An open letter to @RepMurphyFL re dirty dozen emails

Dear Representative Murphy,

Today, you emailed another response to a petition I signed, making 52 in all since you took office.

Your first 39 responses either bore my correct home address (or no address at all).

Twelve out of last thirteen emailed petition responses you’ve sent me bore an address that is miles away from me, and a middle initial that isn’t mine.

I know there are other Susan Chandlers on Florida’s Treasure Coast – I’ve run into confusion at doctors offices and the library, and noted another Susan Chandler on the St Lucie County Property Appraiser’s website. If one of these women lives at the address that you’ve used a dozen times as mine, you have recklessly endangered her.

I do not limit my activism to signing other people’s petitions, and seldom stick to petition scripts if offered an opportunity to edit them before hitting “submit,” often addressing the issues that have made innumerable powerful enemies in several states as well as Washington D.C. in over ten years of persistently fighting Color of Law behaviors that keep innocents incarcerated and justice unavailable even in civil matters.

Each petition you’ve received that bears my name provides my correct address. It’s required. My middle initial is not required … ever. And I haven’t provided it, except in objecting to your staff about using the wrong middle initial.

As your responses to petition I’ve signed are “canned,” it requires effort to alter my address and assign a middle initial.

I politely asked your staff – twice – to use my correct address and middle initial (below), and did not receive a reply either time.

Now I’m not asking anything: I’m insisting that you find and fire the person or persons who are going out of their way to make me uncomfortable with concerns about another person’s safety, and then let me know that you have done so. If making me uncomfortable was your very own idea, then I insist that you own up to it, and not just to me, to the House speaker, as well.


Susan Chandler





From: Susan Chandler
Date: March 4, 2014 5:08:56 PM EST
To: Patrick Murphy <>
Subject: Compromised Identity

Dear Representative Murphy,

You’ve emailed me yet another letter with the wrong middle initial and wrong address.

Compromised and/or stolen identities are important to all of your constituents. They are particularly important to your constituents who are battling public corruption, whose numbers are growing.

Please heed my request of February 28th, below. Thank you.

Susan A Chandler


From: Susan Chandler
Date: February 28, 2014 4:41:30 PM EST
To: Patrick Murphy <>
Subject: Re: Mandi just called

Dear Representative Murphy,

Earlier today, you emailed a letter to me.

It changed my name from Susan * Chandler to Susan * Chandler, and changed my address from *********, Fort Pierce, 34946 to ***** N Hwy A1A, Apt ***, Fort Pierce, 34949.

As I am apparently experiencing hacking problems that I’m trying to work out, concentrating on Twitter today, I would very much appreciate you looking into the matter as soon as possible.

I am an innocence advocate and regularly tangle with federal agencies, agencies that have neither reason nor right to access my electronic information by extraordinary means in order to more easily continue coverups that keep innocents incarcerated, and killers on the streets – defrauding and endangering taxpayers.

Please let me know what you find out, quickly. Thank you.

Susan * Chandler

On Feb 28, 14, at 2:21 PM, Patrick Murphy wrote:


I just got a call from Mandi, and she let me know that we’re so close to our crucial February goal, but not quite there yet. If we want to make sure there isn’t a new Allen West this November, then we can’t afford to miss this goal.

Can you take a moment to contribute before midnight? Your urgent response is needed – and all gifts before the deadline will be matched. Donate here:

Thank you,


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About Susan Chandler

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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3 Responses to An open letter to @RepMurphyFL re dirty dozen emails

  1. If contributions to FoPM are not tax-deductible why would anyone much less rich supporters want to contribute? (Or are they only non-deductible for poor folk LOL) Very good points you have made and hopefully they will fix their glitches which assign mistaken identities. It’s a good bet you aren’t the only one this has happened to. I will have to watch my own email responses to petitions in
    the future.


    • Hope I’m the only one it happened to, Karen … I had my credit card number stolen @2001 and went through the rigamarole with police, prosecutors and the thief. Although I now reserve freaking out for things like your brother Gary’s 30-year-old frame-up, I understand how something seemingly so simple as mixing up addresses and middle initials could be absolutely unnerving for someone who’d already been ID burned. Funny how some politicians simply add me to their database of potential donors when I request assistance in undoing public corruption. Prefer they’d just stonewall me, like the rest – it seems more honestly dishonest.


  2. Haven’t heard from @RepMurphyFL, so I Tweeted a reminder that I’m waiting for a response.


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