I am interested in battling extortion for personal reasons and out of necessity: I want to find and evaluate ways that help me to deal with extortionists.
However, the reason for founding this website is much broader: I believe, that it is a human and civil right to be free of extortion. Accordingly, this website focuses on helping to defend anti-extortion related human and civil rights secured by law, on supporting anti-extortion causes, and on helping to further individual anti-extortion cases by employing variety of lawful means.
In this spirit, I am genuinely happy for every extortion victim who finds an effective solution to his or her situation. If this website can provide help in the process, that’s even better.
By nature I am an entrepreneurial person, who tries to turn problems into opportunities. Professionally I am a database application developer, business analyst and project manager. My IT work related site, ProjectDeveloper.com contains more information on my professional background.
Why does the U.S. Department of Education produce so little value for the vast amount of resources that this institution consumes?
Below is a copy of another letter and FOIA request sent to Department of Education FOIA Service Center. This letter describes how the Department of Education employees create documents from PDF files without existence of the original documents. In the process the Department of Education employees mix PDF files that could belong to anybody and do not contain any person's identifying information, together with PDF files that do contain identifying information.…Continue
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