Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney Patrick Frey has made public statements on his blog claiming that at some point this year I “serially harassed” someone of his acquaintance via email. I maintain that I did no such thing. In fact, I asked that any correspondence purporting to be from me that engages in (as Frey described it) “unhinged” “harassment” be released and reprinted, because I further maintain that any correspondence purporting to be from me that meets Frey’s description did not come from me.
Frey has also stated publicly that, according to my supposed harassment victim(s) — whom he claims to believe (thus far with no public reservations) — said victims engaged an attorney to draft and send to me a cease and desist letter. I maintain that I never received such a letter nor refused such a letter, either via regular mail or through email (though in the latter case, I’d need to know the email address of the attorney who sent the letter to make certain it didn’t get caught up in the spam filter).
If such a crime has indeed been committed, as Frey and his victim maintain it has been — and I did not send emails to anyone matching the description of these crimes as they have been described to me — I’m forced to conclude either that Frey and his victim are being dishonest and have been making false accusations (DDA Frey has since publicly accused me of editing my sent email folder to remove traces of the victim’s identity — something I also emphatically deny); or else someone has stolen my identity and has used it in the course of “serial harassment,” a crime in California.
Therefore it follows that both Frey and the supposed victim are potentially protecting an identity thief in the commission of his crime against me. I have asked DDA Frey for the contact information of the attorney who supposedly sent me the cease and desist order. I also called for the letter to be re-sent to the email address posted on my contact page; and I have tried to get information from Frey about how the original order was sent and to where it was sent, because either piece of information could potentially help determine the origin of this serial harassment, and perhaps lead to the apprehension of an identity thief and serial harasser whom Frey himself has described as “unhinged.”
As many of you know, Deb Frisch, who has long sought to injure me and my family, has many times in the past launched email attacks — and just recently was arrested in Lane County OR for impersonating an Oregon state official via email. Of course, my not having the dates and times of the harassing emails I supposedly sent to Frey’s acquaintance makes it difficult for me to check those dates and times against Frisch’s incarceration schedule.
DDA Frey has access to that information but will not release it. Though I have asked repeatedly.
Question: as an officer of the court, is DDA Frey not ethically bound to release information he now knows was used in the course of a crime? Should a DDA be potentially protecting a cyber-criminal and stalker simply because he was quick to make unfounded accusations against me, and doesn’t wish to have to walk back those accusations?
Anyone? Because I’m not a lawyer. Hell, I didn’t even know the difference between a cease and desist order and a cease and desist letter until just yesterday. If you can believe that.