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Posted: 15 January 2015
Updated: 16 December 2017

Electronic Frontier Foundation declined to help

From: [email protected]
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2014 5:04 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: FBI’s “Suicide Letter” to Dr. King

Hi Hunter,

Thanks for writing to us. Unfortunately given the limited bandwidth of our attorneys, we are unable to get involved.

Thanks,
Amul Kalia

Electronic Frontier Foundation
(415) 436-9333
[email protected]
Become a Member! https://supporters.eff.org/donate

On Wed, 03 Dec 2014, [email protected] wrote:
> EFF,
>
> I will be publishing information that exposes the illegal use of a 
> subpoena by the Illinois Supreme Court (through the ARDC). The illegal 
> subpoena was a massive invasion of my privacy that seems to have 
> affected about 900 other people on OkCupid.com.
>
> If I have help from the EFF, it is more likely I will be able to 
> expose the wrongful acts of the government while minimizing more 
> privacy intrusions to the other 900 people. Some examples of 
> information that the government illegal obtained and stills retains:
>
> -----------------------
> [username1]: I guess I could be honest and say that my last 
> relationship was with someone calling herself a transexual ...
> [username1]: Justine was a male to female transexual, had her junk 
> still intact, so I count that as losing my virginity, lol
> -----------------------
>
> The usernames are in the document that the government has. I changed 
> them in this email.
>
> -----------------------
>
> "Oh god, this is embarrassing.

I guess I'll start out by > saying I'm sorry. -I'm- gung-ho excited about modeling for you, but > when I told my dad I was thinking about it, he got really mad, and > then when I told my boyfriend I was seriously considering doing it, he > wouldn't talk to me---all stiff-lipped and glaring whenever he got the > chance; you know the way it goes, I'm sure. He only started talking to > me when I said I'd back out, no matter how childish he was acting, no > matter how shameful it would be for me. . . . You're a great > photographer, for an amateur especially, so I'm sure you will." > > In addition to telling me about her personal relationships with her > dad and boyfriend, the illegally obtained information includes many > personal details such as her email address, school, and other things > that make it trivial to figure out who she is, even though that > conversation was nearly five years ago. > > ----------------------- > > I exchanged many emails with someone who was making her money doing > porn acting. She was making videos that were a subgenre of porn that > focuses on degrading women. She shared many of her thoughts and > feelings with me, and her home address and phone number. The > government now has this information. > > ----------------------- > > [username2]: Well, I know is that I better have sex soon > [username2]: because I won't be able to have it for two weeks after > this stupid surgery [username2]: because they are cutting something > out of that area. [username2]: And I haven't had sex in awhile, I > would say in about 1 or 2 months at least. [me]: I think I know exactly what is happening then. > It sounds like a cone biopsy [me]: But, you said you don't want to > talk about it, so we don't have to [username2]: They are cutting an in > growth in my vagina [username2]: That's all. > [username2]: It will be fine. > [username2]: But I was saying is that I think that I might need sex > before my surgery. [me]: If you would like to meet and see if we have > chemistry, then that would be great. I just wanted to tell you that I > have a weird dating pattern [username2]: Because I am at that age when > a woman want to have sex all the time. [username2]: That's fine. > [username2]: Well, we would have to see first. [me]: :) That's a good age. > [username2]: No, it is not, because I never use to be like that. > [username2]: I was able to control it. > [me]: Of course, we should meet and get to know each other a little > before we decide what we want [username2]: For example, last week, I > was extremely stressed out from work, and guess what I would do when I > got home? [me]: Why control it? Animals are designed to two things, > eat food and have sex [username2]: I agree with you on that. > [username2]: I don't know, but I was just able to control it. [me]: > And just like we should eat responsibly, we should have sex responsibly [me]: I don't have any plans. > I could meet tonight or tomorrow, whenever. [username2]: So all last > week, I would go home lie on my bed and just masturbate for a > continous > [username2]: hour. [me]: That is an advantage women have over men. > [username2]: Well, let's make it tomorrow night. > [username2]: It is not really advantage, I poking myself, how is that > an advantage. [username2]: I only made myself squirt once. > [username2]: That was last week. > [me]: Oh, I assumed you had multiple orgasms during that time > [username2]: No, not really, I can't really tell, I just know that if > I squirt I must be feeling good. [me]: fascinating > [username2]: And I have only squirted three times in my life. > [username2]: Have you ever been with someone that squirts? > ... > [username2]: 847-XXX-XXXX. > > She shared a lot more information with me about her sexual activities > and desires. I sincerely doubt she intended to share the information > with the Illinois government. > > ----------------------- > > The file that the government illegally obtained is a 1.93 MB flat text > file. My guess is that you are tech-savvy enough to understand how > massive that is. As a former prosecutor who issued many subpoenas > under Illinois law, including for electronic information, my > professional opinion is that 100% of the contents of the file was > illegally obtained. It is a near certainty that I will publicize this > file to clearly illustrate the illegal actions of the government. I > very much want your help because I want the focus of the discussion to > be on the illegal actions of the government, the bad acts of the > corporation, the legal system, and related issues; and I especially do > not want any of the 900 people in the file to be the focus of media scrutiny or private harassment. > > EFF has experience with these issues, while I have only a little > experience because of my time as a prosecutor. Please help to expose > these bad actions while protecting the privacy of the 900 innocent > people in this file. > > ???? (peace), ?? (harmony), amor (love), and happiness, Hunter > > -----Original Message----- > From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] > Sent: Friday, November 14, 2014 4:47 PM > To: [email protected] > Subject: Re: FBI's "Suicide Letter" to Dr. King > > Hi Hunter, > > thanks for getting back to me with the details. I will pass it along > to our staff for their consideration, and if there is something for > us, we will be in touch. We generally are hesitant from 'publicizing' > events unless we can make an impact. > > Thanks, > Amul > > Electronic Frontier Foundation > (415) 436-9333 > [email protected] > Become a Member! https://supporters.eff.org/donate > > On Thu, 13 Nov 2014, [email protected] wrote: > > No problem. I guess I can send it without encryption and just a > > signature. ---------------- > > > > Dear EFF, > > > > In the blog post by Nadia Kayyali, "FBI's 'Suicide Letter' to Dr. > > Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Dangers of Unchecked Surveillance", > > she wrote, "Imagine Facebook chats, porn viewing history, emails, > > and more made public to discredit a leader who threatens the status quo . > > . . . These are not far-fetched ideas." > > > > While it is not possible to compare me to Dr. King, as the only > > assistant state's attorney in my county, I was a high-profile leader > > in my small community. During the ethical investigation and > > litigation that resulted in my disbarment, the Illinois government > > used illegally broad and sometimes used illegally secret subpoenas > > to collect private information about me. One subpoena demanded that > > the website OkCupid.com turn over all records it had about me. The > > government was allegedly searching for one message to one person in > > a known, and narrow, time range, but asked for, and received, years > > of messages--to and from all people--, browsing history, and other > > information about my usage of OkCupid.com. > > > > If the subpoena had been properly written, no data would have been > > returned because the government had inaccurate information and the > > message they were looking for did not exist. The government > > intentionally intimidated me during the three-and-one-half year > > investigation and litigation, however, and because the subpoena was > > as broad as possible?all information about me?OkCupid.com returned a > > flat text file that was two megabytes of information about me. As > > you likely now, if printed, a file that size would be approximately > > 500 pages. None of it was relevant to the litigation, but it > > included extremely personal information about me and about other > > people, including their phone numbers, addresses, and sexual activities. > > > > I am telling you about this because it is not necessary to "imagine" > > or speculate that the government might abuse its power to collect > > information: in my case alone, the government routinely violated the > > law and invaded my privacy. Another example: the government > > subpoenaed all of my law school records, including financial > > information, my answers to exam questions, and papers I had written, > > even though nothing about my schooling was related to the case. > > > > I strongly support the EFF, and I believe that your messages are > > always more visceral when you use actual examples of abuses of power. > > My case is exceptionally complex and I am not a sympathetic > > "defendant" (respondent is the accurate term), so I can understand > > why publicizing my case may not be useful to the EFF. An important > > reason why I am not a sympathetic respondent is because the > > government was extremely successful at assassinating my character?a > > Google search of my name will yield many websites incorrectly saying > > that I had sex with a client and accusing me of being a sexual > > predator and/or a child molester. > > > > Much of my case is already highly public, however, and you can view > > thousands of pages of documents on my website, www.hunterthinks.com. > > Unfortunately, it is not as well organized as I would like it to be. > > Three documents that outline some of the illegal actions of the > > government start at the following links: > > https://www.hunterthinks.com/ardc/documents/2011-05-10-letter-to-ardc-admin-about-their-violations-page-1-pdf > > https://www.hunterthinks.com/ardc/documents/2011-7-29-motion-to-dismiss_1 > > https://www.hunterthinks.com/ardc/documents/2011-12-29-request-for-explicit-ruling_1 > > > > On my website (or on Facebook), I have written very little about the > > OkCupid.com subpoena because it was one of the major events that > > contributed to my still-existing PTSD, so writing about it is > > painful and difficult. While I have posted most documents related to > > the case, I have not shared the two megabyte file with anyone. If > > you were interested in using the illegal actions of the government > > as illustrations of abuses, and if you were to promise that you > > would protect the privacy of the third-parties in the file from > > OkCupid.com, I would likely share the file with you. I am not > > worried about my privacy anymore because the government has stripped it from me: > > somewhere on my website is a so-called psychological evaluation that > > was the most damaging event that caused my PTSD, but, to be > > completely frank, I am too emotionally drained to find the link. The > > evaluation was unbelievably intrusive and it reported to the > > government what things I fantasize about when I am alone in my home and masturbating. > > I have spent the last four years trying to think of something that > > is more invasive than 1) forcing me to 2) discuss the thoughts I > > have 3) about sex 4) when I am alone 5) in my own home. I have been > > unable to think of a hypothetical that is more invasive than > > publicly divulging that information. > > > > > > ???? (peace), ?? (harmony), amor (love), and happiness, Hunter > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Amul Kalia [mailto:[email protected]] > > Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2014 5:18 PM > > To: [email protected] > > Subject: Re: [#PD-Y4436] FBI's "Suicide Letter" to Dr. King > > > > Hi Hunter, > > > > Can you please re-send the email? > > > > There was a problem in the encryption of the message. > > > > Thanks, > > > > Amul Kalia > > Electronic Frontier Foundation > > (415) 436-9333 > > [email protected] > > Become a Member! https://supporters.eff.org/donate > > > > On Thu, 13 Nov 2014, [email protected] wrote: > > >

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