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I am a constructive person by nature. Working on StopExtortion.org Case 1 helped me to find a project that I have became passionate about and focuses on development of effective higher education concepts that can produce substantial value, once the concepts have been developed into functional solutions and have been put on a scalable framework. This is a long-term project that requires lots of work. StopExtortion.org Case 1 related frustration fuels my energy. So, all of it works out very well.
Out of necessity, I will continue to work on StopExtortion Case 1 for as long as this case remains open. Accordingly, additional open letters will be published on StopExtortion.org for as long as the case remains open.
A BIG THANK YOU to all the existing members. I hope, that I was also able to help some people in the process. All the relevant information is in the articles published on StopExtortion.org.
Below is an open letter to the Department of Justice and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Dear reader, I am asking you now the same question that I am asking Attorney General in this letter: based on how the Department of Education uses extortion, document fabrication, bullying and harassment, do you agree that the closest analogy is organized crime – mafia?
Do you personally find such operating practices acceptable?
The open letter below lists some of the problems that the Department of Education as a system has. If we look at the Department of Education as a system that is supposed to benefit traditional students, adult learners and employers, we will most likely find many more problem areas. The systemic problems listed below are specific to one case. However, the problems listed here may very well be relevant to many people. We don't know how many people over the years have paid to the…Continue
Office of Government Information Services, or OGIS, is supposed to be Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) ombudsman. I contacted OGIS with a request for assistance with Department of Education FOIA process. I received a response from OGIS current director Alina Semo.
Based on the actual case addressed here, it's hard to say, whether the current OGIS director is very poorly informed about how the Department of Education and its business partners actually…Continue
We have a case here, where the Department of Education created consumer lending and borrowing records years after a student graduated from college, without existence of any actual lending and borrowing transactions and corresponding documents. Subsequently, the Department of Education started using these internal records as if the records were based on actual, real life lending and borrowing transactions.
This can work, if the former student believes what the…Continue
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