|3 Nov 2015 @ 17:26, by Geral W. Sosbee|
November 3, 2015
1) Congressional District 34--Congressman Filemon Vela
Washington D. C.
2) Christopher T. Klepac
United States Postal Service, General Counsel
475 L Enfant Plaza S W Washington D. C.
3)Priscilla Jones, Department of Justice
Washington D. C. 20530
Re: DOJ FOIA-2015-04006; US Postal Service (USPS) FOIA Appeal No. 16-013; US Postal Service FOIA No. 2015-FPIS-00106
Dear Congressman, et. al.
I request assistance under the FOIA in asking the U S Postal Inspector to stop denying my lawful requests for the investigative report filed on or about April 30, 2013 on me by:
Trey Knipfing, Postal Inspector, 14800 Trinity Blvd., Suite 600 Fort Worth TX 76155-2675 (817)359-2765, Fax: (817)359-2708 RMKNIPFING@USPS.GOV
Here is the essence of my original request for the report:
This is a formal request for release of information and disclosure of same to me, under the Freedom of Information Act and the Open Records Laws of the United States and of the State of Texas. Specifically, I request all information, all documents, reports, findings, memos, emails, internal notes of investigators, police reports, court documents, copies of my various articles & websites, and any other item of any kind that relates to the person of Geral Wayne Sosbee (DOB:8-30-45; SSAN) that is in the possession or control of the United States Postal Inspector’s Office and the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Additional background data is available at these two links:
The USPS now trashes and ignores my requests each 6 months that I send it to them; the USPS General Counsel places superficial roadblocks and thereby de facto denies my lawful requests for the Knipfing report. Here is the last notice of requirements sent to me from USPS Counsel:
“Copy of request, denials and related correspondence, statement of the action from which appeal is taken, reasons why requester believes the action is erroneous, statement of relief sought.”
My responses to the above requirements:
My original request is shown above and the denials are not available; the action taken is the trashing and ignoring of all my FOIA requests; *the actions by the USPS and its General Counsel are contrary to law; I seek a copy of the Knipfing report on me.
*Please note, Congressman, that over a decade ago the USPI also trashed my reports of mail theft and I documented the unlawful denials at this link:
The investigation at my home unlawfully threatened me and my wife and unnecessarily disrupted the lives of my brothers in Dallas, Texas. The postal inspector investigated an alleged crime that in fact was staged by the fbi , whereby my name was planted at the scene.
I notified the USPI that I need the report so I can post it on line. The phony investigation of me by Inspector is designed to intimidate me by leaving the case open indefinitely as directed by the fbi. Please see my affidavit 2014 on line.
Finally, the efforts of the USPI General Counsel to prevent me from access to the record is in itself further evidence that the USPS continues to cover up crimes committed against me by the fbi; in this sense the USPS employees (including the inspectors) are engaged in the crime of ‘cover up’, and the USPI General Counsel provides his imprimatur to the unlawful charade. All of my previous FOIA requests and denials are available to the USPS and USPI (& Counsel) in their own offices.
Thank you kindly, geral sosbee, p o box 1548, Brownsville, Texas 78522, (956)xxx-xxxx.
This letter is transmitted via electronic email to Congressman Filemon Vela and by US mail to Christopher t. Klepac and Priscilla Jones, at the addresses shown above.
This letter is also published at