Wednesday, April 26, 2017

A FRESNO, CALIFORNIA-BASED FEMALE FORENSIC NURSE BOARD MEMBER OF THE 'CALIFORNIA SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATORS ASSOCIATION', Dr. MARGIE JESSEN, REQUESTS IN WRITING ON APRIL 26, 2017, THAT I MYSELF NOT SEND HER ANY MORE E-MAILS ABOUT MY BEING A VICTIM OF ALLEGED CONTINUOUS-AND-STILL-CONTINUING-DAILY-AND-YEAR-ROUND SEX CRIMES ALLEGEDLY BEING INFLICTED ON ME DURING MY SLEEP AS I LIE ALONE ON MY OWN BED INSIDE MY LOCKED PRIVATE BEDROOM OF MY BOLT-LOCKED RENTAL APARTMENT UNIT IN AUSTIN, TEXAS, USA




On Wednesday, April 26, 2017 9:23 AM, Margie Jessen wrote:

Take me off this email!!

Dr. Margie Jessen DNP, FNP

Sent from my iPhone

On Apr 25, 2017, at 10:57 PM, John McMillan <mcmillanj@att.net> wrote:


To: Texas Open Records Coordinator, Attorney General of Texas state agency, Austin, Texas. Main phone number for your state agency in Austin: (512) 463-2100.

April 26, 2017

Dear Open Records Coordinator for the Attorney General of Texas,

This is a Texas Open Records request in which I seek to obtain from your admirably law-enforcement-minded state agency in Austin a photocopy of any and all written communications, including e-mail letters, and any and all phone messages that your agency at any time since January 20, 2017, has generated or received or forwarded or sent or mailed or e-mailed or FAXed in regard to what your agency has identified as Open Records complaint number 652094---a January 20-dated legal complaint that was filed by myself, through your state agency, against the Austin Police Department.

This public-information request is prompted in part by the fact that I myself still have not received any response of any type from the City of Austin to the legal complaint of mine through your agency that Assistant Attorney General Joseph Behnke, with help from his supervisor, Assistant Attorney General Tamara Smith, is reportedly investigating.

Mr. Behnke, with help from Ms. Smith, reportedly wrote and then mailed a two-page official legal letter to Neal Falgoust, City of Austin Assistant City Attorney--a copy of which was mailed to me by your state agency---that informed Mr. Falgoust about the Open Records complaint I had filed through the Attorney General of Texas against a cited department of the City of Austin, and which reportedly provided Mr. Falgoust with a copy of my entire 15-page Open Records complaint against APD.

On January 27, 2017, I had FAXed to your agency's Open Records Division the entire exact verbatim 15-page text of my January 20, 2017-dated and signed legal complaint against APD. A male official of your agency did later confirm for me on the telephone that he had received that entire FAX from me.

My legal complaint to your state agency centered on my allegation in writing that APD in its January 17, 2017, written and signed one-page reply to my Dec. 5, 2016-dated e-mail public-information request (PIR) from myself to the City of Austin (a PIR that APD later designated as ORR Number 1-00549, after a copy of that request was reportedly forwarded by the City's Public Information Office to APD for a response from that particular department), had allegedly failed to provide me with actual copies of specified documents I requested in writing that specifically cited the exact date and time on which APD's Sex Crimes Unit reportedly sent the Dec. 22, 2011, doctor-ordered forensic DNA-traces rape-evidence kit for APD Case 11-3550615, with myself as the cited victim, to an outside DNA lab for processing.

I also alleged in writing to your state agency that APD had failed to provide me with any copies of legal documents I also had requested from the City in my Dec. 5, 2016, PIR, that contain the full official name and mailing address and telephone number of the DNA lab where the cited Dec. 22, 2011, rape-evidence kit is reportedly being stored or processed, "along with the full legal name of the cited liaison to or contact person for the Austin Police Department's Sex Crimes Unit who is employed at the cited DNA lab", my Dec. 5, 2016-dated Open Records request had also specified.

I had originally mailed the cited legal complaint of mine to your state agency through the U.S. Postal Service from a nearby UPS store along Balcones Woods Drive near Research Boulevard on January 20, 2017.

However, I was told on the telephone on or about January 27, 2017, by an Open Records Division staff member of your state agency that your agency never received the signed legal Open Records complaint from me against APD that I had mailed on January 20 through the U.S. Postal Service, with help from a male staff member at the cited UPS store in northwest Austin.

Thank you in advance to your very thorough and reliable and authoritative written response to this public-information request from myself. I hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely and Best Wishes,

John Kevin McMillan.
My home address ever since late September 2015:
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My home phone: (512) 342-2295.
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