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isiokwu: Re: FBI’s “Suicide Letter” to Dr. King
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On Wed, 03 Dec 2014, [email protected] wrote:
> 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 ndị mmadụ. 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]: Ọ dị mma, 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 ma ọ bụ 2 months at least. [m]: I think I know exactly what is happening then.
> It sounds like a cone biopsy [m]: ma, 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. [m]: 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]: Ọ dị mma, we would have to see first. [m]: :) 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.
> [m]: N'ezie, we should meet and get to know each other a little
> before we decide what we want [username2]: Ọmụmaatụ, last week, I
> was extremely stressed out from work, and guess what I would do when I
> got home? [m]: 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. [m]:
> And just like we should eat responsibly, we should have sex responsibly [m]: 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
> [username2]: hour. [m]: That is an advantage women have over men.
> [username2]: Ọ dị mma, 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.
> [m]: 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. [m]: 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.
> ???? (udo), ?? (harmony), n'anya (n'anya), na obi ụtọ, 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.
> Electronic Frontier Foundation
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> 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, ozi-,
> > 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, Otú ọ dị, 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 peeji nke. None of it was relevant to the litigation, but it
> > included extremely personal information about me and about other
> > people, including their phone numbers, adreesị, 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, Otú ọ dị, 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, ma, 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.
> > ???? (udo), ?? (harmony), n'anya (n'anya), na obi ụtọ, 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]
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> > On Thu, 13 Nov 2014, [email protected] wrote:
> > >