Needling Needelman, redux

Wobblier than usual – rife with run-on sentences (and likely many other faults I’ll find later) – but a counterattack nonetheless, complete with gauntlet throw-down … “Don’t outsource your response yet again, Mr. Needelman. Author your own. Your subordinates aren’t running for reelection.”

From: Susan Chandler
Date: July 19, 2012 7:08:01 PM EDT
To: Mitch.Needelman@brevardclerk.us
Cc: inquiries@penncredit.com, Rick.Scott@eog.myflorida.com, FL_GOV Inspector General , Tampa Division , miami@ic.fbi.gov, ASKDOJ , darren_achord@rubio.senate.gov, jennifer_solomon@billnelson.senate.gov, Senator Mike Haridopolos , Speaker Cannon , mreed@floridatoday.com
Subject: Notice of Collection from PennCredit collection, addressed to Susan Schoof

The Honorable Mitch Needelman
Brevard County Clerk of the Court
700 South Park Avenue
Titusville, FL 32780

Dear Mr. Needelman,

I am in receipt of Charlene Amos’ email, and am once again writing to insist that I owe the Brevard Clerk of Court nothing in connection with 05-2004-DR-006668:

1) When this matter came before the court, the Florida Legislature had clerks collecting $50 fees to declare indigence … $50 that I didn’t have. The intent behind the punitive fee – unique to Florida – was to make it easier for slumlords to neglect reasonable repairs, easier for insurance companies to deny legitimate claims, easier – in general – for the well-represented rich to prey upon Florida’s pro se poor. The fee was a backdoor tax remitted in part to the General Fund, and it was excessive. And not unexpected. It is no secret that Florida forever smiles on agricultural slavery, and newly has the nation’s most restrictive, Jim Crow felon rights restoration process (and it indeed follows that it’s the nation’s most expensive felon rights restoration process). [http://www.gainesville.com/article/20120718/OPINION/120719618/-1/opinion?Title=The-case-for-ex-felon-voting-rights-restoration&tc=ar]

2) There were no legitimate services court rendered to me by Brevard; Judge Moxley caused “re-openings” by not performing case management and moving matters forward. Moxley did not follow the law to protect me from perjury, obstruction, theft, fraud, intimidation, abuse of process etc., per my Motion for Sanctions and left me in danger from Terence Schoof per his 2001 Jane-Doe-in-the-making false police report, which another of Schoof’s perjuries attributed authorship of to a Melbourne Police Department officer, despite it clearly being in Schoof’s distinctive handwriting. Norm Wolfinger’s office was and is content, per correspondence from Wayne Holmes, with Moxley’s malice and incompetence as it personally affects me, just as Wolfinger’s has been content for decades with every innocent Moxley framed as a prosecutor.

3) Given the glaring perjuries in Terence Schoof’s initial filing, court-ordered mediation – on my $40 – was a shake-down that additionally cost me a day’s wages and put me at risk of more stress-engendered seizures. I had challenged those initial perjuries through Schoof’s attorney – in writing – prior to their being filed. Among other glaring lies, Schoof maintained I already had everything I wanted from our residence, when in fact he still retains hostile possession of family heirlooms, personal possessions and documents, courtesy of Moxley.

4) F.S. 28.246 is another backdoor tax on vulnerable populations imposed by the legislature; part (5)(a) indicates that the aged amounts with a 40% penalty that you are attempting to collect will have a first priority of remittance to the state’s General Revenue Fund, not the courts. The legislature will not pursue legitimate revenue streams, i.e.; collection of Florida sales tax from Internet giants Amazon.com, iTunes, etc., although those legitimate revenue streams would help level the playing field for Florida brick and mortar businesses, and although other states are already having Internet giants collect sales tax. [http://www.criminallawyerjacksonville.co/0028.246.html]

5) Narratives do not establish lawful indebtedness … they are not a valid representation of a collection of accepted “four corners” accounting documents. Only a jaded judge would favor narratives aimed at questionable revenue collection … a judge like Moxley, who was named by the St. Petersburg Times as being one of Florida’s “double-dippers,” collecting pension and salary simultaneously, after a significant lump-sum payout. [http://www.tampabay.com/specials/2008/interactives/retirement-loophole/]

6) I seldom battle for my interests alone … while my drivers license is safe due to my case being civil rather than criminal traffic, there is a concerted, multi-prong, election-year and forever-after effort to deprive Democrats of voting rights, and those with traffic violation “indebtedness” to Florida courts of the inability to rapidly restore their drivers licenses will deprive them of picture ID that smoothes the voting process. That collections are a concerted effort is evidenced by a web survey of clerks on Florida Clerks of Court Operations Corporation website in connection with F.S. 28.246. [http://www.flccoc.org/CollectionAgentSurvey.html]

7) One Florida court clerk outsourcing collections is one too many. The value to Floridians of putting Pennsylvanians back to work is nearly non-existent, hinging on those Pennsylvanians choosing to vacation here.

8) Florida’s Legislature does not collect the fines it assesses on its members for ethics violations … the state has written off hundreds of thousands of dollars in these fines after little (or no) effort to collect them. Unless and until the Legislature reverses course and collects those fines regardless of age – plus 40% – it has no foundation to authorize court clerks to collect aged indebtedness with 40% tacked on. Theirs is not hip-deep hypocrisy, it is total emersion hyposcrisy. [http://www.thefloridacurrent.com/article.cfm?id=28119192]

9) To insist on referring to me as Schoof has no basis in law; it is akin to your pretending an inability to put Gary Bennett’s appeal on your eFACTS website, a claim you later disproved via placing Bennett’s information on eFACTS. Under the circumstances stated to the court in 05-2004-DR-006668, addressing me as Schoof is harassment: my last name only became Schoof because of Terence Schoof’s serial premarital frauds, including the failure to disclose the sale of his personal residence and continuing – for years – to unequally contribute to household expenses via claims of nonexistent repair, mortgage, utility and tax obligations, likely while collecting hidden incomes as the property manager for the new owners group, as he still had – and used – keys to enter the residence, and accepted tenant’s phone calls.

Tallahassee’s heightening oppression of already-distressed Floridians is not contagious; it is either bought-into or fought, and no one should be fighting it harder than you. It is likely that Brevard will prove to have more false convictions – per capita – than any other county in the nation … your constituents tax dollars have not even ensured their personal safety, for at least three decades running. It would serve your constituents to encourage the Florida Clerks of Court Operations Corporation to legally challenge any participation in harvesting the bitter fruit of backdoor taxes, making it clear to Florida legislators that the Corporation wishes them to pursue legitimate revenue streams that other states are already accessing. It would serve your constituents to encourage the Corporation to exhibit the sense – fiscal and common – of implementing a statewide format for accessing records. It would serve your constituents to encourage any double dippers in your ranks to cease collecting wages and pension benefits simultaneously.

The number of parties I have to Cc: on emails to you in order to defeat Florida’s newest backdoor tax/election interference introduces those parties to humiliating aspects of my life that they had no need to know. In order to keep the paper trail intact, I must then post all the embarrassing disclosures to my blog, so as not to provide myself with privacy that is unavailable to the incarcerated innocents I advocate for. You pass my emails around your office for no discernible reason, which results in my receiving partial, desultory responses from your subordinates that unnecessarily extend the paper trail, backdoor-taxing my patience and frail health.

Don’t outsource your response yet again, Mr. Needelman. Author your own. Your subordinates aren’t running for reelection.

Sincerely,

Susan Chandler

P.S. to PennCredit: Please take the now-belated initiative to cancel any and all contracts that oblige your firm to collect backdoor taxes from Floridians that may interfere with their ability to cast their votes in August primaries and the November presidential election.

From: “Charlene Amos”
Date: July 2, 2012 9:43:02 AM EDT
To: [Susan Chandler]
Cc: “Mitch Needelman” , “Laurie Rice” , “Michael McDaniel” , “Kim Booth” , “Sean Campbell” , “Mitch EarthLink”
Subject: RE: Notice of Collection from PennCredit collection, addressed to Susan Schoof

Dear Ms. Chandler,

I apologize that your questions were not satisfactorily answered in our previous correspondence. I would like to assist you with a further explanation. The statutory authority that authorizes and requires the clerk of court to pursue the collection of unpaid debts, including the collection fee of 40 percent, is F.S. 28.246(6).

The two $50 filing fees totaling $100.00 were legally assessed to your case per F.S. 28.241 when you filed motions on 10/26/2006 and 12/16/2006.

Also, you expressed concerns regarding Penn Credit’s Notice of Collection letter which contains a clause regarding suspension of driving privileges. Please disregard this clause because the suspension of driving privileges does not apply to unpaid civil filing fee debts.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.

Thank you,
Charlene Amos
Compliance & Collections
Office of Mitch Needelman,
Brevard County Clerk of Courts
(321) 637-6500 X-49129
charlene.amos@brevardclerk.us

P Please consider the planet before printing this email.

From: Susan Chandler
Date: June 27, 2012 4:51:16 PM EDT
To: Mitch.Needelman@brevardclerk.us
Cc: inquiries@penncredit.com, Rick.Scott@eog.myflorida.com, FL_GOV Inspector General , Tampa Division , miami@ic.fbi.gov, ASKDOJ , darren_achord@rubio.senate.gov, jennifer_solomon@billnelson.senate.gov, Senator Mike Haridopolos , Speaker Cannon , mreed@floridatoday.com
Subject: Notice of Collection from PennCredit collection, addressed to Susan Schoof

The Honorable Mitch Needelman
Brevard County Clerk of the Court
700 S Park Avenue
Titusville, FL 32780-4015

Dear Mr. Needelman,

I am writing in response to Ms. McGrory email of June 19th and Ms. Nix email of June 20th, in further protest of alleged indebtedness of $140. I maintain that I owe nothing.

Ms. Nix email attempted to establish 5.5-year-old indebtedness through a narrative, making no explanation of what legal authority allows a usurious 40% markup. She indicated that this anything-but-established debt would be hostilely pursued under a no-longer-legal name, which does not obligate the post office to achieve delivery.

As previously addressed, as a result of the Legislature’s temporary backdoor tax on vulnerable populations via a punitive $50 fee to declare indigence, the case record resoundingly reflects that I received no legitimate court services in connection with fees I paid in good faith to the Brevard County Clerk of Court, as the trier-of-fact was Judge John Dean Moxley, whose untenable trial behaviors date back to his framing innocents with charlatan dog handler John Preston in the early 1980′s, which only partly reveal his lawlessness, as you well know.

In that regard, I addressed, stamped and mailed two letters to Florida Supreme Court Justice Fred Lewis in his proper legal name in the autumn of 2006 … and therefore have every reason to believe that the post office achieved delivery of both. The original – if memory serves – was dated October 26. The second one sent – again if memory serves – had my handwritten “Second Request” added to the top of the letter. That second copy appears below the pdf of “Legal foes differ on dog’s nose.” It requests emergency relief for being denied reasonable expectations from two Florida courts under state and federal laws:
1. Expectation of having safe, uninterrupted possession of one’s home, papers, and personal possessions is reasonable under the 14th Amendment.

2. Expectation of being protected from undue stress, when afflicted by a stress disorder, is reasonable under the ADA.

3. Expectation of being protected from theft, perjury, obstruction, abuse of process and deliberate duress is reasonable under existing Florida statutes.

4. Expectation of equitable distribution of martial assets is reasonable under existing Florida statutes.

5. Expectation of attorney candor before the Court is reasonable under Florida Bar Ethics Codes.

6. Expectation of candor from the Court is reasonable under Florida Judicial Canons.

Not one of those reasonable expectations has been delivered upon to date. Over and above the court fees I paid, each penny I pay in Florida sales tax is a fresh fraud upon me. I am in no way unique … Brevard may well prove to have our nation’s most corrupt courts. In eight years of innocence advocacy, I haven’t occasioned upon any other county in the U.S. with as many knowingly-clouded convictions.

It occurs to me that there may be more to your office’s sudden interest in “collecting” than possible retaliation for my confronting you over you temporarily burying Gary Bennett’s record, as previously addressed. If your office is badgering a great number of people who owe little or nothing from so long ago that they’ve retained no proof of payment (many of whom may have never owed anything but for the temporary $50 fee to declare indigence), it may be all about keeping likely Democrats from the polls, which a 40% markup would certainly help achieve.

Printed on PennCredit’s Notice of Collection: “PLEASE NOTE only if your license has been suspended: After your payment of the amount due has been processed by the Brevard County Clerk of Court, you must go to either the Brevard County Clerk of Court’s Office or your local Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Office and pay any applicable fees to have your license reinstated. You are responsible for the reinstatemt of your license or driving privileges.”

No valid license means no valid picture ID … no valid picture ID means a great deal of difficulty voting. As you know, Governor Scott destroyed Governor Crist’s semi-automated parole process. Rights restoration now requires a Jim Crow five-year minimum, and will keep perhaps keep a thousand or more Democrats away from the polls – with Floridians footing the bill for the monumental, entirely unnecessary accounting costs. Only two other states make rights restoration such a ridiculous, race-biased process … both Southern. Scott is also engaged in a “voter purge” that many election supervisors and the Justice Department find to be baseless. Related suits will again be at a ridiculous cost to Floridians.

It is up to the Justice Department to discover if there is a pattern of Florida court clerks – immediately before an election – making it exceedingly difficult for their cash-strapped constituents (who typically vote Democratic) to have valid picture ID by the first Tuesday in November.

A Google search of “county clerk collection FL” seems to suggest there is (link below).

My copying PennCredit serves to notify them that your office is attempting to solicit dishonestly assessed debt from 5.5 years ago, substantiated only with a narrative, unconscionably marked-up by 40%, under a no-longer-legal name, all in what may be yet another prong of a concerted, unethical effort to keep Democrats away from the polls in November. It is my hope that PennCredit’s Mission Statement and Vision Statement mean a great deal to them, and that I will hear from them very soon.

Your selection of non-local enterprises for debt collection and employee leasing made it all more likely that legitimate debt owed the court will remain uncollected, Mr. Needelman … having a job is key to satisfying one’s debt obligations. And eating. And keeping a roof over one’s head. And remaining a law-abiding citizen, according to Indian River County Sheriff Loar. In a speech before local Democrats, Loar illustrated his point of unemployment causing increases in first-time crime with an accounting of the arrest of a formerly upstanding citizen for attempting to steal a cart of groceries for his family. According to Google, in-county debt collection enterprises include Associated Credit and Collection on Eyster Boulevard in Rockledge and Advanced Collection Bureau on Cogswell Street in Rockledge, and in-county employee leasing enterprises include First Financial Employee Leasing on Minton Road in Palm Bay and The Job Place, Inc on Julia Street in Titusville.

You would best serve Brevard by taking your name off the ballot, sir.

Sincerely,

Susan Chandler

http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=county+clerk+collection+notice&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8#hl=en&client=safari&rls=en&sclient=psy-ab&q=county+clerk+collection+agency+FL&oq=county+clerk+collection+agency+FL&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_l=serp.3…539749.548747.1.549244.27.18.0.0.0.0.0.0..0.0…0.0.y1vr6CO6zpo&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=fb84fe62abac3a2d&biw=1233&bih=631

There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root. ~ Henry David Thoreau

From: “Summer Nix”
Date: June 20, 2012 3:27:48 PM EDT
To: “Mitch Needelman” , [Susan Chandler]
Cc: , “FL_GOV Inspector General” , “Tampa Division” , , “ASKDOJ” , , , “Charlene Amos” , “Kim Booth” , “Aetna Brannen”
Subject: RE: Notice of Collection from PennCredit collection, addressed to Susan Schoof

Good afternoon Ms. Susan Chandler,

I have researched your case 05-2004-DR-006668-XXXX-XX and I am showing a balance of $100.00, not including the collection fee.

On 10/26/2006 a Motion to Hear Respondents Second Emergency Motion for Civil Contempt/Enforcement Attorney Sanctions and Other Relief Ex Parte was filed via facsimile by Susan Chandler at 321 Monarch Lane Fort Pierce FL 34946, which a reopen filing fee was assessed. A notice of payment due of $50.00 was mailed out on 10/31/2006 to the same address mentioned above.

On 12/13/2006 a Ex Parte Emergency Motion for Relief was filed by Susan Adeline Chandler at 2703 N Federal Hwy Fort Pierce FL 34946, which a reopen filing fee was assessed. A notice of payment due of $50.00 was mailed out on 12/13/2006 to the same address mentioned above.

These notices never came back to us undeliverable.

We did receive a change of address via facsimile on 11/19/2007 and then another change of address via facsimile on 04/14/2010. Since the notices mailed on 10/31/2006 and 12/13/2006 were not returned to us, we took no further action when we received the subsequent change of addresses.

The case was filed under T J Schoof vs S A Schoof and the names will remain as per the original filing.

If you need any additional information, please let me know.

Thank you,

Summer Nix
Compliance & Collections
Office of Mitch Needelman
Brevard County Clerk of Court
(321) 637-5413 Ext: 49446
Fax: (321) 264-5228
summer.nix@brevardclerk.us

From: “Mitch Needelman”
Date: June 19, 2012 9:49:35 PM EDT
To: [Susan Chandler]
Cc: , “FL_GOV Inspector General” , “Tampa Division” , , “ASKDOJ” , , , “Summer Nix” , “Charlene Amos” , “Kim Booth”
Subject: FW: Notice of Collection from PennCredit collection, addressed to Susan Schoof

Greetings Ms. Chandler:

Thank you for contacting the office of Mitch Needelman, Brevard County Clerk of Courts. The Clerk appreciates your concerns and asked me to respond on his behalf.

Please note I am including the Compliance and Collections Staff on this email. Someone will review your case and contact you soon.

Again, thank you for contacting the office of Mitch Needelman, Clerk.

Have a wonderful day!

Many Thanks,
Renee’ McGrory
Executive Assistant to
Mitch Needelman, Clerk

“Our mission is to provide superior customer service to all those we serve. As a Public Trustee, the Clerk will diligently perform the duties and functions of this office, always keeping a focus on the rights of the individual citizen.” ~~Taylor Sakuma

From: Susan Chandler
Date: June 16, 2012 4:30:46 PM EDT
To: Mitch.Needelman@brevardclerk.us
Cc: Rick.Scott@eog.myflorida.com, FL_GOV Inspector General , Tampa Division , miami@ic.fbi.gov, ASKDOJ , darren_achord@rubio.senate.gov, jennifer_solomon@billnelson.senate.gov
Subject: Notice of Collection from PennCredit collection, addressed to Susan Schoof

The Honorable Mitch Needelman
Brevard County Clerk of the Court
700 S Park Avenue
Titusville, FL 32780-4015

Dear Mr. Needelman,

I am writing in regards to a Notice of Collection from PennCredit recevied today seeking payment of $140 in overdue court costs.

The balance of my sole account with the Brevard County Clerk of Court was adjusted to zero years ago, when I pointed out that I had been billed separately by the Clerk for the same amount on the same day, once as Susan Schoof, once as Susan Chandler.

The adjustment and zero balance is borne out by your eFACT’s website at the very bottom of the pdf’d page below.

At the time this suit was filed, Florida was the only state in the union charging court fees to declare indigence, and not a nominal sum … it was $50.

If I had had the $50 to make it of record that I did not have $50, I would have never owed the court a cent in connection with the case. The heinousness of charging fees to declare indigence was compounded by the courts not retaining the fees in full – part of the proceeds went to the state, which made indigence fees a backdoor tax on Florida’s most vulnerable populations. I strenuously objected to indigence fees and other court fee/backdoor taxes to Governor Crist via email, copying my representatives. It is my understanding that indigence fees are no longer collected.

Nowhere on the pdf’d eFACT document below does the amount of $140 show.

The eFACTS site also accurately reflects that my name is Susan Chandler, not Susan Schoof, and that I changed my address in a timely manner. Twice.

Notifications of any indebtedness could and should have been sent to me prior to engaging a collection agency.

Because the amount of $140 does not show in your records, and because my name is not Schoof, and because your office has continually known my whereabouts and made no contact regarding allegedly years-old indebtedness, it appears that indebtedness was randomly invented for purposes of harassment, likely in response for my advocacy for incarcerated innocents that began of record with Governor Bush before Wilton Dedge’s 2004 exoneration and will continue until every last frame-up I’m aware of is undone.

Engaging an out-of-state firm to participate in apparent retaliatory harassment may have increased the seriousness of its nature.

On July 5, 2011, I sent you an email that included the following: “Sir, if you can comprehend that it’s homicidal to slip a fragile diabetic a sugar-filled rather than sugar-free Coke, and homicidal to run through a coronary intensive care unit screaming “bomb!” at the top of your lungs when there isn’t one, then you have sufficient intellect to understand that it’s homicidal to heap deliberate duress on someone with epilepsy.” The subject of that email was, “Again … Gary Stanley Bennett is alive, his case file should be, too [05-1983-CF--2375-AXXX-XX].”

Both Bennett and I have volatile epilepsy, and are subject to stress-engendered, life-threatening seizures. Just as your office’s temporarily burying Bennett’s record was stressful for him on top of his 28 year-long wrongful incarceration, it is stressful for me to be addressed by Schoof, reminding me that Terence Schoof’s 2001 false police report clarified his intention of making me a Jane Doe in a coroners office, an intention that likely still consumes him, given that his frauds and perjuries remain clear, including the perjuries attributing authorship of the police report to a Melbourne PD officer, although in Schoof’s handwriting. If I wake up with bruised knees and another broken tooth tomorrow because of a nocturnal seizure, it will be from receipt of PennCredit’s Notice of Collection and nothing else. If I don’t wake up ever again because of a nocturnal seizure, it will be from receipt of Penn Credit’s Notice of Collection and nothing else.

I therefore trust that you will immediately notify PennCredit that there is no Susan Schoof and no $140 debt, and request that they notify me by email that they have adjusted their records accordingly. If this is not a singular “error,” and others owing the court nothing have heard from PennCredit, I trust that you will make sure that they, too, are promptly notified that corrections have been made.

Sincerely,

Susan Chandler

P.S. directed to the Cc:d parties:

I have written to Florida Attorney General Bondi and asked her to fulfill her campaign promise to investigate all Florida convictions achieved using dog handler John Preston. The FBI and DoJ should concurrently investigate dog handler convictions achieved using handlers now known to be charlatans, including Preston, Keith Pikett and others that the FBI or other federal agencies used.

In the meantime, Gary Bennett should be released on recognizance pending full pardon. There is likely no dog handler frame-up more obvious than his, achieved one full year after Preston was found a fraud in Dale Sutton’s Ohio federal case.

A January 30, 1984 Sentinel article about Bennett, “Legal foes differ on value of dog’s nose,” copied below, misstates the date of Sutton’s conviction and obscures the fact that Preston was definitively found a fraud in December of 1982, with Sutton released in January of 1983.

In later issuing an opinion on Sutton’s request for damages, the federal court stated, “Sutton alleges, and the government does not now contest, that during the course of Sutton’s trial Preston testified untruthfully as to his credentials, background, and training, and as to the abilities and ancestry of his German shepherd, Harass II.”

That single sentence obliges you all to get very busy, very fast.

November 8, 2006

The Honorable Chief Justice Fred Lewis
500 South Duval Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1925

Re: 05-2004-DR-006668, 05-2001-MM-057988 Brevard 18th Circuit
56-2006-CA-52, St. Lucie 19th Circuit

Dear Justice Lewis:

I read a September 10th St. Petersburg Times editorial that addressed your dismay over court practices in some districts and detailed some of the actions you took to correct what you had discovered. Because what I have encountered may be germane to the issues in that editorial, I write to request that you have someone from your office obtain and read the records for the above cases, obtaining related Melbourne and Palm Bay police reports, and comparing sentencing in 2001-MM-057988 to others arrested in the sting.

Your website says that you cannot discuss these matters with me and can only accept comments. My comments to support the reasons for your office to expend the effort and expense of reviewing the above cases include:

1. Expectation of having safe, uninterrupted possession of one’s home, papers, and personal possessions is reasonable under the 14th Amendment.

2. Expectation of being protected from undue stress, when afflicted by a stress disorder, is reasonable under the ADA.

3. Expectation of being protected from theft, perjury, obstruction, abuse of process and deliberate duress is reasonable under existing Florida statutes.

4. Expectation of equitable distribution of martial assets is reasonable under existing Florida statutes.

5. Expectation of attorney candor before the Court is reasonable under Florida Bar Ethics Codes.

6. Expectation of candor from the Court is reasonable under Florida Judicial Canons.

Please act with haste if you can and will; I am about to become a homeless homeowner again, on October 31st. If you need any additional information from me, please request it via email at studio8@infionline.net. I have difficulty following and participating in conversation under stress. Thank you.

Respectfully,

Susan Chandler
flight residence: 321 Monarch Lane, Fort Pierce, FL 34946 – (772) 468-8765
legal residence: 1223 Rivermont Drive, Melbourne, FL 32935

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Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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