrative appeal that has not been timely responded to yet I have not filed a complaint in court against the Archives yet.

I have found the USPS FOIA Liaison and the OGIS to be very worthless as anyone can see if they review the attached complaint.

This has been a daunting task but I represent the USPS has intentionally played numerous games with employees in order to drive the employees into psychosis and represent that the employee is "mentally ill".

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