USPS Sending Employees For psychiatric exam to non existant address

Don M. Moore filed this request with the United States Postal Service of the United States of America.
Tracking # 2017-APP-00055,
Due Dec. 15, 2016
Est. Completion None
Status
Awaiting Response

Communications

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:

All letters sending USPS employees for fit-for-duty exams at non existent address of 440 East Genesee St. Syracuse NY 13202 (for full description of such letters see August 30, 1994 USPS letter sending Don Moore for exam on September 8, 1994).

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: Isreal, Pamela

The attached is being sent to you from the United States Postal Service.

From: Isreal, Pamela

The attached is being sent to you from the United States Postal Service.

From: Don M. Moore

(1) A copy of the request, of any notification of denial or other action, and of any other related correspondence;
(2) The FOIA tracking number assigned to the request;
(3) A statement of the action, or failure to act, from which the appeal is taken;
(4) A statement identifying the specific redactions to responsive records that the requester is challenging;
(5) A statement of the relief sought; and
(6) A statement of the reasons why the requester believes the action or failure to act is erroneous.
(1) should be provided by MuckRock
(2) FOIA tracking # #2017-FPFD-00078 and #2017-FPFD-00079
(3)Failure to produce the requested documents by claiming the documents if they did exist would of been properly destroyed years ago
I'm challenging the assertion that USPS 100.200 applies to Fit-For Duty Exam documents rather than USPS 100.700
(4) no responsive documents provided
(5) provide copies of all responsive documents, Acknowledgement by the USPS PMG of the numerous games played by the USPS and psychiatrist to drive people into psychosis, firing of Lisa Lynch, Walter Huba, Pamela Isreal, Linda Crump and others involed in the games and cover ups!
The response from Ms. Isreal is erroneous because USPS 100.200 is not proper regulation for medical related documents such as letter ordering a person to a fit for duty exam rather the proper regulation is USPS 100.700 which calls for 30 year retention, not 3 years as USPS 100.200.
Thus the requested documents should still exist.

From: Don M. Moore

I'm Appealing the above response because the cited regulation USPS 100.200 has nothing to do with my request the correct reulation for the requested document is USPS 100.700 (please find USPS 100.700 below).

While Ms. Isreal indicates in a footnote that the USPS has responded to multiple request this is first time I believe USPS 100.200 was erroneously cited!

USPS 100.700
System Name:
Medical Records and Related Documents.
System Location
USPS medical facilities, designee offices, and National Personnel Records Center.
Categories of Individuals Covered by the System
1. Current and former USPS employees.
2. Individuals who have been offered employment but were determined medically unsuitable or who declined the offer.
3. Current and former USPS employees who are or were required to have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or are otherwise subject to controlled substance and alcohol testing.
4. Applicants and current or former USPS employees, or persons who request reasonable accommodation on behalf of an applicant or employee.
Categories of Records in the System
1. Employee or applicant information: Name, Social Security Number, Employee Identification Number, Candidate Identification Number, date of birth, postal assignment information, work contact information, finance number(s), duty location, and pay location.
2. Employee Medical Folder: Restricted medical records, administrative medical records, and OWCP-related medical records.
3. Controlled substance and alcohol testing information: Records related to alcohol and controlled substance test results, refusals, medical review officer’s evaluations, employee statements, and substance abuse professionals’ evaluations and referrals.
4. Reasonable Accommodation folders: These folders document the decision-making process and contain records related to requests for Reasonable Accommodation.
Authority for Maintenance of the System
39 U.S.C. 401, 410, 1001, 1005, and 1206.
Purpose(s)
1. Medical information maintained in the employee medical folder is used to, but is not limited to, support hiring decisions and determine job-related medical suitability, fitness for duty, and Family Medical Leave Act documentation.
2. To implement a controlled substance and alcohol testing program for employees in safety-sensitive positions.
3. To provide for the uniform collection and compilation of controlled substance and alcohol test results.
4. To assess disability retirement requests.
5. To assist in making determinations about reasonable accommodation.
Routine Uses of Records Maintained in the System, Including Categories of Users and the Purposes of Such Uses
Standard routine uses 1. through 9. apply. In addition:
a. Medical records may be disclosed to an employee’s private treating physician and to medical personnel retained by USPS to provide medical examinations or treatment for an employee’s health or physical condition related to employment.
Policies and Practices for Storing, Retrieving, Accessing, Retaining, and Disposing of Records in the System
Storage
Automated database, computer storage media, digital files, and paper files.
Retrievability
By employee or applicant name, Social Security Number, Employee Identification Number, Candidate Identification Number, or duty or pay location.
Safeguards
Paper records, computers, and computer storage media are located in controlled-access areas under supervision of program personnel. Access to these areas is limited to authorized personnel, who must be identified with a badge. Access to records is limited to individuals whose official duties require such access. Contractors and licensees are subject to contract controls and unannounced on-site audits and inspections. Computers are protected by mechanical locks, card key systems, or other physical access control methods. The use of computer systems is regulated with installed security software, computer logon identifications, and operating system controls including access controls, terminal and transaction logging, and file management software.
Retention and Disposal
1. The Employee Medical Folder is retained by USPS until the employee is separated from USPS. On an annual basis, records of all employees separated during the prior year are transferred to the National Personnel Records Center and retained for 30 years.
2. Candidate medical information for applicants determined to be medically unsuitable for the position offered is retained 2 years in hard copy. Computer data is retained 3 years in a history database.
3. Documentation supporting applicant requests for reasonable accommodation for participation in the hiring or assessment process are maintained for 2 years in hard copy. Computer records of such requests are retained 3 years.
4. Reasonable Accommodation Committee and District Reasonable Accommodation Committee records are maintained for the duration of the employee’s tenure with the USPS or until any appeals are adjudicated, whichever is longer. After the official use for these records has been satisfied, the records are to be placed in a sealed envelope, labeled as “Reasonable Accommodation Committee Records,” and placed in the employee medical folder (EMF) and retained in accordance with the official retention period for the EMFs.
5. Alcohol test results indicating a breath alcohol concentration of 0.02 or greater, verified positive controlled substance test results, refusals, medical review officer’s evaluations, employee statements, and substance abuse professionals’ evaluations and referrals are retained 5 years. Alcohol test results indicating a breath alcohol concentration of less than 0.02, and negative and canceled controlled substance test results, are retained 1 year.
Records existing on paper are destroyed by burning, pulping, or shredding. Records existing on computer storage media are destroyed according to the applicable USPS media sanitization practice.
System Manager(s) and Address
Vice President, Employee Resource Management, United States Postal Service, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260.
Notification Procedure
Individuals wanting to know if information about them is maintained in this system must address inquiries to the facility head where currently or last employed. Headquarters employees must submit inquiries to the National Medical Director, Health and Resource Management, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260. Individuals who requested accommodation for an entrance examination or assessment must submit inquiries to the Manager of Selection, Evaluation, and Recognition, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260. Inquiries must include full name, Social Security Number or Employee Identification Number, name and address of facility where last employed, and dates of USPS employment or date of application.
Record Access Procedures
Requests for access must be made in accordance with the Notification Procedure above and USPS Privacy Act regulations regarding access to records and verification of identity under 39 CFR 266.6.
Contesting Record Procedures
See Notification Procedure and Record Access Procedures above.
Record Source Categories

From: Don M. Moore

(1) A copy of the request, of any notification of denial or other action, and of any other related correspondence;
(2) The FOIA tracking number assigned to the request;
(3) A statement of the action, or failure to act, from which the appeal is taken;
(4) A statement identifying the specific redactions to responsive records that the requester is challenging;
(5) A statement of the relief sought; and
(6) A statement of the reasons why the requester believes the action or failure to act is erroneous.

(1) should be provided by MuckRock
(2) FOIA tracking # #2017-FPFD-00078 and #2017-FPFD-00079
(3)Failure to produce the requested documents by claiming the documents if they did exist would of been properly destroyed years ago
I'm challenging the assertion that USPS 100.200 applies to Fit-For Duty Exam documents rather than USPS 100.700
(4) no responsive documents provided
(5) provide copies of all responsive documents, Acknowledgement by the USPS PMG of the numerous games played by the USPS and psychiatrist to drive people into psychosis, firing of Lisa Lynch, Walter Huba, Pamela Isreal, Linda Crump and others involed in the games and cover ups!

The response from Ms. Isreal is erroneous because USPS 100.200 is not proper regulation for medical related documents such as letter ordering a person to a fit for duty exam rather the proper regulation is USPS 100.700 which calls for 30 year retention, not 3 years as USPS 100.200.
Thus the requested documents should still exist.

In addition I further note Ms. Isreal's foot note in her final decision - I modified each subsequent FOIA request to over come the previous denials so each request was significantly different from previous request. The USPS General Counsel did not actually affirm the original final determination instead they came up with a new denial reason the "Glomar response". While I think that the Glomar response should not stand up in Court I decided to submit a new FOIA that clearly dealt with the "Glomar response. In the request the General counsel responded with Glomar I listed a number of other USPS employees that I have good reason to believe were also sent to wrong address for fit for duty exam. In next FOIA request I submitted same request with all names struck out with some other minor changes.

I'm Appealing the above response because the cited regulation USPS 100.200 has nothing to do with my request the correct regulation for the requested document is USPS 100.700 (please find USPS 100.700 below).

While Ms. Isreal indicates in a footnote that the USPS has responded to multiple request this is first time I believe USPS 100.200 was erroneously cited!

USPS 100.700
System Name:
Medical Records and Related Documents.
System Location
USPS medical facilities, designee offices, and National Personnel Records Center.
Categories of Individuals Covered by the System
1. Current and former USPS employees.
2. Individuals who have been offered employment but were determined medically unsuitable or who declined the offer.
3. Current and former USPS employees who are or were required to have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or are otherwise subject to controlled substance and alcohol testing.
4. Applicants and current or former USPS employees, or persons who request reasonable accommodation on behalf of an applicant or employee.
Categories of Records in the System
1. Employee or applicant information: Name, Social Security Number, Employee Identification Number, Candidate Identification Number, date of birth, postal assignment information, work contact information, finance number(s), duty location, and pay location.
2. Employee Medical Folder: Restricted medical records, administrative medical records, and OWCP-related medical records.
3. Controlled substance and alcohol testing information: Records related to alcohol and controlled substance test results, refusals, medical review officer’s evaluations, employee statements, and substance abuse professionals’ evaluations and referrals.
4. Reasonable Accommodation folders: These folders document the decision-making process and contain records related to requests for Reasonable Accommodation.
Authority for Maintenance of the System
39 U.S.C. 401, 410, 1001, 1005, and 1206.
Purpose(s)
1. Medical information maintained in the employee medical folder is used to, but is not limited to, support hiring decisions and determine job-related medical suitability, fitness for duty, and Family Medical Leave Act documentation.
2. To implement a controlled substance and alcohol testing program for employees in safety-sensitive positions.
3. To provide for the uniform collection and compilation of controlled substance and alcohol test results.
4. To assess disability retirement requests.
5. To assist in making determinations about reasonable accommodation.
Routine Uses of Records Maintained in the System, Including Categories of Users and the Purposes of Such Uses
Standard routine uses 1. through 9. apply. In addition:
a. Medical records may be disclosed to an employee’s private treating physician and to medical personnel retained by USPS to provide medical examinations or treatment for an employee’s health or physical condition related to employment.
Policies and Practices for Storing, Retrieving, Accessing, Retaining, and Disposing of Records in the System
Storage
Automated database, computer storage media, digital files, and paper files.
Retrievability
By employee or applicant name, Social Security Number, Employee Identification Number, Candidate Identification Number, or duty or pay location.
Safeguards
Paper records, computers, and computer storage media are located in controlled-access areas under supervision of program personnel. Access to these areas is limited to authorized personnel, who must be identified with a badge. Access to records is limited to individuals whose official duties require such access. Contractors and licensees are subject to contract controls and unannounced on-site audits and inspections. Computers are protected by mechanical locks, card key systems, or other physical access control methods. The use of computer systems is regulated with installed security software, computer logon identifications, and operating system controls including access controls, terminal and transaction logging, and file management software.
Retention and Disposal
1. The Employee Medical Folder is retained by USPS until the employee is separated from USPS. On an annual basis, records of all employees separated during the prior year are transferred to the National Personnel Records Center and retained for 30 years.
2. Candidate medical information for applicants determined to be medically unsuitable for the position offered is retained 2 years in hard copy. Computer data is retained 3 years in a history database.
3. Documentation supporting applicant requests for reasonable accommodation for participation in the hiring or assessment process are maintained for 2 years in hard copy. Computer records of such requests are retained 3 years.
4. Reasonable Accommodation Committee and District Reasonable Accommodation Committee records are maintained for the duration of the employee’s tenure with the USPS or until any appeals are adjudicated, whichever is longer. After the official use for these records has been satisfied, the records are to be placed in a sealed envelope, labeled as “Reasonable Accommodation Committee Records,” and placed in the employee medical folder (EMF) and retained in accordance with the official retention period for the EMFs.
5. Alcohol test results indicating a breath alcohol concentration of 0.02 or greater, verified positive controlled substance test results, refusals, medical review officer’s evaluations, employee statements, and substance abuse professionals’ evaluations and referrals are retained 5 years. Alcohol test results indicating a breath alcohol concentration of less than 0.02, and negative and canceled controlled substance test results, are retained 1 year.
Records existing on paper are destroyed by burning, pulping, or shredding. Records existing on computer storage media are destroyed according to the applicable USPS media sanitization practice.
System Manager(s) and Address
Vice President, Employee Resource Management, United States Postal Service, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260.
Notification Procedure
Individuals wanting to know if information about them is maintained in this system must address inquiries to the facility head where currently or last employed. Headquarters employees must submit inquiries to the National Medical Director, Health and Resource Management, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260. Individuals who requested accommodation for an entrance examination or assessment must submit inquiries to the Manager of Selection, Evaluation, and Recognition, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260. Inquiries must include full name, Social Security Number or Employee Identification Number, name and address of facility where last employed, and dates of USPS employment or date of application.
Record Access Procedures
Requests for access must be made in accordance with the Notification Procedure above and USPS Privacy Act regulations regarding access to records and verification of identity under 39 CFR 266.6.
Contesting Record Procedures
See Notification Procedure and Record Access Procedures above.
Record Source Categories(1) A copy of the request, of any notification of denial or other action, and of any other related correspondence;
(2) The FOIA tracking number assigned to the request;
(3) A statement of the action, or failure to act, from which the appeal is taken;
(4) A statement identifying the specific redactions to responsive records that the requester is challenging;
(5) A statement of the relief sought; and
(6) A statement of the reasons why the requester believes the action or failure to act is erroneous.
(1) should be provided by MuckRock
(2) FOIA tracking # #2017-FPFD-00078 and #2017-FPFD-00079
(3)Failure to produce the requested documents by claiming the documents if they did exist would of been properly destroyed years ago
I'm challenging the assertion that USPS 100.200 applies to Fit-For Duty Exam documents rather than USPS 100.700
(4) no responsive documents provided
(5) provide copies of all responsive documents, Acknowledgement by the USPS PMG of the numerous games played by the USPS and psychiatrist to drive people into psychosis, firing of Lisa Lynch, Walter Huba, Pamela Isreal, Linda Crump and others involed in the games and cover ups!
The response from Ms. Isreal is erroneous because USPS 100.200 is not proper regulation for medical related documents such as letter ordering a person to a fit for duty exam rather the proper regulation is USPS 100.700 which calls for 30 year retention, not 3 years as USPS 100.200.
Thus the requested documents should still exist.

From: Don M. Moore

(1) A copy of the request, of any notification of denial or other action, and of any other related correspondence;
(2) The FOIA tracking number assigned to the request;
(3) A statement of the action, or failure to act, from which the appeal is taken;
(4) A statement identifying the specific redactions to responsive records that the requester is challenging;
(5) A statement of the relief sought; and
(6) A statement of the reasons why the requester believes the action or failure to act is erroneous.

(1) should be provided by MuckRock
(2) FOIA tracking # #2017-FPFD-00078 and #2017-FPFD-00079
(3)Failure to produce the requested documents by claiming the documents if they did exist would of been properly destroyed years ago
I'm challenging the assertion that USPS 100.200 applies to Fit-For Duty Exam documents rather than USPS 100.700
(4) no responsive documents provided
(5) provide copies of all responsive documents, Acknowledgement by the USPS PMG of the numerous games played by the USPS and psychiatrist to drive people into psychosis, firing of Lisa Lynch, Walter Huba, Pamela Isreal, Linda Crump and others involed in the games and cover ups!

The response from Ms. Isreal is erroneous because USPS 100.200 is not proper regulation for medical related documents such as letter ordering a person to a fit for duty exam rather the proper regulation is USPS 100.700 which calls for 30 year retention, not 3 years as USPS 100.200.
Thus the requested documents should still exist.

In addition I further note Ms. Isreal's foot note in her final decision - I modified each subsequent FOIA request to over come the previous denials so each request was significantly different from previous request. The USPS General Counsel did not actually affirm the original final determination instead they came up with a new denial reason the "Glomar response". While I think that the Glomar response should not stand up in Court I decided to submit a new FOIA that clearly dealt with the "Glomar response. In the request the General counsel responded with Glomar I listed a number of other USPS employees that I have good reason to believe were also sent to wrong address for fit for duty exam. In next FOIA request I submitted same request with all names struck out with some other minor changes.

I'm Appealing the above response because the cited regulation USPS 100.200 has nothing to do with my request the correct regulation for the requested document is USPS 100.700 (please find USPS 100.700 below).

While Ms. Isreal indicates in a footnote that the USPS has responded to multiple request this is first time I believe USPS 100.200 was erroneously cited!

USPS 100.700
System Name:
Medical Records and Related Documents.
System Location
USPS medical facilities, designee offices, and National Personnel Records Center.
Categories of Individuals Covered by the System
1. Current and former USPS employees.
2. Individuals who have been offered employment but were determined medically unsuitable or who declined the offer.
3. Current and former USPS employees who are or were required to have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or are otherwise subject to controlled substance and alcohol testing.
4. Applicants and current or former USPS employees, or persons who request reasonable accommodation on behalf of an applicant or employee.
Categories of Records in the System
1. Employee or applicant information: Name, Social Security Number, Employee Identification Number, Candidate Identification Number, date of birth, postal assignment information, work contact information, finance number(s), duty location, and pay location.
2. Employee Medical Folder: Restricted medical records, administrative medical records, and OWCP-related medical records.
3. Controlled substance and alcohol testing information: Records related to alcohol and controlled substance test results, refusals, medical review officer’s evaluations, employee statements, and substance abuse professionals’ evaluations and referrals.
4. Reasonable Accommodation folders: These folders document the decision-making process and contain records related to requests for Reasonable Accommodation.
Authority for Maintenance of the System
39 U.S.C. 401, 410, 1001, 1005, and 1206.
Purpose(s)
1. Medical information maintained in the employee medical folder is used to, but is not limited to, support hiring decisions and determine job-related medical suitability, fitness for duty, and Family Medical Leave Act documentation.
2. To implement a controlled substance and alcohol testing program for employees in safety-sensitive positions.
3. To provide for the uniform collection and compilation of controlled substance and alcohol test results.
4. To assess disability retirement requests.
5. To assist in making determinations about reasonable accommodation.
Routine Uses of Records Maintained in the System, Including Categories of Users and the Purposes of Such Uses
Standard routine uses 1. through 9. apply. In addition:
a. Medical records may be disclosed to an employee’s private treating physician and to medical personnel retained by USPS to provide medical examinations or treatment for an employee’s health or physical condition related to employment.
Policies and Practices for Storing, Retrieving, Accessing, Retaining, and Disposing of Records in the System
Storage
Automated database, computer storage media, digital files, and paper files.
Retrievability
By employee or applicant name, Social Security Number, Employee Identification Number, Candidate Identification Number, or duty or pay location.
Safeguards
Paper records, computers, and computer storage media are located in controlled-access areas under supervision of program personnel. Access to these areas is limited to authorized personnel, who must be identified with a badge. Access to records is limited to individuals whose official duties require such access. Contractors and licensees are subject to contract controls and unannounced on-site audits and inspections. Computers are protected by mechanical locks, card key systems, or other physical access control methods. The use of computer systems is regulated with installed security software, computer logon identifications, and operating system controls including access controls, terminal and transaction logging, and file management software.
Retention and Disposal
1. The Employee Medical Folder is retained by USPS until the employee is separated from USPS. On an annual basis, records of all employees separated during the prior year are transferred to the National Personnel Records Center and retained for 30 years.
2. Candidate medical information for applicants determined to be medically unsuitable for the position offered is retained 2 years in hard copy. Computer data is retained 3 years in a history database.
3. Documentation supporting applicant requests for reasonable accommodation for participation in the hiring or assessment process are maintained for 2 years in hard copy. Computer records of such requests are retained 3 years.
4. Reasonable Accommodation Committee and District Reasonable Accommodation Committee records are maintained for the duration of the employee’s tenure with the USPS or until any appeals are adjudicated, whichever is longer. After the official use for these records has been satisfied, the records are to be placed in a sealed envelope, labeled as “Reasonable Accommodation Committee Records,” and placed in the employee medical folder (EMF) and retained in accordance with the official retention period for the EMFs.
5. Alcohol test results indicating a breath alcohol concentration of 0.02 or greater, verified positive controlled substance test results, refusals, medical review officer’s evaluations, employee statements, and substance abuse professionals’ evaluations and referrals are retained 5 years. Alcohol test results indicating a breath alcohol concentration of less than 0.02, and negative and canceled controlled substance test results, are retained 1 year.
Records existing on paper are destroyed by burning, pulping, or shredding. Records existing on computer storage media are destroyed according to the applicable USPS media sanitization practice.
System Manager(s) and Address
Vice President, Employee Resource Management, United States Postal Service, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260.
Notification Procedure
Individuals wanting to know if information about them is maintained in this system must address inquiries to the facility head where currently or last employed. Headquarters employees must submit inquiries to the National Medical Director, Health and Resource Management, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260. Individuals who requested accommodation for an entrance examination or assessment must submit inquiries to the Manager of Selection, Evaluation, and Recognition, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260. Inquiries must include full name, Social Security Number or Employee Identification Number, name and address of facility where last employed, and dates of USPS employment or date of application.
Record Access Procedures
Requests for access must be made in accordance with the Notification Procedure above and USPS Privacy Act regulations regarding access to records and verification of identity under 39 CFR 266.6.
Contesting Record Procedures
See Notification Procedure and Record Access Procedures above.
Record Source Categories(1) A copy of the request, of any notification of denial or other action, and of any other related correspondence;
(2) The FOIA tracking number assigned to the request;
(3) A statement of the action, or failure to act, from which the appeal is taken;
(4) A statement identifying the specific redactions to responsive records that the requester is challenging;
(5) A statement of the relief sought; and
(6) A statement of the reasons why the requester believes the action or failure to act is erroneous.
(1) should be provided by MuckRock
(2) FOIA tracking # #2017-FPFD-00078 and #2017-FPFD-00079
(3)Failure to produce the requested documents by claiming the documents if they did exist would of been properly destroyed years ago
I'm challenging the assertion that USPS 100.200 applies to Fit-For Duty Exam documents rather than USPS 100.700
(4) no responsive documents provided
(5) provide copies of all responsive documents, Acknowledgement by the USPS PMG of the numerous games played by the USPS and psychiatrist to drive people into psychosis, firing of Lisa Lynch, Walter Huba, Pamela Isreal, Linda Crump and others involed in the games and cover ups!
The response from Ms. Isreal is erroneous because USPS 100.200 is not proper regulation for medical related documents such as letter ordering a person to a fit for duty exam rather the proper regulation is USPS 100.700 which calls for 30 year retention, not 3 years as USPS 100.200.
Thus the requested documents should still exist.

From: Isreal, Pamela R - Washington, DC

The attached document is being sent to you from the United States Postal Service.

From: Isreal, Pamela R - Washington, DC

The attached document is being sent to you from the United States Postal Service.

From: United States Postal Service

A letter stating that the request appeal has been received and is being processed.

From: United States Postal Service

A letter stating that the request appeal has been received and is being processed.

From: Don M. Moore

So USPS has posted notice that they received appeal (two on https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/usps-sending-employees-for-psychiatric-exam-to-non-existant-address-30141/? and none on the other MuckRock FOIA request site https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/usps-sending-employees-for-psychiatric-exam-to-non-existant-address-30143/.

I strongly disagree with the received date as I sent the appeal to the USPS several times via MuckRock and email I consider the USPS should have dated it received at the very latest 01/05/ 2017 as Ms/ Crump's email on that date to me :

I have forwarded your emails re: appeals to our appeal unit. I haven’t heard back from them but will attempt to find out the status of your appeal of Nov 10 and the appeals submitted via MuckRock.

But please note that I have responded and indicated that I would like to speak with you however you have not provided me with a good time to reach you. In fact, I have called the cell phone number you provided to me but no one answered.

Finally, is this email intended to be a new FOIA request or just restating what you have already requested?

Seems many problems with USPS responding to my emails and MuckRock! Clearly Ms. Crump had knowledge of my FOIA appeal via MuckRock on the 5th of January. With numerous emails from me not responded to and apparently the MuckRock communications also ignored!

Seems like the USPS is improperly delaying my request since they do not want the public to know the truth!

From: Don M. Moore

Ms. Isreal's 12/21/2016 response posted on MuckRock is a claim that the USPS does not have any of the documents I requested in my FOIA request via MuckRock. By EL-860-2000-7 (see below sections from USPS regulation)such letters are required documents. Thus " Remember, sometimes a "no record exists" response is the "smoking gun" you need if you are trying to prove that an agency acted arbitrarily in some objectionable decision. ".

I also note the next section of the USPS regulation ". If an employee is unable or fails to appear for the examination, the supervisor is immediately notified for rescheduling or other appropriate action, as necessary." The employee has a legitimate reason for not making it to an examination if he was "accidentally" or more likely intentionally given wrong address for the examination thus the USPS reschedule the appointment hopefully with the correct address.

It seems to me it is well past time for the USPS to tell the public the truth about the intentional wrong address for fit for duty exams (in order to drive employee into psychosis and make it appear the employee is "mentally ill").

Psychosis is not an illness just a misunderstood condition - much of the misunderstanding is because of the secrecy of psychiatry. Psychiatry serves to preserve the status quo. The status quo in the USPS is sadly complacency with incompetence!

I post this to MuckRock and email to USPS. Again the letters sending employees to fit for duty exams are important letters that should be retained and not destroyed to cover up fact that the USPS intentional sends employees to wrong address for exams!

Since anyone can see by the MuckRock postings the USPS is not good at responding and is well over 60 working days since I submitted appeal via MuckRock and also emailed appeal to USPS I request the USPS respond with an estimated time to reasonable respond to my appeal ASAP!

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.

Notifying the Supervisor When an Employee Does Not Present for the Examination A fitness-for-duty assessment cannot be made until the examination has been completed. If an employee is unable or fails to appear for the examination, the supervisor is immediately notified for rescheduling or other appropriate action, as necessary.

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Whenever you speak with agency personnel on the telephone, send them a quick letter memorializing the points covered and request that they immediately inform you in writing if your recollection of the conversation is incorrect, and
Make, and hang on to, copies of all correspondence involving your case.

Government agencies should use new technology to enhance public access to agency records and information." See P.L. No. 104-231, 101 Stat. 2422, Sec. 2(a)(1996).

In preparation of litigation. Remember, sometimes a "no record exists" response is the "smoking gun" you need if you are trying to prove that an agency acted arbitrarily in some objectionable decision. For example, if the law requires the government to have considered certain facts or undertaken a particular action which would necessarily have left a paper trail, the absence of such a trail can be used as evidence that the agency failed in the performance of its statutory duties. We have used this tactic very successfully to paint an agency into a corner from which they could not escape after litigation began.

From: Don M. Moore

I submitted two FOIA request to the USPS via MuckRock to the USPS on 11/16/2016. Pamela Isreal submitted same response to both to the other MuckRock FOIA Request with the only thing different the subject line of MuckRock posting on 12/21/2016 I submitted appeal via MuckRock Several times to both USPS responses starting on 12/22/2016. I also emailed the appeal to Ms. Crump (USPS FOIA liaison) and several others.To this date the USPS has not responded to my appeals. The USPS is way over due in responding to my appeals. I am also emailing another copy of this appeal to Ms. Crump and others. No reasonable reason has been provided by the USPS to toll the appeal to date.

(1) A copy of the request, of any notification of denial or other action, and of any other related correspondence;
(2) The FOIA tracking number assigned to the request;
(3) A statement of the action, or failure to act, from which the appeal is taken;
(4) A statement identifying the specific redactions to responsive records that the requester is challenging;
(5) A statement of the relief sought; and
(6) A statement of the reasons why the requester believes the action or failure to act is erroneous.

(1) should be provided by MuckRock
(2) FOIA tracking # #2017-FPFD-00078 and #2017-FPFD-00079
(3)Failure to produce the requested documents by claiming the documents if they did exist would of been properly destroyed years ago
I'm challenging the assertion that USPS 100.200 applies to Fit-For Duty Exam documents rather than USPS 100.700
(4) no responsive documents provided
(5) provide copies of all responsive documents, Acknowledgement by the USPS PMG of the numerous games played by the USPS and psychiatrist to drive people into psychosis, firing of Lisa Lynch, Walter Huba, Pamela Isreal, Linda Crump and others involed in the games and cover ups!

The response from Ms. Isreal is erroneous because USPS 100.200 is not proper regulation for medical related documents such as letter ordering a person to a fit for duty exam rather the proper regulation is USPS 100.700 which calls for 30 year retention, not 3 years as USPS 100.200.
Thus the requested documents should still exist.

In addition I further note Ms. Isreal's foot note in her final decision - I modified each subsequent FOIA request to over come the previous denials so each request was significantly different from previous request. The USPS General Counsel did not actually affirm the original final determination instead they came up with a new denial reason the "Glomar response". While I think that the Glomar response should not stand up in Court I decided to submit a new FOIA that clearly dealt with the "Glomar response. In the request the General counsel responded with Glomar I listed a number of other USPS employees that I have good reason to believe were also sent to wrong address for fit for duty exam. In next FOIA request I submitted same request with all names struck out with some other minor changes.

I'm Appealing the above response because the cited regulation USPS 100.200 has nothing to do with my request the correct regulation for the requested document is USPS 100.700 (please find USPS 100.700 below).

While Ms. Isreal indicates in a footnote that the USPS has responded to multiple request this is first time I believe USPS 100.200 was erroneously cited!

USPS 100.700
System Name:
Medical Records and Related Documents.
System Location
USPS medical facilities, designee offices, and National Personnel Records Center.
Categories of Individuals Covered by the System
1. Current and former USPS employees.
2. Individuals who have been offered employment but were determined medically unsuitable or who declined the offer.
3. Current and former USPS employees who are or were required to have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or are otherwise subject to controlled substance and alcohol testing.
4. Applicants and current or former USPS employees, or persons who request reasonable accommodation on behalf of an applicant or employee.
Categories of Records in the System
1. Employee or applicant information: Name, Social Security Number, Employee Identification Number, Candidate Identification Number, date of birth, postal assignment information, work contact information, finance number(s), duty location, and pay location.
2. Employee Medical Folder: Restricted medical records, administrative medical records, and OWCP-related medical records.
3. Controlled substance and alcohol testing information: Records related to alcohol and controlled substance test results, refusals, medical review officer’s evaluations, employee statements, and substance abuse professionals’ evaluations and referrals.
4. Reasonable Accommodation folders: These folders document the decision-making process and contain records related to requests for Reasonable Accommodation.
Authority for Maintenance of the System
39 U.S.C. 401, 410, 1001, 1005, and 1206.
Purpose(s)
1. Medical information maintained in the employee medical folder is used to, but is not limited to, support hiring decisions and determine job-related medical suitability, fitness for duty, and Family Medical Leave Act documentation.
2. To implement a controlled substance and alcohol testing program for employees in safety-sensitive positions.
3. To provide for the uniform collection and compilation of controlled substance and alcohol test results.
4. To assess disability retirement requests.
5. To assist in making determinations about reasonable accommodation.
Routine Uses of Records Maintained in the System, Including Categories of Users and the Purposes of Such Uses
Standard routine uses 1. through 9. apply. In addition:
a. Medical records may be disclosed to an employee’s private treating physician and to medical personnel retained by USPS to provide medical examinations or treatment for an employee’s health or physical condition related to employment.
Policies and Practices for Storing, Retrieving, Accessing, Retaining, and Disposing of Records in the System
Storage
Automated database, computer storage media, digital files, and paper files.
Retrievability
By employee or applicant name, Social Security Number, Employee Identification Number, Candidate Identification Number, or duty or pay location.
Safeguards
Paper records, computers, and computer storage media are located in controlled-access areas under supervision of program personnel. Access to these areas is limited to authorized personnel, who must be identified with a badge. Access to records is limited to individuals whose official duties require such access. Contractors and licensees are subject to contract controls and unannounced on-site audits and inspections. Computers are protected by mechanical locks, card key systems, or other physical access control methods. The use of computer systems is regulated with installed security software, computer logon identifications, and operating system controls including access controls, terminal and transaction logging, and file management software.
Retention and Disposal
1. The Employee Medical Folder is retained by USPS until the employee is separated from USPS. On an annual basis, records of all employees separated during the prior year are transferred to the National Personnel Records Center and retained for 30 years.
2. Candidate medical information for applicants determined to be medically unsuitable for the position offered is retained 2 years in hard copy. Computer data is retained 3 years in a history database.
3. Documentation supporting applicant requests for reasonable accommodation for participation in the hiring or assessment process are maintained for 2 years in hard copy. Computer records of such requests are retained 3 years.
4. Reasonable Accommodation Committee and District Reasonable Accommodation Committee records are maintained for the duration of the employee’s tenure with the USPS or until any appeals are adjudicated, whichever is longer. After the official use for these records has been satisfied, the records are to be placed in a sealed envelope, labeled as “Reasonable Accommodation Committee Records,” and placed in the employee medical folder (EMF) and retained in accordance with the official retention period for the EMFs.
5. Alcohol test results indicating a breath alcohol concentration of 0.02 or greater, verified positive controlled substance test results, refusals, medical review officer’s evaluations, employee statements, and substance abuse professionals’ evaluations and referrals are retained 5 years. Alcohol test results indicating a breath alcohol concentration of less than 0.02, and negative and canceled controlled substance test results, are retained 1 year.
Records existing on paper are destroyed by burning, pulping, or shredding. Records existing on computer storage media are destroyed according to the applicable USPS media sanitization practice.
System Manager(s) and Address
Vice President, Employee Resource Management, United States Postal Service, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260.
Notification Procedure
Individuals wanting to know if information about them is maintained in this system must address inquiries to the facility head where currently or last employed. Headquarters employees must submit inquiries to the National Medical Director, Health and Resource Management, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260. Individuals who requested accommodation for an entrance examination or assessment must submit inquiries to the Manager of Selection, Evaluation, and Recognition, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20260. Inquiries must include full name, Social Security Number or Employee Identification Number, name and address of facility where last employed, and dates of USPS employment or date of application.
Record Access Procedures
Requests for access must be made in accordance with the Notification Procedure above and USPS Privacy Act regulations regarding access to records and verification of identity under 39 CFR 266.6.
Contesting Record Procedures
See Notification Procedure and Record Access Procedures above.
Record Source Categories(1) A copy of the request, of any notification of denial or other action, and of any other related correspondence;
(2) The FOIA tracking number assigned to the request;
(3) A statement of the action, or failure to act, from which the appeal is taken;
(4) A statement identifying the specific redactions to responsive records that the requester is challenging;
(5) A statement of the relief sought; and
(6) A statement of the reasons why the requester believes the action or failure to act is erroneous.
(1) should be provided by MuckRock
(2) FOIA tracking # #2017-FPFD-00078 and #2017-FPFD-00079
(3)Failure to produce the requested documents by claiming the documents if they did exist would of been properly destroyed years ago
I'm challenging the assertion that USPS 100.200 applies to Fit-For Duty Exam documents rather than USPS 100.700
(4) no responsive documents provided
(5) provide copies of all responsive documents, Acknowledgement by the USPS PMG of the numerous games played by the USPS and psychiatrist to drive people into psychosis, firing of Lisa Lynch, Walter Huba, Pamela Isreal, Linda Crump and others involed in the games and cover ups!
The response from Ms. Isreal is erroneous because USPS 100.200 is not proper regulation for medical related documents such as letter ordering a person to a fit for duty exam rather the proper regulation is USPS 100.700 which calls for 30 year retention, not 3 years as USPS 100.200.
Thus the requested documents should still exist.

From: United States Postal Service

The request has been rejected by the agency.

From: Don M. Moore

In addition Although the USPS appeal denial states across the top "Certified Mail" it was posted on the MuckRock site and so far I have not received it from the USPS vie email or certified mail. Although on Muck Rock it seems to indicate it was posted by the USPS on 05/02/2017 I did not receive email from MuckRock that USPS responded until today (05/12/2017). This I note because previously MuckRock has sent out notifications on day or next day after responses.

Odd also is several mentions in USPS response mentioning emails when the USPS initial response by Ms. Isreal and the appeal response was posted on MuckRock thus the MuckRock cites should be the official record and not the emails. Either way reasonable examination of both the MuckRock site and emails will show my appeal as timely.

The USPS response to my appeal clearly indicates Ms. Isreal's response to my FOIA request was "not accurate". and brings up new issues " … on modified grounds" that I was not able to have administratively addressed as from my previous emails I have requested the OGIS assistance in resolving these issues.

The USPS letter states " … each district would need to conduct a manual search" The USPS could of contacted me to clarify my request but chose not to. My request were for records in one district not every district - while some may have worked in the district that encompasses those that would have been sent to "440 East Genesee Street in Syracuse New York" and transferred to other Districts I would for go searching other districts as ample evidence should be in the one district that encompasses Syracuse NY (I believe the Albany district). Or the records would be as USPS 100.70 state I" transferred to the National Personnel Records Center." Not surer if the center is the NARA or the USPS as previous run around responses from the USPS indicated the NARA may have the records and that I would have to make a separate FOIA request to a doctor that turns out to be a USPS employee even though Mr. Huba (AKA Zorro) indicated he was not a USPS employee. By FOIA law the USPS should of forwarded the request to the USPS Doctor but did not..

I'm not asking the USPS search every record in every district and the USPS made no attempt to clarify such points with me even though I've made numerous attempts to resolve any issues. FOIA law requires the agency to come up with an efficient method to search for and retrieve records - I have suggested numerous times the USPS use resources it has such as Lisa Lynch to search for and retrieve the records. Some one from I believe the USPS or OGIS said something to the effect that "the ultimate goal of FOIA is the truth"!

Please forward this to Mr. Colby as I will want him on the stand and under oath if this goes to court along with the PMG. Again a copy of this will be found on MuckRock and hand delivered to Jordan Post master to go up chain of command. I think time for PMG to show up at news conference at to "440 East Genesee Street in Syracuse New York" is well past due!

From: Don M. Moore

In addition Although the USPS appeal denial states across the top "Certified Mail" it was posted on the MuckRock site and so far I have not received it from the USPS vie email or certified mail. Although on Muck Rock it seems to indicate it was posted by the USPS on 05/02/2017 I did not receive email from MuckRock that USPS responded until today (05/12/2017). This I note because previously MuckRock has sent out notifications on day or next day after responses.

Odd also is several mentions in USPS response mentioning emails when the USPS initial response by Ms. Isreal and the appeal response was posted on MuckRock thus the MuckRock cites should be the official record and not the emails. Either way reasonable examination of both the MuckRock site and emails will show my appeal as timely.

The USPS response to my appeal clearly indicates Ms. Isreal's response to my FOIA request was "not accurate". and brings up new issues " … on modified grounds" that I was not able to have administratively addressed as from my previous emails I have requested the OGIS assistance in resolving these issues.

The USPS letter states " … each district would need to conduct a manual search" The USPS could of contacted me to clarify my request but chose not to. My request were for records in one district not every district - while some may have worked in the district that encompasses those that would have been sent to "440 East Genesee Street in Syracuse New York" and transferred to other Districts I would for go searching other districts as ample evidence should be in the one district that encompasses Syracuse NY (I believe the Albany district). Or the records would be as USPS 100.70 state I" transferred to the National Personnel Records Center." Not surer if the center is the NARA or the USPS as previous run around responses from the USPS indicated the NARA may have the records and that I would have to make a separate FOIA request to a doctor that turns out to be a USPS employee even though Mr. Huba (AKA Zorro) indicated he was not a USPS employee. By FOIA law the USPS should of forwarded the request to the USPS Doctor but did not..

I'm not asking the USPS search every record in every district and the USPS made no attempt to clarify such points with me even though I've made numerous attempts to resolve any issues. FOIA law requires the agency to come up with an efficient method to search for and retrieve records - I have suggested numerous times the USPS use resources it has such as Lisa Lynch to search for and retrieve the records. Some one from I believe the USPS or OGIS said something to the effect that "the ultimate goal of FOIA is the truth"!

Please forward this to Mr. Colby as I will want him on the stand and under oath if this goes to court along with the PMG. Again a copy of this will be found on MuckRock and hand delivered to Jordan Post master to go up chain of command. I think time for PMG to show up at news conference at to "440 East Genesee Street in Syracuse New York" is well past due!

From: MuckRock

Ms. Eyre OGIS and Ms. Crump OGIS

Thanks for your email. I request assistance from the OGIS (per USPS 05/02/2017 letter) and the USPS FOIA liaison to resolve issues concerning my FOIA request and appeals. I believe the emails will eventually be very historic documents as they document the USPS cover up of games they have played for years along with the fraud of psychiatry.

First see attached response to one of my FOIA request and appeals via MuckRock. I said one because I also have another on https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/usps-sending-employees-for-psychiatric-exam-to-non-existant-address-30143/?. Please note that Ms. Isreal did not post a response to this FOIA request until 04/07/17 and the USPS has not posted a response to my appeal that I filed via MuckRock and email. This request is only for one day of fitness for duty letters sent out by the USPS. Ms. Lynch should be able to assist in reducing the time it takes the USPS to locate these documents. While the response does mention emails that I duplicated the MuckRock request the USPS has again failed to respond to the initial request via MuckRock.

A court should have no problem reviewing MuckRock and numerous emails that I filed appeals in a timely manner.

So my reading of the attached response the USPS leaves me some what confused as Ms. Israel's initial response claimed the documents do not exist but you " … are affirming on modified grounds. Ms. Isreal informed you .. the Postal Service does not have the records you requested … This is not accurate."

Ms. Eyre fails to mention the part of USPS 100.700 "1. The Employee Medical Folder is retained by USPS until the employee is separated from USPS. On an annual basis, records of all employees separated during the prior year are transferred to the National Personnel Records Center and retained for 30 years." request assistance So while I asked in previous emails if the USPS follows this regulation or not because of conflicting response from NARA (see - https://www.muckrock.com/foi/united-states-of-america-10/usps-gaslighting-employees-into-psychosis-31592/). So again I ask to the USPS, NARA, OGIS … are the records transferred to the NARA per the USPS regulation or after 30 years?

I maintain the USPS should be able to locate the requested documents without having to do such an extensive search with the assistance of USPS managers such as Lisa Lynch.

I also note nothing in the FOIA prevents any agency from telling the truth. That the USPS is covering up the truth about the numerous games the USPS and psychiatrist play on people to drive people into psychosis.

If the USPS transfers the records to the NARA I question what format they are transferred if they are transferred in digital format (even as scanned documents) OCR search programs can search and locate document very quickly.

I am providing copy of this to the Jordan Postmaster to send up the chain of command to the PMG as I believe the PMG should respond to these issues. I know the USPS does not have a formal chain of command procedure as the military is required to have. I know the USMC maintains documentation of all chain of command request - I believe the USPS should have a record of all document I provide the Jordan Post master to send up the chain of command. MuckRock and my emails are a good record. I am also posting copy to MuckRock.

In addition Although the USPS appeal denial states across the top "Certified Mail" it was posted on the MuckRock site and so far I have not received it from the USPS vie email or certified mail. Although on Muck Rock it seems to indicate it was posted by the USPS on 05/02/2017 I did not receive email from MuckRock that USPS responded until today (05/12/2017). This I note because previously MuckRock has sent out notifications on day or next day after responses.

Odd also is several mentions in USPS response mentioning emails when the USPS initial response by Ms. Isreal and the appeal response was posted on MuckRock thus the MuckRock cites should be the official record and not the emails. Either way reasonable examination of both the MuckRock site and emails will show my appeal as timely.

The USPS response to my appeal clearly indicates Ms. Isreal's response to my FOIA request was "not accurate". and brings up new issues " … on modified grounds" that I was not able to have administratively addressed as from my previous emails I have requested the OGIS assistance in resolving these issues.

The USPS letter states " … each district would need to conduct a manual search" The USPS could of contacted me to clarify my request but chose not to. My request were for records in one district not every district - while some may have worked in the district that encompasses those that would have been sent to "440 East Genesee Street in Syracuse New York" and transferred to other Districts I would for go searching other districts as ample evidence should be in the one district that encompasses Syracuse NY (I believe the Albany district). Or the records would be as USPS 100.70 state I" transferred to the National Personnel Records Center." Not surer if the center is the NARA or the USPS as previous run around responses from the USPS indicated the NARA may have the records and that I would have to make a separate FOIA request to a doctor that turns out to be a USPS employee even though Mr. Huba (AKA Zorro) indicated he was not a USPS employee. By FOIA law the USPS should of forwarded the request to the USPS Doctor but did not..

I'm not asking the USPS search every record in every district and the USPS made no attempt to clarify such points with me even though I've made numerous attempts to resolve any issues. FOIA law requires the agency to come up with an efficient method to search for and retrieve records - I have suggested numerous times the USPS use resources it has such as Lisa Lynch to search for and retrieve the records. Some one from I believe the USPS or OGIS said something to the effect that "the ultimate goal of FOIA is the truth"!

Please forward this to Mr. Colby as I will want him on the stand and under oath if this goes to court along with the PMG. Again a copy of this will be found on MuckRock and hand delivered to Jordan Post master to go up chain of command. I think time for PMG to show up at news conference at to "440 East Genesee Street in Syracuse New York" is well past due!

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From: Don M. Moore

Below is copy and pasted version of downloaded file footnotes did not copy and past please see down load for footnotes. 69 S. Hamilton St.
Jordan NY 13080
May 18, 2017
donmoore9197@twc.net
(315) 689-9197

TO: OIGS & USPS via MuckRock with copies sent via email

In the interest of resolving my FOIA request and appeals with the USPS and NARA with assistance from the USPS FOIA liaison Ms. Crump and the OGIS I submit this correspondence:

After further review of Natalie Bonananno's May 2, 2017 denial of my FOIA appeals and the only case law cited in her letter - Nation Magazine v. U.S. Customs Service, 71 F.3d 885 (D.C. Cir. 1995) I provide interested parties additional insight. While the USPS and NARA have been able to post responses directly to MuckRock Ms. Bonananno's response was sent certified mail (snail mail)1. Recently OGIS has posted acknowledgments to all three of the MuckRock FOIA request while visibly absent any acknowledgement from the USPS. Perhaps the USPS has sent their acknowledgments via USPS mail (snail mail).

From Ms. Bonananno's letter:
1. “In an email dated April 12, 2017, you appealed Ms. Isreal's denial of your requested records.”
2. “... within “90 calendar days after the date of the response.”
3. “This is not accurate.”
4. “...modified grounds.”
5. To search for the records you requested, each district would need to conduct a manual search of thousands of hard copy medical files.
6. For these reasons, we decline to process your request because it would require an unduly burdensome search for records”

1. As noted previously and can be easily confirmed by MuckRock web site and emails from me that I sent to 'Crump, Linda K - St Louis, MO' foiaappeal@usps.gov; Lynch, Lisa A - Albany, NY; Corbly, Mark T - Windsormark.t.corbly1@usps.gov , CT; Isreal, Pamela; Robinson, Theresa; walter.w.huba@usps.gov on Thu 12/29/2016 11:42 AM as just one of many examples along with Ms. Crumps 01/05/2017 email to me2 along with hand delivering to the Jordan Postmaster 13080

2. I certainly complied with the required timeliness for a FOIA appeal from time of USPS response by Ms. Isreal (see above along with MuckRock sites and emails) I would suggest if this goes to court the court subpoenas USPS emails sent from me to the USPS specifically to Mr. Corbly who has apparently illegally blocked my emails to him treating his government email account (mark.t.corbly1@usps.gov) as if it was his private email account. Also note an additional part of § 265.8 Administrative appeals. Not cited by Ms. Bonanno for apparently obvious reasons - “The General Counsel may, in his or her discretion, consider late appeals.”

3. “This is not accurate.” Ms. Bonanno referring to content of Ms. Isreal's FOIA response – enough said!

4. “...modified grounds.” Ms. Bonananno's claim that the USPS is sticking with Ms. Isreal's FOIA response on modified grounds. Modified seems to mean different things to different people from https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/modification
“a : the making of a limited change in something” to go from the records don't exist to the records exist but we will not provide because it is a burdensome request is a complete new reason. Similar in Ms. Isreal's FOIA response she footnoted that the “"... the appeal Mr. Moore filed regarding one of the aforementioned response was affirmed …" the general counsel did not affirm any reasons in original denial instead they came up with a totally new reason “the Glomar response” because I specifically named others that I have reason to believe the USPS intentionally gave wrong address to for fit for duty exams. The USPS has not been happy with my modification of FOIA request in order to overcome their modified reasons for denying my request as is evident by Ms. Isreal's footnote in her inaccurate December 21, 2016 response that I timely submitted appeal to!

5.I did not request the USPS search each district. The USPS as the responding agency is to develop a reasonable method to search and find records – From case cited by Ms. Bonanno Nation Magazine v. U.S. Customs Service, 71 F.3d 885 (D.C. Cir. 1995) -

we find that Customs has not demonstrated beyond material doubt that its search was reasonably calculated to reveal responsive documents.

To win summary judgment on the adequacy of a search, the agency must demonstrate beyond material doubt that its search was " 'reasonably calculated to uncover all relevant documents.' " Truitt, 897 F.2d at 542 (quoting Weisberg v. United States Dep't of Justice, 705 F.2d 1344, 1351 (D.C.Cir.1983) (Weisberg II )). The agency must make "a good faith effort to conduct a search for the requested records, using methods which can be reasonably expected to produce the information requested," Oglesby v. United States Dep't of Army, 920 F.2d 57, 68 (D.C.Cir.1990) (citing Weisberg III, 745 F.2d at 1485; Weisberg II, 705 F.2d at 1351), and it "cannot limit its search to only one record system if there are others that are likely to turn up the information requested.

The affidavits must be "reasonably detailed ..., setting forth the search terms and the type of search performed, and averring that all files likely to contain responsive materials (if such records exist) were searched."

Customs asserted in its affidavits that it "made a comprehensive search through all of its records systems where [records] responsive to the Plaintiffs request could conceivable [sic] be maintained and failed to locate any [responsive] records ...

"which logically would maintain records responsive to the Plaintiff's request."

Note words used by the court “Reasonably”, “likely”, “logically” … This reminds me of Philosophy 101 first day of class the professor starts teaching stating “A reasonable argument is one accepted by a reasonable man”, “A reasonable man is a man that accepts a reasonable argument.”, “Philosophy does not accept circular definitions … (going on to further explain)”. At that point my hand shot up and I asked him to repeat, first definition, second definition, the rule , and again the first definition. Mean while friend Tom offers his notes to me but sees I have the notes, then Val offers her notes, Tom tells Val “He has them he is on to something.”, Most of the class is visibly irritated judging me as “slow”, - finally the professor pauses to think staring at the ceiling and then saying I see your point I was just thinking I've taught this course for 26 years two classes a semester, two semesters a year with summer and mid winter classes giving this same introductory lecture and you are the first person to point out this problem. Point most do not use critical thinking instead just regurgitate.

Usually when citing case law one looks for a decision ruled in ones favor, with similar circumstances to case being argued … but Ms. Bonanno picked a case that was lost by the agency making it a better case to be cited by me than the USPS. The USPS made no attempt to search any records while the agency in the cited case did conduct a search (two districts). In this case Ms. Bonanno cherry picked a case that agency lost missing out on the overall big picture of the case and FOIA. Additional parts of Ms. Bonananno's case -

We reverse the court's grant of summary judgment on both the adequacy of Customs' search and the applicability of Exemption 7(C).

if the requester credibly demonstrates that the records sought may shed light on agency conduct in which the requester is interested. Instead, on remand the district court must perform an ad hoc balancing of the privacy and public interests implicated by disclosure of any responsive material.

"refus[al] to process plaintiffs' FOIA request"3 and make requested records available was unlawful.

Additionally, the agency examined indexes in its Houston and Miami regional offices.

to justify its "Glomar response"

a Glomar response is inappropriate, we reverse the district court's grant of summary judgment on this issue and direct the court on remand to perform the ad hoc balancing of private and public interests generally required under Exemption 7(C).

FOIA extends only to those records which reveal something about agency action, the mere fact that records pertain to an individual's activities does not necessarily qualify them for exemption. Such records may still be cloaked with the public interest if the information would shed light on agency action.

appellants have identified a public interest cognizable under FOIA

In SafeCard, the court relied on those cases to formulate a categorical rule denying disclosure of such information unless the requester can show that the records would confirm or refute allegations of illegal agency activity.

On remand, we instruct the district court to engage in an ad hoc balancing of the interests implicated by disclosure, in a manner which takes into account our characterization of appellants' request as relating to agency conduct, as well as Perot's activities as a private citizen.

To think a person being ordered to see a psychiatrist would be able to cope with transferring to another district is a reach. I suspect few if anyone ordered by the USPS to go for a fit for duty exam at 440 East Genesee St. Syracuse NY transferred to another district is highly unlikely to the point that USPS managers familiar with the requested documents such as Maryrose Behan and Lisa Lynch3 would be able to name the person or persons that transferred to another postal district after being sent to wrong address for a fit for duty exam. The most likely and reasonable place to look for such letters as I requested would be in the district Syracuse is in which I believe is the Albany district. While case cited the agency only searched 2 regional offices with the court apparently finding no fault with that part of the agencies decision. Thus the USPS should not be required to search all 31 USPS districts4 saving considerable search time.

FOIA require agencies to come up with efficient methods to search records. With computers, scanners and software today the ability to scan and search hard copies can be cost effectively done by computer instead of manually5. It seems a bit ironic that the USPS is one of the biggest users of OCR and yet the USPS does not want to use the technology to comply with FOIA request!

6. Many FOIA request may seem burdensome to an agency especially when the agency wants to cover up agency wrong doing. Just because a search may be burdensome does not mean the agency should not search for and release documents6. In addition in previous FOIA request I provided the USPS with several names and contact information of former USPS employees the I have good reason to believe the USPS intentionally sent to wrong address for fit for duty exam. If this goes to court others sent to wrong address could be subpoena to testify if the USPS sent them to wrong address for a fit for duty exam.

If the USPS only searches the Albany district and uses modern technology the search would nearly as burdensome as Ms. Bonanno represents. The USPS can release the documents in batches or as the NSA did the USPS can make an audit report only detailing the wrong address, number of people sent to the wrong address by date, USPS manager that signed letter and Dr. that the person was sent to see (as all are non exempt information contained in the numerous letters). Such an report while not required by FOIA could be a more efficient manner to provide the truth to the public as each document would not need to be redacted. The USPS never attempted to clarify the scope of my FOIA request concerning how many districts to search7

In addition concerning my FOIA act request and appeal submitted to the NARA I offer the following concerning cooperation between agencies when an agency such as the NARA is in possession of documents created by another agency such as the USPS – from
https://www.justice.gov/oip/foia-guide-2004-edition-procedural-requirments

Referrals and Consultations

When an agency locates records responsive to a FOIA request, it should determine whether any of those records, or information contained in those records, originated with another agency or agency component. (179) As a matter of sound administrative practice, an agency should consult with any other agency or other agency component whose information appears in the responsive records, especially if that other agency or component is better able to determine whether the information is exempt from disclosure. (180) An agency may also consult with any other agency that holds an equity in, or special expertise or knowledge concerning, a particular type of information. (181) If the response to the consultation is delayed, the agency or component in receipt of the FOIA request should notify the requester that a supplemental response will follow when the consultation is completed. (182)

If an agency or component locates entire records originating with another agency or component, it should refer those records to their originator for its direct response to the requester. (183) The referring agency or component ordinarily should advise the requester of the referral and of the name of the agency FOIA office to which it was made. (184) Some agencies have streamlined their practices of continually referring certain routine records or classes of records to other agencies or components by establishing standard processing protocols and agreements between them. (185)

All agencies should remember, however, that even after they make such record referrals in response to FOIA requests, they retain the responsibility of defending any agency action taken on those records if the matter proceeds to litigation. (186) Additionally, agencies receiving referrals should handle them on a "first-in, first-out" basis among their other FOIA requests -- but they should be sure to do so according to the date of the request's initial receipt at the referring agency, lest FOIA requesters be placed at an unfair timing disadvantage through agency referral practices. (187)

I'm not sure how long the USPS has been sending people to wrong address for fit for duty exams. If the USPS has been playing these games for over 30 years than the NARA should have responsive documents to my request so they should be corresponding with the USPS for information such as what wrong addresses did the USPS send employees to in order to make the search easier. Clearly USPS 100.700 is “not accurate” with “... records of all employees separated during the prior year are transferred to the National Personnel Records Center and retained for 30 years.” while it should say something like “... records of all employees separated from the USPS are retained by the USPS for 30 years and then transferred to the National Personnel Records Center”

I realize the OIGS has no enforcement ability but agencies are required to offer the mediation services of the OGIS. As the FOIA of 2016 allows any party to a dispute to request assistance from the FOIA liaison and OGIS I request this assistance and request the OGIS to issue any advisory opinion at my request8! I post this on MuckRock as public evidence of the lack of any real dispute resolution of the FOIA liaison or OGIS showing that I have done everything to be as reasonable as possible!

While my request concerning the USPS providing wrong addresses for fit for duty exams may require the searching of numerous records and release of numerous documents to the public via MuckRock the burdensomeness of such a search and release is not sufficient for a denial of my request9 as example I offer the numerous NSA FOIA request and the Clinton email FOIA request that agencies have been ordered by courts to release responsive documents in large batches on time intervals (such as monthly10). With the NSA essentially having numerous offices and apparently files on most every one if not everyone that has a phone or internet presence – seems to have many more documents to search than the USPS! There was little interest in the NSA until after the NSA director lied under oath to congress and Snowden provided documentation to expose the wrongs of the NSA11. Similar not one of my class mates was interested in Philosophy professor violating circular definition rule until I was able to successfully point it out to the professor. Only ones interested in the USPS and psychiatric games are those that have had the games played on them as such people the USPS and psychiatrist just dismiss them as “mentally ill”.

In conclusion I'm providing the Jordan Postmaster hard copy of this and request he and every other public servant receiving this document in any form make attempts to forward this up the chain of command specifically to the PMG and Mr. Corbly (who has illegally infringed on my right to petition him for redress by blocking me from his government email address mark.t.corbly1@usps.gov). Mr. Corbly and the PMG have proven to be complete failures at responding to my petitions thus far. My request are about major fraud given that psychiatry represents people that are induced into psychosis are “mentally ill” when numerous things can induce a person into a psychosis. As evidence one can review Dr. Freud's letters along with numerous other documents, Dr. Bean-Bayog fully acknowledge games she played when she was caught. While Freud wanted evidence of his knowledge of the fraud destroyed. The documents I request from the USPS with the wrong address are proof of the intentional games played by the USPS and psychiatrist. Institutions survive for years; decades, centuries while people seldom live a century. Because I know my time is limited I will provide the USPS , OGIS, NARA one month (June 19, 2017) unless some positive movement in releasing requested document or telling the truth to the public can be made I will proceed with legal action in the local Federal Court! I request the USPS and NARA release records in electronic format to MuckRock that can be posted on MuckRock web sites12. Please note most of the document cited in this letter of from government websites. I present additional material in this last footnote13
Sincerely;

Don M. Moore

From: Don M. Moore

I copied and pasted this footnotes lossed in transition and document would not attach I am also emailing copy with attached document with hard copy to the Jordan Postmaster! Don M. Moore
69 S. Hamilton St.
Jordan NY 13080
May 18, 2017
donmoore9197@twc.net
(315) 689-9197

TO: OIGS & USPS via MuckRock with copies sent via email

In the interest of resolving my FOIA request and appeals with the USPS and NARA with assistance from the USPS FOIA liaison Ms. Crump and the OGIS I submit this correspondence:

After further review of Natalie Bonananno's May 2, 2017 denial of my FOIA appeals and the only case law cited in her letter - Nation Magazine v. U.S. Customs Service, 71 F.3d 885 (D.C. Cir. 1995) I provide interested parties additional insight. While the USPS and NARA have been able to post responses directly to MuckRock Ms. Bonananno's response was sent certified mail (snail mail)1. Recently OGIS has posted acknowledgments to all three of the MuckRock FOIA request while visibly absent any acknowledgement from the USPS. Perhaps the USPS has sent their acknowledgments via USPS mail (snail mail).

From Ms. Bonananno's letter:
1. “In an email dated April 12, 2017, you appealed Ms. Isreal's denial of your requested records.”
2. “... within “90 calendar days after the date of the response.”
3. “This is not accurate.”
4. “...modified grounds.”
5. To search for the records you requested, each district would need to conduct a manual search of thousands of hard copy medical files.
6. For these reasons, we decline to process your request because it would require an unduly burdensome search for records”

1. As noted previously and can be easily confirmed by MuckRock web site and emails from me that I sent to 'Crump, Linda K - St Louis, MO' foiaappeal@usps.gov; Lynch, Lisa A - Albany, NY; Corbly, Mark T - Windsormark.t.corbly1@usps.gov , CT; Isreal, Pamela; Robinson, Theresa; walter.w.huba@usps.gov on Thu 12/29/2016 11:42 AM as just one of many examples along with Ms. Crumps 01/05/2017 email to me2 along with hand delivering to the Jordan Postmaster 13080

2. I certainly complied with the required timeliness for a FOIA appeal from time of USPS response by Ms. Isreal (see above along with MuckRock sites and emails) I would suggest if this goes to court the court subpoenas USPS emails sent from me to the USPS specifically to Mr. Corbly who has apparently illegally blocked my emails to him treating his government email account (mark.t.corbly1@usps.gov) as if it was his private email account. Also note an additional part of § 265.8 Administrative appeals. Not cited by Ms. Bonanno for apparently obvious reasons - “The General Counsel may, in his or her discretion, consider late appeals.”

3. “This is not accurate.” Ms. Bonanno referring to content of Ms. Isreal's FOIA response – enough said!

4. “...modified grounds.” Ms. Bonananno's claim that the USPS is sticking with Ms. Isreal's FOIA response on modified grounds. Modified seems to mean different things to different people from https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/modification
“a : the making of a limited change in something” to go from the records don't exist to the records exist but we will not provide because it is a burdensome request is a complete new reason. Similar in Ms. Isreal's FOIA response she footnoted that the “"... the appeal Mr. Moore filed regarding one of the aforementioned response was affirmed …" the general counsel did not affirm any reasons in original denial instead they came up with a totally new reason “the Glomar response” because I specifically named others that I have reason to believe the USPS intentionally gave wrong address to for fit for duty exams. The USPS has not been happy with my modification of FOIA request in order to overcome their modified reasons for denying my request as is evident by Ms. Isreal's footnote in her inaccurate December 21, 2016 response that I timely submitted appeal to!

5.I did not request the USPS search each district. The USPS as the responding agency is to develop a reasonable method to search and find records – From case cited by Ms. Bonanno Nation Magazine v. U.S. Customs Service, 71 F.3d 885 (D.C. Cir. 1995) -

we find that Customs has not demonstrated beyond material doubt that its search was reasonably calculated to reveal responsive documents.

To win summary judgment on the adequacy of a search, the agency must demonstrate beyond material doubt that its search was " 'reasonably calculated to uncover all relevant documents.' " Truitt, 897 F.2d at 542 (quoting Weisberg v. United States Dep't of Justice, 705 F.2d 1344, 1351 (D.C.Cir.1983) (Weisberg II )). The agency must make "a good faith effort to conduct a search for the requested records, using methods which can be reasonably expected to produce the information requested," Oglesby v. United States Dep't of Army, 920 F.2d 57, 68 (D.C.Cir.1990) (citing Weisberg III, 745 F.2d at 1485; Weisberg II, 705 F.2d at 1351), and it "cannot limit its search to only one record system if there are others that are likely to turn up the information requested.

The affidavits must be "reasonably detailed ..., setting forth the search terms and the type of search performed, and averring that all files likely to contain responsive materials (if such records exist) were searched."

Customs asserted in its affidavits that it "made a comprehensive search through all of its records systems where [records] responsive to the Plaintiffs request could conceivable [sic] be maintained and failed to locate any [responsive] records ...

"which logically would maintain records responsive to the Plaintiff's request."

Note words used by the court “Reasonably”, “likely”, “logically” … This reminds me of Philosophy 101 first day of class the professor starts teaching stating “A reasonable argument is one accepted by a reasonable man”, “A reasonable man is a man that accepts a reasonable argument.”, “Philosophy does not accept circular definitions … (going on to further explain)”. At that point my hand shot up and I asked him to repeat, first definition, second definition, the rule , and again the first definition. Mean while friend Tom offers his notes to me but sees I have the notes, then Val offers her notes, Tom tells Val “He has them he is on to something.”, Most of the class is visibly irritated judging me as “slow”, - finally the professor pauses to think staring at the ceiling and then saying I see your point I was just thinking I've taught this course for 26 years two classes a semester, two semesters a year with summer and mid winter classes giving this same introductory lecture and you are the first person to point out this problem. Point most do not use critical thinking instead just regurgitate.

Usually when citing case law one looks for a decision ruled in ones favor, with similar circumstances to case being argued … but Ms. Bonanno picked a case that was lost by the agency making it a better case to be cited by me than the USPS. The USPS made no attempt to search any records while the agency in the cited case did conduct a search (two districts). In this case Ms. Bonanno cherry picked a case that agency lost missing out on the overall big picture of the case and FOIA. Additional parts of Ms. Bonananno's case -

We reverse the court's grant of summary judgment on both the adequacy of Customs' search and the applicability of Exemption 7(C).

if the requester credibly demonstrates that the records sought may shed light on agency conduct in which the requester is interested. Instead, on remand the district court must perform an ad hoc balancing of the privacy and public interests implicated by disclosure of any responsive material.

"refus[al] to process plaintiffs' FOIA request"3 and make requested records available was unlawful.

Additionally, the agency examined indexes in its Houston and Miami regional offices.

to justify its "Glomar response"

a Glomar response is inappropriate, we reverse the district court's grant of summary judgment on this issue and direct the court on remand to perform the ad hoc balancing of private and public interests generally required under Exemption 7(C).

FOIA extends only to those records which reveal something about agency action, the mere fact that records pertain to an individual's activities does not necessarily qualify them for exemption. Such records may still be cloaked with the public interest if the information would shed light on agency action.

appellants have identified a public interest cognizable under FOIA

In SafeCard, the court relied on those cases to formulate a categorical rule denying disclosure of such information unless the requester can show that the records would confirm or refute allegations of illegal agency activity.

On remand, we instruct the district court to engage in an ad hoc balancing of the interests implicated by disclosure, in a manner which takes into account our characterization of appellants' request as relating to agency conduct, as well as Perot's activities as a private citizen.

To think a person being ordered to see a psychiatrist would be able to cope with transferring to another district is a reach. I suspect few if anyone ordered by the USPS to go for a fit for duty exam at 440 East Genesee St. Syracuse NY transferred to another district is highly unlikely to the point that USPS managers familiar with the requested documents such as Maryrose Behan and Lisa Lynch3 would be able to name the person or persons that transferred to another postal district after being sent to wrong address for a fit for duty exam. The most likely and reasonable place to look for such letters as I requested would be in the district Syracuse is in which I believe is the Albany district. While case cited the agency only searched 2 regional offices with the court apparently finding no fault with that part of the agencies decision. Thus the USPS should not be required to search all 31 USPS districts4 saving considerable search time.

FOIA require agencies to come up with efficient methods to search records. With computers, scanners and software today the ability to scan and search hard copies can be cost effectively done by computer instead of manually5. It seems a bit ironic that the USPS is one of the biggest users of OCR and yet the USPS does not want to use the technology to comply with FOIA request!

6. Many FOIA request may seem burdensome to an agency especially when the agency wants to cover up agency wrong doing. Just because a search may be burdensome does not mean the agency should not search for and release documents6. In addition in previous FOIA request I provided the USPS with several names and contact information of former USPS employees the I have good reason to believe the USPS intentionally sent to wrong address for fit for duty exam. If this goes to court others sent to wrong address could be subpoena to testify if the USPS sent them to wrong address for a fit for duty exam.

If the USPS only searches the Albany district and uses modern technology the search would nearly as burdensome as Ms. Bonanno represents. The USPS can release the documents in batches or as the NSA did the USPS can make an audit report only detailing the wrong address, number of people sent to the wrong address by date, USPS manager that signed letter and Dr. that the person was sent to see (as all are non exempt information contained in the numerous letters). Such an report while not required by FOIA could be a more efficient manner to provide the truth to the public as each document would not need to be redacted. The USPS never attempted to clarify the scope of my FOIA request concerning how many districts to search7

In addition concerning my FOIA act request and appeal submitted to the NARA I offer the following concerning cooperation between agencies when an agency such as the NARA is in possession of documents created by another agency such as the USPS – from
https://www.justice.gov/oip/foia-guide-2004-edition-procedural-requirments

Referrals and Consultations

When an agency locates records responsive to a FOIA request, it should determine whether any of those records, or information contained in those records, originated with another agency or agency component. (179) As a matter of sound administrative practice, an agency should consult with any other agency or other agency component whose information appears in the responsive records, especially if that other agency or component is better able to determine whether the information is exempt from disclosure. (180) An agency may also consult with any other agency that holds an equity in, or special expertise or knowledge concerning, a particular type of information. (181) If the response to the consultation is delayed, the agency or component in receipt of the FOIA request should notify the requester that a supplemental response will follow when the consultation is completed. (182)

If an agency or component locates entire records originating with another agency or component, it should refer those records to their originator for its direct response to the requester. (183) The referring agency or component ordinarily should advise the requester of the referral and of the name of the agency FOIA office to which it was made. (184) Some agencies have streamlined their practices of continually referring certain routine records or classes of records to other agencies or components by establishing standard processing protocols and agreements between them. (185)

All agencies should remember, however, that even after they make such record referrals in response to FOIA requests, they retain the responsibility of defending any agency action taken on those records if the matter proceeds to litigation. (186) Additionally, agencies receiving referrals should handle them on a "first-in, first-out" basis among their other FOIA requests -- but they should be sure to do so according to the date of the request's initial receipt at the referring agency, lest FOIA requesters be placed at an unfair timing disadvantage through agency referral practices. (187)

I'm not sure how long the USPS has been sending people to wrong address for fit for duty exams. If the USPS has been playing these games for over 30 years than the NARA should have responsive documents to my request so they should be corresponding with the USPS for information such as what wrong addresses did the USPS send employees to in order to make the search easier. Clearly USPS 100.700 is “not accurate” with “... records of all employees separated during the prior year are transferred to the National Personnel Records Center and retained for 30 years.” while it should say something like “... records of all employees separated from the USPS are retained by the USPS for 30 years and then transferred to the National Personnel Records Center”

I realize the OIGS has no enforcement ability but agencies are required to offer the mediation services of the OGIS. As the FOIA of 2016 allows any party to a dispute to request assistance from the FOIA liaison and OGIS I request this assistance and request the OGIS to issue any advisory opinion at my request8! I post this on MuckRock as public evidence of the lack of any real dispute resolution of the FOIA liaison or OGIS showing that I have done everything to be as reasonable as possible!

While my request concerning the USPS providing wrong addresses for fit for duty exams may require the searching of numerous records and release of numerous documents to the public via MuckRock the burdensomeness of such a search and release is not sufficient for a denial of my request9 as example I offer the numerous NSA FOIA request and the Clinton email FOIA request that agencies have been ordered by courts to release responsive documents in large batches on time intervals (such as monthly10). With the NSA essentially having numerous offices and apparently files on most every one if not everyone that has a phone or internet presence – seems to have many more documents to search than the USPS! There was little interest in the NSA until after the NSA director lied under oath to congress and Snowden provided documentation to expose the wrongs of the NSA11. Similar not one of my class mates was interested in Philosophy professor violating circular definition rule until I was able to successfully point it out to the professor. Only ones interested in the USPS and psychiatric games are those that have had the games played on them as such people the USPS and psychiatrist just dismiss them as “mentally ill”.

In conclusion I'm providing the Jordan Postmaster hard copy of this and request he and every other public servant receiving this document in any form make attempts to forward this up the chain of command specifically to the PMG and Mr. Corbly (who has illegally infringed on my right to petition him for redress by blocking me from his government email address mark.t.corbly1@usps.gov). Mr. Corbly and the PMG have proven to be complete failures at responding to my petitions thus far. My request are about major fraud given that psychiatry represents people that are induced into psychosis are “mentally ill” when numerous things can induce a person into a psychosis. As evidence one can review Dr. Freud's letters along with numerous other documents, Dr. Bean-Bayog fully acknowledge games she played when she was caught. While Freud wanted evidence of his knowledge of the fraud destroyed. The documents I request from the USPS with the wrong address are proof of the intentional games played by the USPS and psychiatrist. Institutions survive for years; decades, centuries while people seldom live a century. Because I know my time is limited I will provide the USPS , OGIS, NARA one month (June 19, 2017) unless some positive movement in releasing requested document or telling the truth to the public can be made I will proceed with legal action in the local Federal Court! I request the USPS and NARA release records in electronic format to MuckRock that can be posted on MuckRock web sites12. Please note most of the document cited in this letter of from government websites. I present additional material in this last footnote13
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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