Friday, June 22, 2018

RETIRED TEXAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR PATRICIA H. SMITH, WHOSE E-MAIL ADDRESS SHE USED IN WRITING TO ME ON JUNE 16, 2018, WAS AN OFFICIAL E-MAIL ADDRESS OF THE 'TEXAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION' STATEWIDE GROUP BASED IN THE AUSTIN AREA, THIS MONTH SENDS A SECOND REQUEST TO ME THAT I PLEASE REMOVE HER E-MAIL ADDRESS FROM MY LIST---A REQUEST THAT HAS BEEN FULLY HONORED BY ME AS OF 2 A.M. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2018


(EDITOR's NOTE: I apologize to Patricia H. Smith for having somehow myself failed to immediately remove her e-mail address from the list of cited recipients in my internet service records after she sent me an April 16, 2018, reply e-mail note asking that I not write to her again . That e-mail note from her in April was in response to an April 16, 2018, carbon-copy of public-policy-minded e-mail correspondence that I had written and sent to Ms. Smith care of the Texas Library Association. According to apparently-up-to-date online information at the TLA's official website, Ms. Smith's retirement as TLA Executive Director became effective on June 30, 2017. The TLA, with approximately 7,000 members, is reportedly the largest statewide library association in the entire nation. In accordance with Ms. Smith's wishes, which I was reminded of this month when on June 16, 2018, I received a second request (below) from Ms. Smith that I remove her name from my own e-mail recipient listings after she was somehow sent by me a carbon-copy of June 15, 2018, legal correspondence (below) of mine, I will of course immediately delete the Texas Library Association and any e-mail address on file in my internet-service system apparently referring to the cited Patricia H. Smith from all of my e-mail addresses listings by 2 a.m. Friday, June 22, 2018---JKM)

On Saturday, June 16, 2018 12:02 PM, Patricia Smith wrote:

Pls remove me from this list.

Sent from my iPhone

On Jun 15, 2018, at 11:51 PM, John McMillan <mcmillanj@att.net> wrote:

A respectful FYI to each of you on the following,
from John Kevin McMillan of Austin, Texas, USA.
Home phone: (512) 342-2295.
E-mail: mcmillanj@att.net

On Friday, June 15, 2018 10:05 AM, John McMillan <mcmillanj@att.net> wrote:

A respectful FYI to each of you on the following letter I wrote and sent to my duly-elected representative in the U.S. Congress, Republican Congressman Michael McCaul of the Austin area of Texas.


Congressman McCaul, as each of you may be aware, is the very influential and highly-esteemed Chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security in Washington, D.C.

I would welcome any reply note or written response on any aspect of this that any of you are willing to offer me.

Sincerely and Best Wishes,
John Kevin McMillan of Austin, Texas, USA.
Home phone: (512) 342-2295.
Home address: 10926 Jollyville Road, Apt. 1609, Austin, TX 78759.
E-mail: mcmillanj@att.net

On Friday, June 15, 2018 2:27 AM, John McMillan <mcmillanj@att.net> wrote:

A respectful FYI to each of you on the following public-policy-minded and crime-deterrence-minded letter I wrote and e-mailed today to my duly-elected Congressman, Republican U.S. Representative Michael McCaul of the United States Congress.

I would appreciate any reply notes or written responses on any aspect of this that any of you are willing to offer me.

Sincerely and Best Wishes,
from Texas Congressional District 10 resident John Kevin McMillan of Austin, Texas, USA.
Home phone: (512) 342-2295 (a landline phone---accepts voice mail messages for me, but cannot receive any texts from anyone).
My e-mail address: mcmillanj@att.net

On Friday, June 15, 2018 1:50 AM, John McMillan <mcmillanj@att.net> wrote:

To: Republican Congressman Michael McCaul of Texas Congressional District 10, United States House of Representatives, United States Congress, Washington, D.C.

June 15, 2018

Dear Congressman McCaul,

I would like to thank you again for kindly inviting me --- through a local phone call to me I received inside my private residence on May 25, 2018, from your Austin office staff member Bobby Dyke --- to myself send you criminal-law complaints and crime evidence I obtain to "mccaul.casework@mail.house.gov" about my being victimized in Austin, Texas, on a daily and year-round and multi-year basis by alleged personal-injury-crimes.

Those alleged personal-injury crimes have allegedly been inflicted on me by one or more alleged illegal intruders unbeknownst to me during periods when I was or am asleep and unconscious and lying alone on my own bed inside my bolt-locked or locked rental-apartment unit in northwest Austin.

As you know, I reside in your district, Texas Congressional District 10 that comprises a multi-county region extending as far south as the Houston area.

I am also a current resident of the Austin City Council District 10 section of Austin. 

 The Austin City Council member who directly and officially represents any and all Austin City Council District 10 of Austin residents, Dr. Alison Alter---herself a member of "Congregation Beth Israel" Reform Judaism congregation in central Austin and an alumnus of Harvard University and Stanford University, respectively---has reportedly prohibited me ever since March 9, 2017, from ever again directly contacting either Council Member Alter or any of the City of Austin staff members whom she directly supervises.

Below, please find statements, including written statements and quoted oral statements, from local and federal government officials in regard to the alleged continuous personal-injury-crimes case in Austin, Texas, in which I am the gainfully-employed single adult white male self-identified victim.

Included among those statements written by, or quoting from, local or federal government officials is the following paragraph I wrote on October 4, 2016, that can also be found near the very bottom of this multi-letter e-mail legal correspondence of mine that I am sharing today with yourself, Congressman McCaul, in your capacity as my duly-elected official direct representative in the United States Congress:

"Also in the brief (October 3, 2016) telephone conversation I had with the (cited) Deputy Director of (Texas Republican U.S.) Senator (Ted) Cruz's Austin office, Chris made a very surprising unsolicited comment to me for which I somehow neglected to jot down notes on what he had said.

"That surprising comment from Chris was either 'There may be some federal law enforcement officers involved in this' or 'Are you yourself alleging that some federal law enforcement officers have been involved in the anal-rapes victimizing you during your sleep?' (approximate quote on each of those quotes).

"It was at that point that Chris of Senator Cruz's staff in Austin volunteered to me that 'You have a need for an attorney' (approximate quote that I did jot down in my notes)."

Sincerely and Best Wishes,
John Kevin McMillan,
My current official apartment-unit address, and the rental-apartment unit where I have resided as a rent-paying official tenant ever since September 5, 2017:
Village Oaks Apartments, 10926 Jollyville Road, Apt. 1609 (third floor of Building 16, southeast side of that building), Austin, TX, USA, 78759.
My home phone: (512) 342-2295.
My e-mail address: mcmillanj@att.net
____________

Congressman McCaul, the entire cited multi-letter October of 2016 legal e-mail correspondence of mine relating to this very sobering public-policy issue facing you today is contained below:

On Wednesday, October 5, 2016 8:02 AM, Lori Carter <Lori.Carter@traviscountytx.gov> wrote:

Mr. McMillan,

You have taken my response out of context.

You sent an email directed to me with regard to “…possible involvement by one or more federal law-enforcement officers (and possibly other federal employees) in the alleged anal-rape-crimes and alleged personal-injury-crimes victimizing myself during my sleep on a daily and year-round basis as I lie alone on my own bed inside my locked private bedroom of my bolt-locked apartment unit in Austin.”

Again, our division would not have anything to do with the investigation of you allegedly being sexually assaulted anally.

I’m simply requesting that you refrain from requesting our office to look into matters of sexual assault and to refrain from copying us on any such emails.

Regards,

Lori Carter, Sgt. Investigator
Travis County District Attorney's Office
Special Prosecution Division/Public Integrity Unit
314 W. 11th Street Suite 200
Austin, TX 78701
Main: 512-854-9530
Fax: 512-854-4810
E-Mail: lori.carter@traviscountytx.gov

Caution: This electronic communication is a work-product of the Special Prosecution Division of the Travis County District Attorney's Office and is intended only for the above named addressee(s). As such, it may contain confidential or legally privileged information, including, but not limited to, information obtained from confidential communications or information relating to the proceedings of a grand jury, the dissemination of which is strictly prohibited except as authorized by state or federal law. Consequently, the recipient should treat the information contained herein as confidential and should not disclose any such information to anyone unless the sender has expressly authorized such disclosure. If you have received this e-mail in error you must not copy, forward, disclose the information contained in it, or otherwise use it in any way. Please notify the sender immediately and then delete the e-mail, and any attachments.

From: John McMillan [mailto:mcmillanj@att.net]

Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2016 4:43 PM

To: Lori Carter; Rudy Magallanes; Travis County Dem DA Candidate Moore (2016); Travis County Repub DA Cand. Phelan (2016); Traviscountydemocrats Info; Travis County Republican Party (2016); Austin Police Dept. Asst. Chief Troy Gay; Michael Eveleth; Justin Newsom; Greg Hamilton; Roger Dean; Joe Ballesteros; Texas Rangers Division of DPS; Governor's Office of Texas Open Records Administrator; Office for Victims of Crime (U.S. DOJ); David Escamilla; Fox 7 (Austin TX) TV News; Keyetv News; Rep. Naishtat Chief of Staff Dorothy Browne; Senator Kirk Watson Constituent Services Rep. Walcott (2016); Austin American-Statesman Editor Debbie Hiott; Atlanta Journal-Constitution Newstips; Austin Chronicle Editors; Texas Tribune Editor In Chief Evan Smith; Texas Observer Editors; Houston Chronicle Letters To the Editor; Fort Worth Star-Telegram Newstips; Texas Association Against Sexual Assault Atty Kaiser 2016; eboyce@taasa.org; Safeaustin Info; Safeplace Info; NBC Nightly News Headqrtrs 2016; CBS News '60 Minutes' Editors and Reporters; CBS News Story Ideas Editors; Unknown National; Letterstoed Internet DropBox; Miami Herald Letters To Editor; Sarah Eckhardt; Center for Investigative Reporting; U.S. President Barack Obama; Investigative Reporters and Editors (U of Missouri); State Comptroller Criminal Investigations Division Chief Martin Cano; Williamson County (TX) Attorney (2016); Center for Public Integrity; Amie Ely; Abc13 News; WallStJournalNewstips; Der Spiegel (2016); The London Times Letters To Editor; susan.carrizales@austintexas.gov; Texas DPS Office of General Counsel; FBI Dallas Bureau; U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Austin Mayor Steve Adler; Kathie Tovo; District 5; District 8; Austin City Council Member Delia Garza (2015); KXAN TV News Investigations; Joyful Heart Foundation for Rape Victims; David Maxwell; Cedar Park (TX) Police (2016); Travis County Sheriff Law Enforcement Assoc. (2016); Austin Police Association (2015); U.S. Representative Michael McCaul; State Rep. Todd Hunter; State Rep. Rafael Anchia; Senator John Whitmire; Texas Legislative Council Legal Director Deborah Fulton; Public Information; Outback Asst Mgr Nick Burton; Trevor Glynn; Aurelio Contreras; Kami (Denny's Lakeline Manager); State Bar of Texas Exec. Dir. Michelle Hunter; Letters To the Editor; Harvard Kennedy School Carr Center for Human Rights Policy; National Crime Victim Law Institute (Lewis & Clark Law School Portland Oregon); Molly White; State Rep. Senfronia Thompson; Senator Juan Hinojosa; Dayna Blazey; Attorney General of Massachusetts; Mass. Dist. Attorneys Assn.; Government Anti-Corruption Columnist Neal Peirce (2016); jmanning@naag.org; Texas City Attorneys Assn. General Counsel Scott Houston; City of Austin Interim City Attorney Anne Morgan; City of Austin Open Govt. Compliance Chief Gayle (2016); mgary@transparency.org; aalfieri@law.miami.edu; smccown@law.utexas.edu; hway@law.utexas.edu; public.integrity@ag.ny.gov; capi@law.columbia.edu; isonx001@umn.edu; Kut News; E.C. Community Service Dir. Chris Barbee; KLRU TV News Editors; DMN Editorial Page Editor Keven Ann Willey

Subject: Re: {EXTERNAL} Sen. Ted Cruz's Deputy Director in Austin office refers to possible federal involvement in alleged anal-rape crimes

October 4, 2016

To: Sergeant Investigator Lori Carter in the Public Integrity Unity of the Travis County District Attorney's Office in Austin, Texas.

Dear Sergeant Investigator Carter,

I was very surprised and disappointed by your reply letter (below) to me earlier today.

It seems to me that if a government agency or government-owned institution is ever linked to the alleged possible commission of one or more alleged felony crimes that victimized myself, gainfully employed and law-abiding and honest and always-sober single adult white lifelong-non-Christian male private citizen John Kevin McMillan of Austin, Texas, those types of government-sponsored or government-funded alleged felony crimes and the alleged possible misuse of government funds in that type of possible scenario involving government corruption in Texas should definitely merit full and very prompt investigation and criminal-law prosecution by your Public Integrity Unit in Austin.

Does the reply letter you wrote and sent to me today possibly indicate that I am somehow prohibited from myself ever again contacting the Travis County District Attorney's Office Public Integrity Unit in Austin, Texas, in regard to any and all alleged possible alleged felony violations of the law that allegedly occurred or might ever occur at any time in the future in conduct toward me by one or more government officials or government agencies or government-owned institutions, such as a public university or public university system or other government-owned institution or government-owned media entity?

Sincerely and Best Wishes,

from criminal-law complainant John Kevin McMillan of northwest Austin.
Home address ever since late September 2015:
Village Oaks Apartments, 10926 Jollyville Road, Building 9, Apt. 902, Austin, Texas, 78759.
Home phone: (512) 342-2295.
My Blog: John Kevin McMillan: A 21st Century Conservative Left-Wing Agenda
________

On Tuesday, October 4, 2016 9:00 AM, Lori Carter <Lori.Carter@traviscountytx.gov> wrote:

Mr. McMillan,

Since your initial complaint to our office on December 18th, 2013 we have received over 500 emails from you, a number of phone calls and personal visits. As you are aware, we looked into your complaint with regard to open records violations and determined there not be a crime.

As previously explained to you on numerous occasions, our division would not have anything to do with the investigation of you allegedly being sexually assaulted anally. If you could stop copying us on any such emails it would be greatly appreciated.

Respectfully,

Lori Carter, Sgt. Investigator
Travis County District Attorney's Office
Special Prosecution Division/Public Integrity Unit
314 W. 11th Street Suite 200
Austin, TX 78701
Main: 512-854-9530
Fax: 512-854-4810
E-Mail: lori.carter@traviscountytx.gov

Caution: This electronic communication is a work-product of the Special Prosecution Division of the Travis County District Attorney's Office and is intended only for the above named addressee(s). As such, it may contain confidential or legally privileged information, including, but not limited to, information obtained from confidential communications or information relating to the proceedings of a grand jury, the dissemination of which is strictly prohibited except as authorized by state or federal law. Consequently, the recipient should treat the information contained herein as confidential and should not disclose any such information to anyone unless the sender has expressly authorized such disclosure. If you have received this e-mail in error you must not copy, forward, disclose the information contained in it, or otherwise use it in any way. Please notify the sender immediately and then delete the e-mail, and any attachments.

From: John McMillan [mailto:mcmillanj@att.net]

Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2016 7:57 AM

To: Lori Carter; Rob Drummond; Texas Rangers Division of DPS; Unknown National; U.S. President Barack Obama; Sociology Prof. Jim Nolan (West Va. University); Michael Eveleth; Justin Newsom; Austin Police Dept. Asst. Chief Troy Gay; Rudy Magallanes; Travis County Dem DA Candidate Moore (2016); Travis County Repub DA Cand. Phelan (2016);info@gop.com; webmaster@democrats.org; Greg Hamilton; Governor's Office of Texas Open Records Administrator; Office for Victims of Crime (U.S. DOJ); Roger Dean; Joe Ballesteros; Travis County Republican Party (2016); Traviscountydemocrats Info; michael@dell.com; U.S. Representative Michael McCaul; Williamson County (TX) Attorney (2016); David Escamilla; Austin Mayor Steve Adler; District 5; District 8; Kathie Tovo; Austin City Council Member Delia Garza (2015); Federal Law Enf. Officers Assn; Keyetv News; Rep. Naishtat Chief of Staff Dorothy Browne; Senator Kirk Watson Constituent Services Rep. Walcott (2016); Fox 7 (Austin TX) TV News; Statesman News; Texas DPS Office of General Counsel; CBS News '60 Minutes' Editors and Reporters; Austin Chronicle Editors; DMN Austin Bureau Reporter Robert Garrett; Joyful Heart Foundation for Rape Victims; Miami Herald Letters To Editor; David Maxwell; Texas Observer Editors; National Review Editors; Dailytexanonline News; CBS News Story Ideas Editors; Huffington Post Editors; Aclutx Info; Aclum Info; Safeaustin Info; Safeplace Info; Texasadvocacyproject Info; Texas Association Against Sexual Assault Atty Kaiser 2016;eboyce@taasa.org; news@austinchronicle.com; USA Today; steven.rich@washpost.com;cheryl.thompson@washpost.com; Letters To the Editor; Houston Chronicle Letters To the Editor; KLRU TV News Editors; WallStJournalNewstips; Outback Asst Mgr Nick Burton; Trevor Glynn; Sona Nast; U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett (2015); U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Harvard Kennedy School Carr Center for Human Rights Policy; National Crime Victim Law Institute (Lewis & Clark Law School Portland Oregon); National Center for Victims of Crime; Public Information; FBI Dallas Bureau; State Comptroller Criminal Investigations Division Chief Martin Cano; Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault; Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi (2016); Kut News; jeff@590klbj.com; Sarah Eckhardt; Gerald Daugherty; Brigid Shea; TDCJ General Counsel Rep. Patricia Fleming; Texas Commission On Law Enforcement Director Kim Vickers; Austin Police Association (2015); Cedar Park (TX) Police (2016); Leander Police Chief Minton; Sunset Valley Police Dept. Lt. Richard Andreucci; KXAN TV News Investigations; Christian Hawley; roger@northwestfellowship.com; Aurelio Contreras; Debbie Bolton; Megan Curtis; Liz Laurence; Leslie DeGraffenried; City of Austin Interim City Attorney Anne Morgan; City of Austin Open Govt. Compliance Chief Gayle (2016); Texas Legal legal-aid service (2015); Attorney General of Massachusetts; CNN.Viewer.Communications.Management

Subject: {EXTERNAL} Sen. Ted Cruz's Deputy Director in Austin office refers to possible federal involvement in alleged anal-rape crimes

A respectful FYI to Sergeant Investigator Lori Carter and Prosecuting Attorney Rob Drummond (of the Travis County District Attorney's Office Public Integrity Unit in Austin, Texas) on the following blog of mine I wrote and posted (see last few paragraphs, below) that contains a very surprising possible disclosure to me yesterday (Oct. 3, 2016) from the Deputy Director of U.S. Senator Ted Cruz's Austin office about alleged possible involvement by one or more federal law-enforcement officers (and possibly other federal employees) in the alleged anal-rape-crimes and alleged personal-injury-crimes victimizing myself during my sleep on a daily and year-round basis as I lie alone on my own bed inside my locked private bedroom of my bolt-locked apartment unit in Austin.

Please let me know if either of you believe I should or can cite a federal agency or cited federal employees in a legal complaint through your Public Integrity Unit of the Travis County District Attorney's Office in Austin.

I mention this possible legal recourse for me partly because the Austin Police Department has never at any time cited to me any possible federal involvement in the alleged anal-rape-crimes and alleged personal-injury-crimes allegedly victimizing me during my sleep inside my locked private bedroom of my bolt-locked apartment.

Nor is it completely clear to me whether the Austin Police Department would have legal jurisdiction to arrest any federal law-enforcement officer or federal employee on a felony criminal charge of that type.

I maintain that the very fact that the Deputy Director of the Austin office of Senator Cruz raised this possible issue on his own initiative in a telephone conversation with me yesterday, suggests that DNA-trace testing on me (and possibly on some or numerous federal law-enforcement officers or other federal employees) that obtains DNA-trace results for as far back as 190 days ago (or even farther back, if at all possible), is all the more urgently needed at this point.

Results from that comprehensive DNA-swab forensic medical evidence testing on myself would then be invaluable in identifying any federal employees as possible alleged suspects, or, alternatively, in indicating that for the cited 190-day period, at least, no federal employee and no federal law-enforcement officer was apparently implicated in those barbarous and truly heinous crimes allegedly victimizing myself during my sleep inside my bolt-locked apartment unit in Austin.

The Deputy Director of the Austin office of United States Senator Ted Cruz, who stated his name as "Chris," informed myself, John Kevin McMillan of northwest Austin, on the telephone shortly after 4:30 p.m. Monday, October 3, 2016, that my duly elected U.S. Senator from Texas, Republican Senator Ted Cruz, "cannot assist you (Mr. McMillan)" to put an end to the alleged continuous and continuing, daily and year-round personal-injury-crimes and anal-rape crimes allegedly victimizing myself, John Kevin McMillan, during my sleep as I lie ALONE on my own bed inside my locked private bedroom of my bolt-locked two-bedroom, two-bathroom rental apartment unit in Austin.

"You (John Kevin McMillan) need to find an attorney," the cited Deputy Director "Chris" of Mr. Cruz's office staff in Austin, Texas, added on his own initiative in concluding that very brief phone conversation.
The unsolicited advice that I myself retain the services of a private attorney was offered to me after I politely thanked Chris on the telephone for not hanging up his end of the phone line in the middle of our conversation, as a female apparent caseworker for U.S. Senator John Cornyn's Dallas office had done earlier this afternoon when I discussed the very same public-policy issue with herself on the phone.

Also in the brief telephone conversation I had with the Deputy Director of Senator Cruz's Austin office, Chris made a very surprising unsolicited comment to me for which I somehow neglected to jot down notes on what he had said. That surprising comment from Chris was either "There may be some federal law enforcement officers involved in this" or "Are you yourself alleging that some federal law enforcement officers have been involved in the anal-rapes victimizing you during your sleep?" (approximate quote on each of those quotes).

It was at that point that Chris of Senator Cruz's staff in Austin volunteered to me that "You have a need for an attorney" (approximate quote that I did jot down in my notes).

It is noteworthy that Chris did not state at any time during our telephone conversation on Monday that Senator Cruz would insist on a full investigation by a U.S. Senate subcommittee or U.S. Senate Committee on any alleged possible illegal conduct toward myself by one or more federal law-enforcement officers in the most recent approximately five and one-half-year period.

RETIRED TEXAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (TLA) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR PATRICIA H. SMITH, WHOSE E-MAIL ADDRESS SHE USED IN WRITING TO ME ABOUT THIS MATTER WAS AN OFFICIAL TLA E-MAIL ADDRESS , SENDS A POLITE REQUEST TO ME ON APRIL 16, 2018, THAT I PLEASE REMOVE HER E-MAIL ADDRESS FROM MY LIST, SINCE 'I (PATRICIA SMITH) NO LONGER WORK', SHE STATED


(EDITOR's NOTE: I apologize to Patricia H. Smith for having somehow myself failed to immediately remove her e-mail address from the list of cited recipients in my internet service records after she sent me the following (below) April 16, 2018, reply e-mail note in response to an April 16, 2018, carbon-copy of public-policy-minded e-mail correspondence that I had written and sent to Ms. Smith care of the Texas Library Association. Ms. Smith reportedly retired from her position as TLA Executive Director effective June 30, 2017. The TLA, with approximately 7,000 members, is reportedly the nation's largest statewide library association. In accordance with her wishes, which I was reminded of this week when I received a second request from Ms. Smith that I remove her name from my own e-mail recipient listings, I will of course immediately delete the Texas Library Association and any e-mail address apparently referring to the cited Patricia H. Smith from all of my e-mail addresses listings by 2 a.m. Friday, June 22, 2018---JKM)

On Monday, April 16, 2018 11:09 AM, Patricia Smith wrote:


Please delete my email. I no longer work.


Sent from my iPhone

On Apr 16, 2018, at 8:22 AM, John McMillan <mcmillanj@att.net> wrote:


A respectful FYI to each of you on the following public-policy letter I wrote and sent to my duly-elected state representative in the Texas Legislature,
from NW Austin resident John Kevin McMillan of Texas House District 49 and Austin City Council District 10.
My home phone: (512) 342-2295.

On Monday, April 16, 2018 7:57 AM, John McMillan <mcmillanj@att.net> wrote:

A respectful FYI to each of you on the following,
from self-identified continuous-and-continuing personal-injury-crimes victim John Kevin McMillan of Austin City Council District 10---a geographical district of Austin, Texas, USA, for which my duly-elected Austin City Council Member, District 10 resident Dr. Alison Alter, herself a Harvard-trained and Stanford-trained public-policy expert, on March 9, 2017, reportedly prohibited me from ever again contacting Council Member Alter or any of her staff members at any time or about any public-policy issue or any other issue or concern of any type.


I am the founder and only current approved member of a new and non-Christian, implicitly-deistic and non-atheistic "Honor Society" religion with very stringent membership-eligibility requirements, the anti-drinking-alcohol, anti-tobacco, anti-marijuana, anti-medical-marijuana-minded, anti-illicit-drugs-minded, anti-tattoos-minded, anti-facial-hair-minded "Progressive Prohibitionist Religion", that specifically opposes unauthorized or injurious medical services, opposes stalking, opposes personal-injury crimes, opposes fraudulent medical care, opposes home-invasion crimes, opposes anonymous communications violating the privacy rights of the person being subjected to those communications against his wishes, opposes medically-injurious noise pollution, opposes fraudulent communications, opposes thought-control projects, opposes religious or political persecution of a law-abiding person such as myself, opposes vigilanteeism, and opposes so-called "deprogramming" projects that are inflicted on a person against his wishes or that violate the legal rights of the recipient of that "deprogramming".

I would welcome any written response on this that any of you are willing to offer me at any time.

My home phone number: (512) 342-2295.
My home address: Village Oaks Apartments (a NW Austin apartment complex reportedly owned and managed by two respective highly-esteemed for-profit corporations with the same headquarters offices street address in Newton, Massachusetts), 10926 Jollyville Road, Apt. 1609, Austin, Texas, 78759.
My Blog: John Kevin McMillan: A 21st Century Conservative Left-Wing Agenda
John Kevin McMillan: A 21st Century Conservative Left-Wing Agenda
Observations for a rationally religious and implicitly deistic modern religion, public-policy writing, creative ...
On Monday, April 16, 2018 1:49 AM, John McMillan <mcmillanj@att.net> wrote:

April 16, 2018

To: Texas House District 49 State Rep. Gina Hinojosa of the Texas Legislature in Austin, Texas.

Dear Rep. Hinojosa,

Do you support state-mandated increased criminal-law penalties to any and all individuals who are convicted in a court of law in our Lone Star State of having deliberately injured or deliberately harmed the medical health of someone (myself, for instance) in Texas in a context in which the cited victim was either asleep and unconscious or otherwise unconscious?

As a constituent of yours who is myself residing in Texas House District 49, I would appreciate a written reply note from you as soon as possible in response to this urgent and very crucial public-policy issue facing the Texas Legislature.

Thank you in advance, Rep. Hinojosa, for your prompt reply note to me in response to this very important issue that makes a statement to the entire world about whether the Texas Legislature is or is not willing to adequately protect an individual's (including my own) privacy rights and personal safety during periods when he is, in fact, asleep and unconscious and lying on his own designated bed inside his bolt-locked private residence.

Sincerely and Best Wishes,
John Kevin McMillan, a gainfully employed, dependably civil and law-abiding, permanently drinking-alcohol-free, single adult Anglo male constituent of yours who also myself resides in the Austin City Council District 10 section of this state-capital city for Texas.
My home address: Village Oaks Apartments, 10926 Jollyville Road, Apt. 1609, Austin, TX 78759.
My home phone: (512) 342-2295.
My Blog: John Kevin McMillan: A 21st Century Conservative Left-Wing Agenda
John Kevin McMillan: A 21st Century Conservative Left-Wing Agenda
Observations for a rationally religious and implicitly deistic modern religion, public-policy writing, creative ...

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

MY DULY-ELECTED CONGRESSMAN FOR MY DISTRICT (TEXAS CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 10), U.S. REPRESENTATIVE MICHAEL McCAUL OF THE AUSTIN AREA, ON JUNE 15, 2018, ACCEPTS A FOLLOW-UP CRIME REPORT FROM THIS PARTICULAR SINGLE ADULT ANGLO MALE CONSTITUENT OF HIS THAT QUOTES A MALE AUSTIN-BASED STAFF MEMBER FOR U.S. SENATOR TED CRUZ AS HAVING CITED OR DIRECTLY REFERRED TO POSSIBLE ALLEGED U.S. GOVERNMENT INVOLVEMENT IN ALLEGED ONGOING PERSONAL-INJURY-CRIMES ALLEGEDLY VICTIMIZING MYSELF DURING MY SLEEPING HOURS AS I LIE ALONE, ASLEEP AND UNCONSCIOUS, INSIDE MY BOLT-LOCKED RENTAL APARTMENT UNIT IN NORTHWEST AUSTIN


On Friday, June 15, 2018 1:50 AM, John McMillan wrote:


To: Republican Congressman Michael McCaul of Texas Congressional District 10, United States House of Representatives, United States Congress, Washington, D.C.

June 15, 2018

Dear Congressman McCaul,

I would like to thank you again for kindly inviting me --- through a local phone call to me I received inside my private residence on May 25, 2018, from your Austin office staff member Bobby Dyke --- to myself send you criminal-law complaints and crime evidence I obtain to "mccaul.casework@mail.house.gov" about my being victimized in Austin, Texas, on a daily and year-round and multi-year basis by alleged personal-injury-crimes.

Those alleged personal-injury crimes have allegedly been inflicted on me by one or more alleged illegal intruders unbeknownst to me during periods when I was or am asleep and unconscious and lying alone on my own bed inside my bolt-locked or locked rental-apartment unit in northwest Austin.

As you know, I reside in your district, Texas Congressional District 10 that comprises a multi-county region extending as far south as the Houston area.

 I am also a current resident of the Austin City Council District 10 section of Austin.  The Austin City Council member who directly and officially represents any and all Austin City Council District 10 of Austin residents, Dr. Alison Alter---herself a member of "Congregation Beth Israel" Reform Judaism congregation in central Austin and an alumnus of Harvard University and Stanford University, respectively---has reportedly prohibited me ever since March 9, 2017, from ever again directly contacting either Council Member Alter or any of the City of Austin staff members whom she directly supervises.

Below, please find statements, including written statements and quoted oral statements, from local and federal government officials in regard to the alleged continuous personal-injury-crimes case in Austin, Texas, in which I am the gainfully-employed single adult white male self-identified victim.

Included among those statements written by, or quoting from, local or federal government officials is the following paragraph I wrote on October 4, 2016, that can also be found near the very bottom of this multi-letter e-mail legal correspondence of mine that I am sharing today with yourself, Congressman McCaul, in your capacity as my duly-elected official direct representative in the United States Congress:

"Also in the brief (October 3, 2016) telephone conversation I had with the (cited) Deputy Director of (Texas Republican U.S.) Senator (Ted) Cruz's Austin office, Chris made a very surprising unsolicited comment to me for which I somehow neglected to jot down notes on what he had said. 

"That surprising comment from Chris was either 'There may be some federal law enforcement officers involved in this' or 'Are you yourself alleging that some federal law enforcement officers have been involved in the anal-rapes victimizing you during your sleep?' (approximate quote on each of those quotes).

"It was at that point that Chris of Senator Cruz's staff in Austin volunteered to me that 'You have a need for an attorney' (approximate quote that I did jot down in my notes)."


Sincerely and Best Wishes,
John Kevin McMillan,
My current official apartment-unit address, and the rental-apartment unit where I have resided as a rent-paying official tenant ever since September 5, 2017:
Village Oaks Apartments, 10926 Jollyville Road, Apt. 1609 (third floor of Building 16, southeast side of that building), Austin, TX, USA, 78759.
My home phone: (512) 342-2295.
My e-mail address: mcmillanj@att.net
____________

Congressman McCaul, the entire cited multi-letter October of 2016 legal e-mail correspondence of mine relating to this very sobering public-policy issue facing you today is contained below:

On Wednesday, October 5, 2016 8:02 AM, Lori Carter wrote:

Mr. McMillan,

You have taken my response out of context. 

You sent an email directed to me with regard to “…possible involvement by one or more federal law-enforcement officers (and possibly other federal employees) in the alleged anal-rape-crimes and alleged personal-injury-crimes victimizing myself during my sleep on a daily and year-round basis as I lie alone on my own bed inside my locked private bedroom of my bolt-locked apartment unit in Austin.”

Again, our division would not have anything to do with the investigation of you allegedly being sexually assaulted anally. 

I’m simply requesting that you refrain from requesting our office to look into matters of sexual assault and to refrain from copying us on any such emails. 
Regards,
   
Lori Carter, Sgt. Investigator
Travis County District Attorney's Office
Special Prosecution Division/Public Integrity Unit
314 W. 11th Street Suite 200
Austin, TX 78701
Main: 512-854-9530
Fax: 512-854-4810
E-Mail: lori.carter@traviscountytx.gov
Caution: This electronic communication is a work-product of the Special Prosecution Division of the Travis County District Attorney's Office and is intended only for the above named addressee(s). As such, it may contain confidential or legally privileged information, including, but not limited to, information obtained from confidential communications or information relating to the proceedings of a grand jury, the dissemination of which is strictly prohibited except as authorized by state or federal law. Consequently, the recipient should treat the information contained herein as confidential and should not disclose any such information to anyone unless the sender has expressly authorized such disclosure.  If you have received this e-mail in error you must not copy, forward, disclose the information contained in it, or otherwise use it in any way. Please notify the sender immediately and then delete the e-mail, and any attachments.

From: John McMillan [mailto:mcmillanj@att.net] 

Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2016 4:43 PM

To: Lori Carter; Rudy Magallanes; Travis County Dem DA Candidate Moore (2016); Travis County Repub DA Cand. Phelan (2016); Traviscountydemocrats Info; Travis County Republican Party (2016); Austin Police Dept. Asst. Chief Troy Gay; Michael Eveleth; Justin Newsom; Greg Hamilton; Roger Dean; Joe Ballesteros; Texas Rangers Division of DPS; Governor's Office of Texas Open Records Administrator; Office for Victims of Crime (U.S. DOJ); David Escamilla; Fox 7 (Austin TX) TV News; Keyetv News; Rep. Naishtat Chief of Staff Dorothy Browne; Senator Kirk Watson Constituent Services Rep. Walcott (2016); Austin American-Statesman Editor Debbie Hiott; Atlanta Journal-Constitution Newstips; Austin Chronicle Editors; Texas Tribune Editor In Chief Evan Smith; Texas Observer Editors; Houston Chronicle Letters To the Editor; Fort Worth Star-Telegram Newstips; Texas Association Against Sexual Assault Atty Kaiser 2016; eboyce@taasa.org; Safeaustin Info; Safeplace Info; NBC Nightly News Headqrtrs 2016; CBS News '60 Minutes' Editors and Reporters; CBS News Story Ideas Editors; Unknown National; Letterstoed Internet DropBox; Miami Herald Letters To Editor; Sarah Eckhardt; Center for Investigative Reporting; U.S. President Barack Obama; Investigative Reporters and Editors (U of Missouri); State Comptroller Criminal Investigations Division Chief Martin Cano; Williamson County (TX) Attorney (2016); Center for Public Integrity; Amie Ely; Abc13 News; WallStJournalNewstips; Der Spiegel (2016); The London Times Letters To Editor; susan.carrizales@austintexas.gov; Texas DPS Office of General Counsel; FBI Dallas Bureau; U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Austin Mayor Steve Adler; Kathie Tovo; District 5; District 8; Austin City Council Member Delia Garza (2015); KXAN TV News Investigations; Joyful Heart Foundation for Rape Victims; David Maxwell; Cedar Park (TX) Police (2016); Travis County Sheriff Law Enforcement Assoc. (2016); Austin Police Association (2015); U.S. Representative Michael McCaul; State Rep. Todd Hunter; State Rep. Rafael Anchia; Senator John Whitmire; Texas Legislative Council Legal Director Deborah Fulton; Public Information; Outback Asst Mgr Nick Burton; Trevor Glynn; Aurelio Contreras; Kami (Denny's Lakeline Manager); State Bar of Texas Exec. Dir. Michelle Hunter; Letters To the Editor; Harvard Kennedy School Carr Center for Human Rights Policy; National Crime Victim Law Institute (Lewis & Clark Law School Portland Oregon); Molly White; State Rep. Senfronia Thompson; Senator Juan Hinojosa; Dayna Blazey; Attorney General of Massachusetts; Mass. Dist. Attorneys Assn.; Government Anti-Corruption Columnist Neal Peirce (2016); jmanning@naag.org; Texas City Attorneys Assn. General Counsel Scott Houston; City of Austin Interim City Attorney Anne Morgan; City of Austin Open Govt. Compliance Chief Gayle (2016); mgary@transparency.org; aalfieri@law.miami.edu; smccown@law.utexas.edu; hway@law.utexas.edu; public.integrity@ag.ny.gov; capi@law.columbia.edu; isonx001@umn.edu; Kut News; E.C. Community Service Dir. Chris Barbee; KLRU TV News Editors; DMN Editorial Page Editor Keven Ann Willey

Subject: Re: {EXTERNAL} Sen. Ted Cruz's Deputy Director in Austin office refers to possible federal involvement in alleged anal-rape crimes


October 4, 2016

To: Sergeant Investigator Lori Carter in the Public Integrity Unity of the Travis County District Attorney's Office in Austin, Texas.

Dear Sergeant Investigator Carter,

I was very surprised and disappointed by your reply letter (below) to me earlier today.

It seems to me that if a government agency or government-owned institution is ever linked to the alleged possible commission of one or more alleged felony crimes that victimized myself, gainfully employed and law-abiding and honest and always-sober single adult white lifelong-non-Christian male private citizen John Kevin McMillan of  Austin, Texas, those types of government-sponsored or government-funded alleged felony crimes and the alleged possible misuse of government funds in that type of possible scenario involving government corruption in Texas should definitely merit full and very prompt investigation and criminal-law prosecution by your Public Integrity Unit in Austin.

Does the reply letter you wrote and sent to me today possibly indicate that I am somehow prohibited from myself ever again contacting the Travis County District Attorney's Office Public Integrity Unit in Austin, Texas, in regard to any and all alleged possible alleged felony violations of the law that allegedly occurred or might ever occur at any time in the future in conduct toward me by one or more government officials or government agencies or government-owned institutions, such as a public university or public university system or other government-owned institution or government-owned media entity?

Sincerely and Best Wishes,
from criminal-law complainant John Kevin McMillan of northwest Austin.
Home address ever since late September 2015:
Village Oaks Apartments, 10926 Jollyville Road, Building 9, Apt. 902, Austin, Texas, 78759.
Home phone: (512) 342-2295.
On Tuesday, October 4, 2016 9:00 AM, Lori Carter <Lori.Carter@traviscountytx.gov> wrote:

Mr. McMillan,
 Since your initial complaint to our office on December 18th, 2013 we have received over 500 emails from you, a number of phone calls and personal visits.  As you are aware, we looked into your complaint with regard to open records violations and determined there not be a crime. 

As previously explained to you on numerous occasions, our division would not have anything to do with the investigation of you allegedly being sexually assaulted anally.  If you could stop copying us on any such emails it would be greatly appreciated.
  
Respectfully,
 Lori Carter, Sgt. Investigator
Travis County District Attorney's Office
Special Prosecution Division/Public Integrity Unit
314 W. 11th Street Suite 200
Austin, TX 78701
Main: 512-854-9530
Fax: 512-854-4810
E-Mail: lori.carter@traviscountytx.gov
Caution: This electronic communication is a work-product of the Special Prosecution Division of the Travis County District Attorney's Office and is intended only for the above named addressee(s). As such, it may contain confidential or legally privileged information, including, but not limited to, information obtained from confidential communications or information relating to the proceedings of a grand jury, the dissemination of which is strictly prohibited except as authorized by state or federal law. Consequently, the recipient should treat the information contained herein as confidential and should not disclose any such information to anyone unless the sender has expressly authorized such disclosure.  If you have received this e-mail in error you must not copy, forward, disclose the information contained in it, or otherwise use it in any way. Please notify the sender immediately and then delete the e-mail, and any attachments.

From: John McMillan [mailto:mcmillanj@att.net

Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2016 7:57 AM

To: Lori Carter; Rob Drummond; Texas Rangers Division of DPS; Unknown National; U.S. President Barack Obama; Sociology Prof. Jim Nolan (West Va. University); Michael Eveleth; Justin Newsom; Austin Police Dept. Asst. Chief Troy Gay; Rudy Magallanes; Travis County Dem DA Candidate Moore (2016); Travis County Repub DA Cand. Phelan (2016); info@gop.comwebmaster@democrats.org; Greg Hamilton; Governor's Office of Texas Open Records Administrator; Office for Victims of Crime (U.S. DOJ); Roger Dean; Joe Ballesteros; Travis County Republican Party (2016); Traviscountydemocrats Info; michael@dell.com; U.S. Representative Michael McCaul; Williamson County (TX) Attorney (2016); David Escamilla; Austin Mayor Steve Adler; District 5; District 8; Kathie Tovo; Austin City Council Member Delia Garza (2015); Federal Law Enf. Officers Assn; Keyetv News; Rep. Naishtat Chief of Staff Dorothy Browne; Senator Kirk Watson Constituent Services Rep. Walcott (2016); Fox 7 (Austin TX) TV News; Statesman News; Texas DPS Office of General Counsel; CBS News '60 Minutes' Editors and Reporters; Austin Chronicle Editors; DMN Austin Bureau Reporter Robert Garrett; Joyful Heart Foundation for Rape Victims; Miami Herald Letters To Editor; David Maxwell; Texas Observer Editors; National Review Editors; Dailytexanonline News; CBS News Story Ideas Editors; Huffington Post Editors; Aclutx Info; Aclum Info; Safeaustin Info; Safeplace Info; Texasadvocacyproject Info; Texas Association Against Sexual Assault Atty Kaiser 2016; eboyce@taasa.orgnews@austinchronicle.com; USA Today; steven.rich@washpost.comcheryl.thompson@washpost.com; Letters To the Editor; Houston Chronicle Letters To the Editor; KLRU TV News Editors; WallStJournalNewstips; Outback Asst Mgr Nick Burton; Trevor Glynn; Sona Nast; U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett (2015); U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Harvard Kennedy School Carr Center for Human Rights Policy; National Crime Victim Law Institute (Lewis & Clark Law School Portland Oregon); National Center for Victims of Crime;  Public Information; FBI Dallas Bureau; State Comptroller Criminal Investigations Division Chief Martin Cano; Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault; Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi (2016); Kut News; jeff@590klbj.com; Sarah Eckhardt; Gerald Daugherty; Brigid Shea; TDCJ General Counsel Rep. Patricia Fleming; Texas Commission On Law Enforcement Director Kim Vickers; Austin Police Association (2015); Cedar Park (TX) Police (2016); Leander Police Chief Minton; Sunset Valley Police Dept. Lt. Richard Andreucci; KXAN TV News Investigations; Christian Hawley; roger@northwestfellowship.com; Aurelio Contreras; Debbie Bolton; Megan Curtis; Liz Laurence; Leslie DeGraffenried; City of Austin Interim City Attorney Anne Morgan; City of Austin Open Govt. Compliance Chief Gayle (2016); Texas Legal legal-aid service (2015); Attorney General of Massachusetts; CNN.Viewer.Communications.Management

Subject: {EXTERNAL} Sen. Ted Cruz's Deputy Director in Austin office refers to possible federal involvement in alleged anal-rape crimes


A respectful FYI to Sergeant Investigator Lori Carter and Prosecuting Attorney Rob Drummond (of the Travis County District Attorney's Office Public Integrity Unit in Austin, Texas) on the following blog of mine I wrote and posted (see last few paragraphs, below) that contains a very surprising possible disclosure to me yesterday (Oct. 3, 2016) from the Deputy Director of U.S. Senator Ted Cruz's Austin office about alleged possible involvement by one or more federal law-enforcement officers (and possibly other federal employees) in the alleged anal-rape-crimes and alleged personal-injury-crimes victimizing myself during my sleep on a daily and year-round basis as I lie alone on my own bed inside my locked private bedroom of my bolt-locked apartment unit in Austin.

Please let me know if either of you believe I should or can cite a federal agency or cited federal employees in a legal complaint through your Public Integrity Unit of the Travis County District Attorney's Office in Austin. 

I mention this possible legal recourse for me partly because the Austin Police Department has never at any time cited to me any possible federal involvement in the alleged anal-rape-crimes and alleged personal-injury-crimes allegedly victimizing me during my sleep inside my locked private bedroom of my bolt-locked apartment. 

Nor is it completely clear to me whether the Austin Police Department would have legal jurisdiction to arrest any federal law-enforcement officer or federal employee on a felony criminal charge of that type.

I maintain that the very fact that the Deputy Director of the Austin office of Senator Cruz raised this possible issue on his own initiative in a telephone conversation with me yesterday, suggests that DNA-trace testing on me (and possibly on some or numerous federal law-enforcement officers or other federal employees) that obtains DNA-trace results for as far back as 190 days ago (or even farther back, if at all possible), is all the more urgently needed at this point. 

Results from that comprehensive DNA-swab forensic medical evidence testing on myself would then be invaluable in identifying any federal employees as possible alleged suspects, or, alternatively, in indicating that for the cited 190-day period, at least, no federal employee and no federal law-enforcement officer was apparently implicated in those barbarous and truly heinous crimes allegedly victimizing myself during my sleep inside my bolt-locked apartment unit in Austin.

 The Deputy Director of the Austin office of United States Senator Ted Cruz, who stated his name as "Chris," informed myself, John Kevin McMillan of northwest Austin, on the telephone shortly after 4:30 p.m. Monday, October 3, 2016, that my duly elected U.S. Senator from Texas, Republican Senator Ted Cruz, "cannot assist you (Mr. McMillan)" to put an end to the alleged continuous and continuing, daily and year-round personal-injury-crimes and anal-rape crimes allegedly victimizing myself, John Kevin McMillan, during my sleep as I lie ALONE on my own bed inside my locked private bedroom of my bolt-locked two-bedroom, two-bathroom rental apartment unit in Austin.

"You (John Kevin McMillan) need to find an attorney," the cited Deputy Director "Chris" of Mr. Cruz's office staff in Austin, Texas, added on his own initiative in concluding that very brief phone conversation.

The unsolicited advice that I myself retain the services of a private attorney was offered to me after I politely thanked Chris on the telephone for not hanging up his end of the phone line in the middle of our conversation, as a female apparent caseworker for U.S. Senator John Cornyn's Dallas office had done earlier this afternoon when I discussed the very same public-policy issue with herself on the phone.

Also in the brief telephone conversation I had with the Deputy Director of Senator Cruz's Austin office, Chris made a very surprising unsolicited comment to me for which I somehow neglected to jot down notes on what he had said. That surprising comment from Chris was either "There may be some federal law enforcement officers involved in this" or "Are you yourself alleging that some federal law enforcement officers have been involved in the anal-rapes victimizing you during your sleep?" (approximate quote on each of those quotes).

It was at that point that Chris of Senator Cruz's staff in Austin volunteered to me that "You have a need for an attorney" (approximate quote that I did jot down in my notes). 

It is noteworthy that Chris did not state at any time during our telephone conversation on Monday that Senator Cruz would insist on a full investigation by a U.S. Senate subcommittee or U.S. Senate Committee on any alleged possible illegal conduct toward myself by one or more federal law-enforcement officers in the most recent approximately five and one-half-year period.

John Kevin McMillan