My Third Novel's Conclusion, My Heartbreak

My heart begins to break when I think about completing this particular book -- because this narrative has sustained me like no other story I've known. It's both more personal and more universal than my other works. But beyond memory and archetype, it's a cri-de-coeur about needing to become the person one is destined to be. And in the writing, I have met my own life's work, my own fated journey -- having the sense all the while that the pages are suffused with a resonance, an energy, an electrified field that defies explanation. Writers hope and pray to be overtaken by a work in this way -- to be conscripted into passionate service of a profound story. To experience it even once in a lifetime seems a great privilege. I still have several months before this novel is complete, and this constitutes my reprieve. Because I'm not ready for the beauty to end.




Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Does the FBI Believe That Whistleblowers of Its Misconduct Are Not Entitled to Medical Care?

Yesterday morning, I traveled to the Palo Alto Medical Foundation in order to obtain a copy of the ultrasound order that Dr. Robyn Preising specified should be fulfilled "immediately" when I saw her in PAMF Urgent Care on June 25, 2022.

Due to threats I have received from FBI affiliates concerning a "staged car accident," I caravanned behind
my husband's vehicle on the way to PAMF and on the way home as well.

My multiple email communications to Ana Tuifua in the Privacy Office at Sutter Health have been unanswered.

And my email to Patient Relations at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, included below, has remained unanswered as well.

These communications failures on PAMF's part are concerning.  It would seem to the casual observer that PAMF's role as a signatory to Infragard has served to create an immense conflict of interest for this health provider.

Is the national security interest ever served by the FBI's obstruction of fundamental privacy and safety in the health care of law-abiding Americans?

I believe the answer is no.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is true and correct.




Lane MacWilliams

Sent: Thursday August 11, 2022 at 5:55 pm From: lmacwilliams7417@gmail.com, with duplicate email sent from lanemacwilliams@gmail.com To: pamfpatientrelations@sutterhealth.org

Dear Patient Relations Team:

There are currently at least two internal investigations ongoing within PAMF regarding my attempt to  access safe and private care within PAMF's auspices.

Briefly, I stand as an FBI whistleblower pertaining to a matter of corruption of several FBI programs, including the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative and the FBI's affiliated "target of interest" program.  Unfortunately, it appears that agents with far-right affiliations within the FBI may be actively engaging in the aggregation and dissemination of falsified law enforcement reporting for anti-democratic objectives.

These violations of the Constitution are currently being investigated at the federal level by the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice, who will receive a copy of this communication.

It is important for you to understand that the Palo Alto Medical Foundation is signatory to Infragard, the FBI's civilian organization.  Because it appears that the FBI has routinely violated patient privacy and confidentiality laws in demanding access to the medical records of "targets of interest," and because it appears the FBI/Infragard have been in contact the Dr. Winona Tan's office and PAMF's Ultrasound Department with demands to violate my privacy and safety -- PAMF's Ethics and Compliance Office and Sutter Health's Privacy Office are conducting investigations into what has gone wrong here.

In addition, the Office of the Inspector tor General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ may have been in contact with PAMF physicians in the course of conducting its own investigation.

Ana Tuifua, in Sutter Health's Privacy Office, was supposed to contact me within one week of my phone conversation with her.  That has not transpired, and my access to safe and private medical care has been delayed as a result.

What needs to happen at this point?

1.  Full disclosure of the conflicts of interest that have been present as the result of Infragard extending pay, disinformation, and unlawful directives to PAMF medical service providers.

2.  Immediate communication with me concerning the status of the ongoing internal investigations within PAMF.

3.  If PAMF cannot immediately provide a protocol that will assure me of my safety and privacy in being treated within its auspices, PAMF needs to explain why.

I am requesting immediate follow up by email, please.  The actions of PAMF in placing monetary and political relationships with far-right elements within the FBI over and above patient privacy and safety cannot be supported in light of their violations of state and federal law.

Thank you for your prompt handling of this matter.

Lane MacWilliams




Monday, August 15, 2022

Why Is the FBI Denying My Access to Medical Care?

The FBI is in the process of denying my access to private and safe medical care.

The result of the agency's contact with the Ultrasound Department at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, as well as with my physician, Winona Tan, directly, is that there are two investigations underway -- one in the Ethics and Compliance Office, the other in the Privacy Office of Sutter Health.

And still, no one has contacted me to say "We are prioritizing your health care in both safety and privacy.  Please come in to have testing and see your physician without further delay.  These are the ways in which we plan to ensure your safety and privacy, given your role as an FBI whistleblower."

To add to my concern, my online physician service, PlushCare, sent me an email last week to announce its updated "Terms of Use."

I emailed PlushCare administrators (info@plushcare.com) on Wednesday, August 10, 2022.  That communication is posted herewith:


For ease of reading, my letter states, in part, the following:

I am concerned about your updated Terms of use regarding the following:

  •     medical record forwarding as required by applicable state and federal law
Because it appears that the FBI has routinely violated patient privacy and confidentiality laws in demanding access to the medical records of "targets of interest," I would like to know whether PlushCare or its parent company Accolade are signatory to Infragard.  If so, I assume that PluschCare and/or Accolade have agreed to accept pay from Infragard in return for forwarding the private medical records of those designated (unlawfully, I might add) as "targets of interest" by the FBI/Infragard.

I need to ask PlushCare and Accolade for explicit clarification of any relationships to Infragard and/or the FBI whatsoever.

I am a law-abiding American citizen who is seeking private and skilled medical care --- emphasis on the word private.

If I desired to invite the FBI into my clinical appointments, I would surely do so.

Despite the fact that FBI agents who have been corrupted by the far right wield badges and the public trust, I have not invited them into my clinical medical care appointments for the reason that they have shown themselves utterly unworthy of that privilege.  As an FBI whistleblower, my medical care is not a matter of national security.  It is a matter for my physician and myself.  A private matter.

Consequently, I request your immediate clarification of PlushCare/Accolade's relationships to the FBI/Infragard.  Beyond this, should any relationship to Infragard exist, I would appreciate knowing when this was initiated.  Your privacy policy appears to have been recently altered, as does your liability policy.  Taken together, these policy changes raise the alarm, frankly.

I look forward to your prompt reply.

Sincerely,
Lane MacWilliams

In this communication, I am posing questions that should be easy for a health care company to answer, frankly.

Do you prioritize patient care over and above any possible remuneration from the FBI?

Do you guarantee my privacy and my safety in accessing that care?

PlushCare's failure to respond specifically to these questions, alongside the silence of the Palo Alto Medical Foundation's Ana Tuifua and others, leads me to harbor profound concerns about the FBI's apparent protocol of separating law-abiding Americans from safe and private medical care simply because the FBI has wrongfully alleged that there is just cause for their having been designated "targets of interest."

Law-abiding American citizens should not be mischaracterized as "targets of interest" under any circumstances.

The FBI's intent in this case seems to surpass malice and reckless endangerment to reveal itself as something altogether more extreme:  the knowing and willful deprivation of appropriate medical care to law-abiding American citizens.

All of this begs the question:  how many "targets of interest" is the FBI assailing in this manner?

Is it Christopher Wray's contention that contributing Democrats and journalists are unworthy of access to safe and private medical care?

Does his opinion outweigh state and federal laws mandating that patient privacy and safety should be upheld at all times?

When law-abiding American citizens such as myself ask the FBI for materials responsive to their Freedom of Information Act requests, are they told, as I was told, that they will need to wait at least four and a half years to receive those materials?

Are we certain that their medical issues can be neglected for four and a half years without harm?

I don't think we are.

And so, I would ask for appropriate intervention in this matter from those who oversee FBI conduct.

No one should be blocked from access to safe and private medical care because they stand as a whistleblower in the service of their nation.

I believe the American public would agree.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is true and correct,







Lane MacWilliams



Phone Documentation/Postal Documentation for Mailing to IG Michael E. Horowitz

OIG Hotline, please be aware that my husband Ken MacWilliams left a voice message for "Monica" in  Dr. William Vaughan's office last night (phone number: 650-399-4630) with the following content:

"Monica, my name is Ken MacWilliams.  You left a voicemail for my wife Lane MacWilliams last week concerning a permission for Dr. Winston Vaughan to speak to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice concerning an ongoing investigation.

Should you have any questions about this document, please email my wife at lanemacwilliams@gmail.com or write her a letter with signature confirmation of receipt to 45 Vista Verde Way, Portola Valley, CA. 94028."

This voicemail was audio recorded for documentation purposes.

Secondly, my husband attempted to leave a message within the office of "Suzanne Harris," who also called last week, stating that she was contacting me on behalf of "Stanford Health Care."

To his surprise, despite the late hour, which was near midnight, Suzanne Harris answered the "Stanford Health Care" number she had left on my voicemail: (650) 850-1781.  It turns out that this number is in actuality her cell phone.

My husband and I found it puzzling, to say the least, that a staff member working for Stanford Health Care would leave her personal cell phone number when asking a member of the public about formal documentation.

My husband expressed to Suzanne Harris that she left a voicemail for his wife Lane MacWilliams concerning a document pertaining to an ongoing investigation by the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ -- and further, that any questions about that document should be forwarded to Lane MacWilliams through gmail account lanemacwilliams@gmail.com.

This phone conversation was also audio recorded for documentation purposes.

Because my stalker has made repeated threats regarding the intentional release of defamatory material by the FBI and its affiliates, it may be important for the OIG Hotline to communicate with the individuals listed above.

Please know that my three letters to IG Michael E. Horowitz are being sent to him through duplicate means, to ensure his receipt.

I am posting tracking information for that mailing herewith.  The USPS tracking number for these materials is 9405511108036454847751.


 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is true and correct,




Lane MacWilliams





Friday, August 12, 2022

Coerced Denunciations: A Tool of Unjust Authority as Utilized by the FBI

Over recent months, my stalker has often threatened to have my husband unjustly arrested by the FBI for "spying" unless I cease my search for all materials responsive to my Freedom of Information Act request.  (Are the false allegations related to industrial espionage, as he has sometimes alleged? Are they related to other sorts of espionage, as he has sometimes alleged? Who knows?)

To me, it certainly seems as though someone should be arrested.  But given that I and my family are entirely law-abiding, it shouldn't be my husband, my sons, or myself. 

My perspective is as follows:  law enforcement officers who engage in knowingly falsified law enforcement reporting should be charged.  Publicly, lawfully, calmly, thoroughly, judiciously charged.  After that, they should face due process, with all the rights the Constitution affords them.

I realize that the FBI has great difficulty admitting fault.

And yet.

The FBI's "target of interest" program is engaged in egregious crimes involving falsified law enforcement reporting for anti-democratic objectives.

And this, it must be said, is wrong.  Unequivocally, indefensibly, knowingly wrong.

So, I don't want to be hearing from my stalker about false arrest or raids on my home or the manner in which the FBI coerced my gardener into alleging that he witnessed crimes that never happened while leaf-blowing my driveway.

The lives of law-abiding Democrats and journalists are not game pieces with which far right members of the FBI are free to play, causing extensive harms to honorable American citizens with impunity.

The lives of law-abiding Democrats and journalists are their own, according to the Constitution.

Our democracy has granted law abiding Americans that sovereignty, and I don't think Christopher Wray has been lawfully empowered to deprive them of it.

In Wednesday's New York Times, journalists Steve Fisher and Maria Abi-Habib write about the corruption of police in Mexico City, who falsely accuse their targets of everything from homicide to drug possession, unless they can pay exorbitant bribes.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/09/world/americas/mexico-city-police-abuse.html

I have to wonder whether this sort of dystopia is where the United States is headed, given the FBI's as-yet-concealed crimes of falsified law enforcement reporting.

What have I learned from years of being preyed upon by FBI personnel who have been corrupted by the far right?

I have learned that FBI agents in this group readily threaten "informants" that they will "ruin their lives" if they don't comply in signing falsified witness statements implicating "targets of interest" of the crime of the hour -- whatever it happens to be.

Look at the manner in which Ahmad Chebli was told that he and his wife would be falsely accused of "terrorism" if he did not agree to "inform" against his law-abiding friends.  After this episode, Mr. Chebli was placed on the "no-fly list" by the FBI, so we must assume the agency made good on its threat.

https://www.aclu.org/news/national-security/i-refused-to-become-an-fbi-informant-and-the-government-put-me-on-the-no-fly-list

From my perspective, one of the most disturbing parts of this story is that the agents who threatened Mr. Chebli were never charged with a crime.  Those who apparently falsely alleged criminal associations serious enough to place Mr. Chebli on the "no-fly" list were never charged with a crime either.

So, here again, we see federal law enforcement personnel committing crimes with impunity.

Is it worth reminding the public of the crimes committed by FBI agents Jay Abbott and Michael Langeman, who falsified the victim statements of the USA gymnasts while protecting child molester Larry Nassar?

They have not been criminally charged either, though it seems the FBI is more than eager to settle this case with those whom it has harmed in this instance.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/07/28/us/politics/fbi-larry-nassar-lawsuits.html

My question is this:  does the nation really feel safer with criminal FBI agents falsely accusing members of the public of crimes that never occurred?

Do these types of Stasi, secret police crimes really serve the national security interest?

Because I don't believe they do.

In the FBI's style of falsified law enforcement reporting, agency personnel seem to be making abundant use of what I will call coerced denunciations.  This is a Russian tactic, where denunciations obtained under torture and threat have long been common practice.

For an example of this, see Megan Stack's excellent New York Times Essay "In Russia, I Learned, The Threats Were Always Real."  https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/02/opinion/russia-putin-nemtsov.html   Ms. Stack is certainly treated comparatively gently as a foreign journalist, but the implicit threat hangs in the room when her interrogator asks her bluntly, "Will you put Nemtsov behind bars?"

The FBI is not so subtle.

The FBI would like to jail its critics, just like the FSB does.

But the FBI explicitly threatens to "ruin people's lives"  if they do not comply.  And what does that mean?  It means that the FBI is threatening to add one's name to the "target of interest" list, where innocent Americans are implicated of whatever crimes the FBI and its army of contractors and informants care to invent -- all paid for by the national treasury under the pretext of "protecting the democracy."

At first glance, one might reassure oneself with the idea that, if approached by criminal FBI agents, one could easily rebuff them.

But I have just finished reading Stanley Milgram's excellent book, Obedience to Authority, and the alarming fact is that average citizens seldom rebuff authority, even when being directed to harm one another. (The public may remember Milgram's work as the "shock experiments" he undertook while a professor at Yale in the 1960's.  The results, that two-thirds of subjects were willing to cause extreme harm to an innocent person because an authority figure calmly told them to do so, were disturbing, to say the least.)

This loss of autonomy in subjects who were asked to victimize the innocent was distressing to all who witnessed the phenomenon.  The Second World War was not so far removed that Nazism had faded as a societal monstrosity.  Milgram, whose parents, as European Jews, narrowly escaped the death camps by immigrating to the United States in 1938, wondered about the reasons so many otherwise compassionate and honorable people failed in their humanity when faced with Nazi demands.

Milgram concluded that most of us are trained to obey authority, regardless of its origins.  

Yet, in the words of Phillip Zimbardo, who authored the preface, "not all authority is just, fair, moral, and legal, and we are never given any explicit training in recognizing that critical difference between just and unjust authority.  The just one deserves respect and some obedience, maybe even without much questioning, while the unjust variety should arouse suspicion and distress, ultimately triggering acts of challenge and defiance."

Apparently, my gardener failed this test of his humanity, but he did so under coercion.  That makes him a tragic figure, not a trustworthy one.

I suppose I am that rare person who is standing in defiance of far-right members of the FBI who, in their crimes of falsified law enforcement reporting, represent the quintessence of "unjust authority."

There are no "spies" or "terrorists" or "drug dealers" or "predators" among my husband, my sons, or myself.  None.

So, I respectfully ask the FBI to halt the false accusations and produce the materials responsive to my FOIA request in their entirety.

More important than wielding your badges, you have wielded the public trust of our nation.  If you have misused that trust for anti-democratic ends, your malfeasance must lawfully be illuminated by the upholding of the Freedom of Information Act.

That illumination is overdue, most certainly.

Yet, I will welcome the belated truth of this matter, so long as I and my family receive my FOIA materials with our safety preserved.

Thursday, August 11, 2022

On Gratitude

Today, I need to express my abiding gratitude for President Joseph R. Biden, whose courage, fortitude, constancy and integrity have sustained me in every measure -- a leader whose steadfast insistence on the rule of law has protected my life and the lives of those I hold dear.

I also wish to convey my abundant appreciation for the good men and women of the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice, whose insistence on the truth in the course of their labors has defended our democracy with determination, character, bravery and grace.

You are heroes, all.

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Friends, please know that, thanks to you, I am well.  

I will gather additional materials for the Office of the Inspector General Hotline this weekend with the plan of forwarding them early next week.

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Please note:  The confirmation of my fax to IG Michael E. Horowitz is now posted at the conclusion of my post entitled "Letters to Michael E. Horowitz, Office of the Inspector General,  U.S. DOJ," but I include this documentation here as well:




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Phone Consultations with Attorney Nicholas Heimlich

The following confidential communication was faxed to the OIG Hotline of the U.S. DOJ on August 9, 2022 at 10:30 a.m.

In order to ensure receipt, I am including a redacted version herewith.  

I will email the complete document to the OIG Hotline in care of the OIP later today, with details to be posted here.

The redacted content of this communication is transcribed below the document for ease of reading.

Lane MacWilliams

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August 9, 2022

To the Office of the Inspector General Hotline, Investigations Division:

It may assist investigators to know that I recall the majority of my phone conversations with Attorney Nicholas Heimlich in January of 2021 as occurring on my VOIP phone, (650) 530-2679.

This phone, as with my others, was acquired in an attempt to re-establish private communications in my search for an attorney.

Mr. Heimlich called me many, many times on this number immediately prior to my signing his contract, at which point he became quite silent and unreachable.  This contrast in his availability felt like "game-playing" at the time.

Mr. Heimlich asked me some unusual questions about Dr. David Lieberman and my stalker, xxxxxxx xxxx, as well.  ("Can you think of any reason why Dr. Lieberman might hate you?  Do you think Dr. Lieberman knows anyone who hates you?"). he seemed to be luring me into a discussion of my stalker, as opposed to focusing on medical events as objective concerns.  His questions regarding my stalker were also quite odd. ("Do you know of any identifying tattoos your stalker might have?" -- It's worth noting that my stalker had sent me hundreds of messages concerning his tattoos.)

It seems as though Mr. Heimlich was seeking information about both my stalker and Dr. David Lieberman which could be used to mischaracterize or discredit my truthful testimony.

Immediately after I signed my contract with Mr. Heimlich, my stalker sent me a message on my cell phone stating that Mr. Heimlich was "owned by us."  He alleged that Mr. Heimlich had been compromised xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and that therefore his actions could be controlled by others in their entirety.

While I had no means of verifying this information objectively, there seemed a high likelihood that Mr. Heimlich had been in communication with my stalker and Dr. David Lieberman directly.

I did not feel safe in being represented by him, so I cancelled my contract and requested a refund of my deposit.

Most sincerely,






Lane MacWilliams

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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

The Perils of FBI Accounting

ADDENDUM:  A person or persons attempted to break into the garage of my residence in Portola Valley last night.  One of the garage bay doors was partially opened this morning, with one of two supplemental locks removed by hand.  The other supplemental lock, by chance and Grace, jammed in the track mechanism so tightly that it was not removable.

While we have had evidence of trespass on our property previously, corresponding to threats from my stalker, we have never had tangible evidence of an attempted break-in until now.

I believe the FBI and its affiliates, including my stalker, now know that certain evidence accessible to federal investigators will implicate them of their crimes.

Unfortunately, my stalker believes this is the "end of the line" for him, according to his messages to my cell phone yesterday.  His aggression, and that of his associates, seems to be mounting as a result.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is true and correct,




Lane MacWilliams




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My stalker alleges that FBI contractor Justin Q. Tat is still drawing a paycheck for unlawful predation toward my family, but he states that it's being routed through a different account now that the FBI has been told to cease and desist its harassments toward us as law-abiding American citizens.

He further alleges that the man who impersonated "Sarah Morrone," posing as a PG&E service technician when he came to my door, is still drawing his paycheck for unlawful predation toward my family, although that money is directed to him through a concealed FBI account. (PG&E allegedly signed off on this extraordinary appearance at my door of a violent man presenting himself as one of their own employees.)

My stalker calls his colleagues and himself "the magnificent seven" when he discloses to me that this collection of men move rather seamlessly between FBI assignments and assignments directed by Russian-affiliated organized crime.

What am I hoping for in this situation?

Open book accounting, in which the FBI reveals how Justin Q. Tat and "Sarah Morrone" are being paid -- and beyond this, why.

Why would men with Special Forces training be receiving pay from the federal government to cause harm to honorable and law-abiding American citizens?

Because we're contributing Democrats?  Because I stand as a whistleblower concerning falsified reporting perpetrated by the FBI?  Because I refuse to be a passive victim for my stalker, who is, by his own admission, a professional killer?

What else am I hoping for in this situation?

Truth.  Justice.  And a restoration of the character of my country, in which I wholeheartedly, determinedly, faithfully believe.




The Difference Between the OIG Hotline and the OIG

The OIG Hotline Investigations Division is reported to be staffed by those with high character and integrity, who possess an unyielding commitment to the truth.  That's the reason I have extended my trust to this particular group of people, and only to them, in communicating about my concerns regarding the FBI's engagement in falsified law enforcement reporting for anti-democratic objectives.  That's the reason I have extended my permissions to this particular group of people, and only to them, in speaking to my physicians and attorneys, and others in my and my family's acquaintance,  in the interests of furthering their active investigation.

The larger OIG, in contrast to the OIG Hotline, is reported to be a divided office, with certain employees having been corrupted by far-right interests, including those within segments of the FBI.

What happens if individuals controlled by corrupt members of the FBI become responsible for investigating malfeasance within the FBI?

Bad things, certainly.

One might anticipate that, should such corruption hold sway, whistleblowers might be discredited and the truth might be suppressed.

I don't want that to happen, which is why my husband and I wrote to IG Michael E. Horowitz today to make clear to him that only the Investigations Division of the OIG Hotline has our permission to conduct an investigation into the concerns I have raised.  No one else.

I include that letter below, along with its text transcribed for ease of reading.

Lane MacWilliams

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August 10, 2022

Dear Inspector General Horowitz:

Please find attached a letter from the Office of the Inspector General dated April 13, 2022.

In this letter, the OIG's Investigations Division states, "The matters you raised are outside our investigative jurisdiction, therefore no action can be taken by our Office ... Please be advised that this is the only correspondence you will receive from our Office regarding this matter."

Mr. Horowitz, it is noteworthy that I have been corresponding with the OIG Hotline Investigations Division, which is separate and distinct from the OIG Investigations Division -- something I'm certain not many members of the American public know.

I have had no dialogue with the OIG's Investigations Division, and I do not intend to initiate one.

My correspondence is directed to the OIG Hotline's Investigations Division and to that division only.

No one outside of the Investigations Division of the OIG Hotline has my permission to undertake any investigative efforts whatsoever regarding the matters of concern to me.

No one outside of the Investigations Division of the OIG Hotline has my permission to speak to my friends, my family members, my colleagues, my physicians, my attorneys, my neighbors, my acquaintances, my husband's friends, my husband's family members, my husband's colleagues, my husband's physicians, my husband's attorneys, my husband's neighbors, my husband's acquaintances, etc.

I could continue, but perhaps it is possible to see a pattern emerging here.

I assert my claim to privacy and confidentiality in specifying that only the Investigations Division of the OIG Hotline has my permission to contact anyone in my acquaintance with regard to the matters raised within my correspondence to the OIG Hotline.

Further, my husband asserts his claim to privacy and confidentiality in specifying that only the Investigations Division of the OIG Hotline has my husband's permission to contact anyone in his acquaintance with regard to matters raised within my correspondence to the OIG Hotline.

Anyone outside of the Investigations Division of the OIG Hotline who contacts our acquaintances will be regarded as violating our privacy and will be held wholly and separately liable under the law.

I hope I have made myself clear.

Thank you for your cooperation in upholding our rights as we have asserted them within this communication, and as they are articulated within the U.S. Constitution.

Sincerely,

Lane and Ken MacWilliams

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April 13, 2022

Dear Mr. MacWilliams:

Thank you for your recent correspondence.  The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of the Inspector General, investigates allegations of misconduct by employees and contractors of DOJ, as well as waste, fraud and abuse affecting DOJ programs or operations.

The matters you raised are outside our investigative jurisdiction, therefore no action can be taken by our Office.  You may wish to consult the following web page for information on where to submit certain complaints that do not fall within the DOJ OIG's investigative authority: https://oig.justice.gov/hotline/non_doj_complaints.

Please be advised that this is the only correspondence you will receive from our Office regarding this matter.  Of course, if you obtain new information that involves other allegations or issues regarding DOJ employees, contractors, programs or operations, please feel free to submit that information to us.

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to review your concerns.

Sincerely,
Office of the Inspector General
Investigations Division

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The above material was faxed to IG Micheal E. Horowitz this morning.  The confirmation of this transmission will be posted here.

A scan of the documents pertaining to this communication was sent today to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice in care of the OIP as part of an email regarding the following: Communications with IG Michael E. Horowitz.  This email, with one attachment of nine pages, was sent to the OIG Hotline from lanemacwilliams@gmail.com at 12: 45 p.m. Pacific time on August 10, 2022, with copies forwarded to lanemacwilliams@gmail.com and lmacwilliams77419@gmail.com.

Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Letters to Michael E. Horowitz, Office of the Inspector General, U.S. DOJ

The FBI handler of Attorney Virgil Pryor recently attempted to broaden my privacy permissions through a series of communications from Attorney Pryor, extended to me today and included in a separate August 9 blog post.  I declined to accommodate him.

Attorney Pryor and his FBI handler were inappropriately attempting to secure rights for ODNI personnel and OIG personnel to receive private and confidential information concerning me from my physicians and attorneys.

I explained to Attorney Pryor that my permissions are limited to the investigators within the Office of the Inspector General Hotline pf the U.S. DOJ for excellent reasons:  I trust these investigators as people of integrity, ethics, diligence and truthfulness.

Herewith, I convey to Mr. Michael E. Horowitz of the Office of the Inspector General, my stance, along with a request that he take responsibility for conveying my privacy and confidentiality rights to all OIG personnel.

The contents of these letters are transcribed below the documents for ease of reading.

Lane MacWilliams

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August 9, 2022

Dear Inspector General Horowitz:

I have recently granted to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice certain specific permissions to speak to my physicians and attorneys.

This letter is to formally express to your Office that those permissions do not extend to the Office of the Inspector General as a whole.

They pertain solely to investigators within the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice.

There are important reasons why I have limited this access to investigators from the OIG Hotline of the U.S. DOJ.  Their integrity, truthfulness, respect for the rule of law, and awareness of privacy and confidentiality concerns sets them apart.

I rely upon you to make clear to your personnel that no one other than OIG Hotline investigators of the U.S. DOJ has my permission to speak to any of my physicians or attorneys under any circumstances.

If you have any questions concerning the strict maintenance of my privacy and confidentiality as required by law of FBI personnel, FBI affiliates, OIG personnel other than OIG Hotline investigators, or anyone else, please do not hesitate to contact me via registered mail with signature confirmation of delivery.  OIG Hotline investigators have been granted special permissions in the context of their investigative efforts.  Again, no one has my permission to speak to my physicians and attorneys other than OIG Hotline investigators of the U.S. DOJ.

I request that you communicate the specifics of my privacy and confidentiality rights to your staff, a portion of whom appear to be confused about the extremely limited access I have granted to OIG Hotline investigators as individuals of trust and merit.

Thank you for your cooperation in this important matter.

Sincerely,




Lane MacWilliams

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August 9, 2022

Dear Inspector General Horowitz:

This is to clarify my retention of my privacy rights and confidentiality rights.

1. No one has the right to distribute fake or defamatory material concerning me, no matter its origin, to anyone other than OIG Hotline investigators from the U.S. Department of Justice.

2.  No one has the right to distribute private and confidential material concerning me, no matter its origin, to anyone other than OIG Hotline investigators from the U.S. Department of Justice.

I maintain all rights to my voice, my image and/or likeness, my name, my medical records, and my reputation.

Those who have defamed me through the dissemination of such records are separately and wholly liable to me under the law.

The collection and dissemination of falsified information regarding me by FBI employees and affiliates, as well as my private information by FBI employees and affiliates, stand in clear and ongoing violation of my constitutional rights.

I have granted certain access to the OIG Hotline to collect, not disseminate, information from my medical providers and legal advocates to assist in the OIG Hotline's investigation of falsified law enforcement reporting for anti-democratic objectives.  And I have granted permission to certain physicians and attorneys to share information with OIG Hotline investigators only.  These select permissions stand in full force and effect.

I hope this is clear for those within the FBI, DOJ or ODNI who are confused regarding these points.

Please convey to all concerned that violations of my privacy rights will be prosecuted fully.

Thank you for your support in this matter.

Sincerely,




Lane MacWilliams

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The above documents were faxed to IG Michael E. Horowitz on August 10, 2022.  The confirmation of that transmission is posted here.



The FBI Attempts to Use Attorney Virgil Pryor to Expand Lane MacWilliams' Permissions to Her Physicians; Lane MacWilliams Declines

My impression of Attorney Virgil Pryor is that he is a bright man.  So, the email I opened from him this morning, which includes a gross misreading of the attached permissions for his clients Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt, is certainly out of the ordinary.

I view its late receipt, eleven days after my July 29, 2022 email to him with replacement permissions for Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt, in combination with its misreading, to constitute an implicit threat from the FBI regarding its capability to engage in the unlawful release of defamatory information concerning me and/or private and confidential information concerning me.

I do not believe Attorney Pryor would be engaging in these maneuvers without the explicit direction of his FBI handler.  

I have responded to Attorney Pryor from two separate email addresses this morning in an effort to ensure his receipt.

And I will fax my response to Attorney Pryor as well.

In the meantime, these communications are transcribed below.

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Sent: July 29, 2022 From:lanemacwilliams@gmail.com To: virgil@orplaw.com

Re: Replacement Documents for Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt

Dear Attorney Pryor:

Please find herewith two permission letters which replace the documentation I provided to you yesterday.

Due to privacy concerns over the long-term, only the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ has my permission to speak to Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt in an investigative capacity concerning this matter -- no one else.

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns.

I will fax this material to your office shortly in order to verify your receipt of this documentation.

I appreciate your forwarding the attached letters to Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt at your earliest convenience.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter,

Lane MacWilliams

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Sent: July 30, 2022  From: lanemacwilliams@gmail.com. To virgil@orplaw.com

Re: Replacement Documents for Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt

Dear Attorney Pryor:

Due to an issue which has arisen in Attorney Tom Still's communication with a physician regarding updated permissions, I felt it was incumbent upon me to bring his conduct to the attention of investigators within the DOJ.

Under the circumstances, it would be a good idea for you to verify to me via return email that you have conveyed updated permissions to both Dr. Ando and Dr. Nevitt at this time.

The FBI appears to be extremely anxious regarding exposure of its malfeasance in engaging in falsified law enforcement reporting within the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative and the affiliated "target of interest" program.  As a result, the agency is seeking ways to discredit me as a whistleblower.

Obviously, there is liability in the efforts of FBI handlers and informants who accede to such unlawful schemes.  It would be best for everyone if honesty and integrity were maintained through open, transparent, and prompt communication regarding this issue.

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter,

Lane MacWilliams

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Sent: August 8, 2022 2:18 pm. From virgil@orplaw.com. To: lanemacwilliams@gmail.com

Re: Replacement Documents for Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt

Dear Lane MacWilliams:

This shall confirm that, on behalf of Dr. Ando and Dr. Nevitt, I have received the authorizations you sent. In the event that either physician is contacted by the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S Department of Justice (OIG) and/or the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) it is my understanding that you permit them to disclose to OIG or DNI any and all information pertaining to your medical care.  In light of the fact that you are no longer under the care of Dr. Ando or Dr. Nevitt, I ask that you refrain from communicating with them regarding matters unrelated to your clinical care, and instead direct your communications to me as their attorney.  Thank you for your cooperation and courtesy in this regard.

Sincerely,

Virgil Pryor

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Sent: August 9, 2022 at 8:49 a.m. From: lanemacwilliams@gmail.com To: virgil@orplaw.com

Re:Replacement Documents for Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt

Attorney Pryor,

Your understanding is not correct.  Please review the replacement permissions sent to you on Friday, July 29, 2022 at 2:35 p.m. reattached herewith.  Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt have my permission to speak only to investigators from the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ.

All other permissions have been rendered null and void.

Please confirm this clarification.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter,

Lane MacWilliams

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Sent: August 9, 2022 at 9:58 a.m. From virgil@orplaw.com. To: lanemacwilliams@gmail.com

Re: MacWilliams

Dear Ms. MacWilliams

This shall confirm that, on behalf of Dr. Ando and Dr. Nevitt, I have received the authorizations you sent.  In the event that either physician is contacted by the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice (OIG) it is my understanding that you permit them to disclose to OIG any and all information pertaining to your medical care.  In light of the fact that you are no longer under the care of Dr. Ando or Dr. Nevitt, I ask that you refrain from communicating with them regarding matters unrelated to your clinical care, and instead direct your communications to me as their attorney.  Thank you for your cooperation and courtesy in this regard.

Sincerely,

Virgil Pryor

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Sent: August 9, 2022 at 10:26 a.m. From: lanemacwilliams@gmail.com. To: virgil@orplaw.com

Re: MacWilliams

Attorney Pryor, there is an important difference between the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ and the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. DOJ.  My permissions extend specifically to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ and not to the OIG.

It is important that you understand that the OIG demonstrates compromise from corrupt members of the far right.  The Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ does not.

Please read my permissions to Dr. Ando and Dr. Nevitt in their exact wording, reattached, for yet the third time, herewith.

Dr. Ando and Dr. Nevitt have my permission to speak only to investigators from the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ.

They do not have my permission to speak to the OIG.  They do not have my permission to speak to the ODNI.  They do not have my permission to speak to anyone else.

Am I expressing myself clearly at this time?

I would appreciate your letting me know.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter,

Lane MacWilliams

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Sent: August 9, 2022 at 11:14 a.m.  From: lanemacwilliams@gmail.com To: drando@yumiandomd.com; receptionist@mpomg.com

Re: ATTN: Dr. Yumi Ando and Dr. Judith Nevitt: Your Permissions Allow You Only to Speak to Investigators from the Office of the Inspector General Hotline

Dr. Ando and Dr. Nevitt, your attorney Virgil Pryor appears to have had difficulty understanding the specifics of the permissions sent to him on your behalf.  The permissions extended to you apply only to your conversations with the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice.   They do not extend to the OIG of the U.S. Department of Justice.  They do not extend to the ODNI.  They do not extend to any other individual, office or entity.

Please be aware that the OIG demonstrates compromise from corrupt members of the far right, while the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ does not.

The permissions I have extended to each of you to speak to investigators from the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. DOJ are reattached herewith.

Further, my most recent attempt to communicate the specifics of your permissions to your attorney is included here below.

Sincerely,

Lane MacWilliams

Fax Transmission

A seven-page fax was sent to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline on the morning of August 8, 2022, pertaining to important information for the Investigations Division.  

While I am currently being prevented from posting a confirmation of this transmission, I do retain possession of it.

This material was faxed from the FedEx Office Store at 3161 Mission College Boulevard in Santa Clara, CA.

The transmission began at 8:51 a.m. and concluded at 8:54 a.m.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is true and correct,




Lane MacWilliams

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As of 3:12 pm Pacific time, my ability to upload documents has been restored.  Thank you to those who helped in this regard!



A Truthful Testament

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3:16 p.m. Thank you to those who helped restore my freedom to upload documents here.  Because many of my communications have been blocked, I am tremendously grateful for the ability to post original documents on this site.

The text of this letter, addressed to the OIG Hotline by Ken MacWilliams, is transcribed below the document for ease of reading.

Lane MacWilliams

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August 9, 2022

To the Office of the Inspector General Hotline, Investigations Division:

In January and February of 2021, my wife Lane MacWilliams spoke on numerous occasions with both Attorney Peter Schlueter and Attorney Christopher Bou Saeed.

Attorney Schlueter had agreed over the phone, and in my hearing, to represent her interests in a matter concerning her efforts to obtain San Mateo County Sheriff's Office Case Report #19-11840, and potentially relating to malfeasance by a Palo Alto surgeon who may have contributed falsehoods to that report, in addition to causing other harms.  He said he would take the case on contingency, as he was certain he could prevail.  According to Mr. Schlueter, my wife and I were clearly entitled to the case report under CPRA and FOIA.

My wife expressed surprise during one conversation with Mr. Schlueter in which he extended to her the possibility that Case Report #19-11840, although likely falsified, could be viewed as "inactive" and "not hurting anyone," including the thought that it was "best left alone."  I overheard this exchange, and can attest that Mr. Schlueter's assertions stood in contrast to his previously expressed views.  This reversal, in light of previous dialogue, along with Mr. Schlueter's background in police accountability, was not explained by him.

My wife was concerned that Mr. Schlueter may have come under pressure from a third party to represent her interests less than faithfully.  My wife recounted to me that, during one conversation, Mr. Schlueter made several references to a "threat of being shot" as a result of his taking my wife's case.  These comments struck us both as highly unusual.

Attorney Bou Saeed, who also specialized in police accountability, had agreed to consult on the case for my wife, though not as the lead attorney.  My wife hoped that Mr. Bou Saeed's presence on the case might ensure greater protections against any FBI demands that Mr. Schlueter undermine the quality of his representation.

Although I never overheard my wife's conversations with Mr. Bou Saeed, she expressed to me that he was highly experienced in civil rights matters pertaining to police accountability, and she believed he could assist her.

My wife was pleased at the prospect of securing experienced and dedicated legal representation, so she was surprised when both attorneys fell suddenly silent and subsequently withdrew from the case after my wife asked them whether they had received any communication from Attorney Nicholas Heimlich.

In reviewing her emails, it seemed possible that both attorneys had received some sort of contact from Attorney Heimlich.  If these communications occurred, it seemed that immediate questions would be raised concerning the party that had connected them.  My wife was, and is, concerned that this party could be the FBI, attempting to conceal its participation in falsified law enforcement reporting, of which SMC Sheriff's Office Case Report #19-11840 may be a part.

My wife is, as I have said elsewhere, a highly insightful person, and one who possesses great integrity.  She is well-balanced and psychologically strong.  Any who would discredit her are acting from questionable motives.  She is the sanest person I know, to put a finer point on it. If she says there is falsified law enforcement reporting being perpetrated as a threat to our democracy, I believe her.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is true and correct.

Sincerely,

Kenneth P. MacWilliams

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A scan of the original document pertaining to this communication was sent today to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice in care of the OIP as part of an email regarding the following: Ken MacWilliams' Truthful Testament Regarding Attorney Peter Schlueter and Attorney Christopher Bou SaeedThis email, with one attachment of two pages, was sent to the OIG Hotline from lanemacwilliams@gmail.com at 12: 56 p.m. Pacific time on August 9, 2022, and to selected recipients within the OIP at 1:01 p.m. Pacific time on August 9, 2022, with copies forwarded to lanemacwilliams@gmail.com and lmacwilliams77419@gmail.com.





Monday, August 8, 2022

The FBI Lies About "Targets of Interest" in Order to Discredit Their Truthful Testimony

I received a bill from a collections service recently, which is unusual.

Yet more unusual is the fact that the bill pertains to an appointment with a psychiatrist -- an appointment that was not mine, but is now, rather mysteriously, in my name.

I include here a communication to my husband about this matter, along with the bill itself.

What can we say about those who tell lies in order to attempt to escape accountability for their own malfeasance?

We can say that the rule of law applies to everyone, and they are not exempt.

Despite the fact that FBI employees carry badges and wield the public trust, they are not exempt from the rule of law either.

I hope the investigative efforts of the Office of the Inspector General Hotline, along with my own, will prove that beyond any doubt.

I hereby certify that the information I am conveying herewith is true and correct.




Lane MacWilliams





August 8, 2022 

Ken, I feel there is something very odd about this collections service bill for $510 for xxxxxx's treatment with Dr. Ballon.  Why is it under my name?

Given the false claims of Dr. Ballon concerning me, it is very important that all bills from xxxxxx's account be moved out of my name.  These could be mischaracterized -- and I'm sure they have been mischaracterized -- as being related to my own treatment (which doesn't exist) -- and not xxxxxx's.

Would you please follow up on this by calling Dr. Ballon to correct this account?

He needs to remove my name from this bill.

And someone other than me needs to pay this bill after that documentation has been corrected.

It is significant that the alleged "service date" is January of 2021, because I was speaking to attorneys Peter Schlueter and Christopher Bou Said during that month, in addition to February 2021, concerning the malfeasance of Dr. David Lieberman.

If the FBI can utilize an appointment that never happened -- an appointment with a psychiatrist who is not my doctor and who does not know me -- to discredit my truthful testimony concerning the agency's malfeasance, it will certainly attempt to do so.

Again, this bill cannot be paid until the documentation is corrected to reflect xxxxxx's name and not my own.

Given the FBI's attempts to lie about my state of mind, and to coerce Jacob Ballon and Kristen Stent into doing the same, although they do not know me at all, this detail is extremely important.

Thank you, love.

I appreciate your help very much,

Lane

This communication was sent today to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice in care of the OIP as part of an email regarding the following: the FBI's ongoing attempts to discredit the character and stability of "targets of interest"This email, with one attachment of three pages, was sent to the OIG Hotline from lanemacwilliams@gmail.com at 1:10 p.m. Pacific time on August 8, 2022, and to selected recipients within the OIP at 1:12 p.m. Pacific time on August 8, 2022, with copies forwarded to lanemacwilliams@gmail.com and lmacwilliams77419@gmail.com.

Saturday, August 6, 2022

Wolves and Their Brothers: Russian-affiliated Organized Crime as a Fraternal Order to the Far Right Within the United States

My stalker has claimed that the FBI has been rather thoroughly "caught" in their predations toward my husband and myself as unjustified "targets of interest" about whom the agency has repeatedly lied in extensively falsified law enforcement reporting for anti-democratic objectives.

As a result, he claims, the FBI has been asked to step back from its aggressions toward my family. (I must express a heartfelt thank you to all those who have directed the FBI to cease and desist in its predations toward us.)

It is disconcerting, then,  to hear from my stalker that Russian-affiliated organized crime has, according to him, stepped forward at the agency's request to fill the gap.

Allegedly, the specific contractors hired to attempt kidnappings or home break-ins or staged car accidents or arson are the same whether they are drawing pay from the FBI or Russian-affiliated organized crime.  The same men don their black clothing and head out into the night, my stalker alleges, with no interruption in their employment.  It's seamless, he asserts -- this hand-off of oversight from the FBI to the American division of "the Wolves," a Russian criminal gang with ongoing ties to Russian leadership.

Unfortunately, "the Wolves" are known for their viciousness and brutality in offering the public "protection" from threatened harms for a hefty fee, whether in Moscow or San Francisco.

So, the assertion that the FBI and the "Wolves" consider themselves "fraternal" organizations whose objectives are aligned is distressing to say the least.

I have wondered for a long time why the talking points of the far right and Vladimir Putin are close echoes of one another:

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/23/technology/russia-american-far-right-ukraine.html

According to Professor Thomas Rid of Johns Hopkins University, who studies Russian disinformation, "People are asking if the far right in the U.S. is influencing Russian or if Russia is influencing the far right, but the truth is they are influencing each other. They are pushing the same narratives."

The ways in which Russia and the far right are echoing one another's criticisms of the United States leads me to wonder about the role of Russia in the origins of the FBI's engagement in falsified law enforcement reporting for anti-democratic objectives.

Separate and apart from the FBI's apparent bid for autocracy in its violations of the civil liberties and human rights of law-abiding American citizens through its "target of interest" program, is it true that Russian influences have played any role whatsoever in the FBI's engagement with these falsifications?

Specifically, given that Democrats and journalists are alleged to be over-represented within the FBI's "target of interest" program, and given that Russia is known to have attempted to influence American elections through online engagement with far-right social media groups, should the American public sound the alarm?

Have far-right members of the FBI been compromised by those with Russian interests?

Has this manifested through Russian-style kompromat?  Through bribes?  Through threats?

Does the FBI maintain a monetary relationship to "the Wolves" by paying informants like my stalker and in return accepting pay-offs from the human trafficking "proceeds" he wields as a ranking member of Russian-affiliated organized crime?

What does it signify that my stalker, who is a leading member of Russian-affiliated organized crime within the United States, has been able to co-opt the assistance of segments of the FBI in his predatory activities toward my family?  Who is the de facto leader of this agency?  A Russian-affiliated crime boss?  Is Vladimir Putin effectively influencing segments of the national security apparatus without the knowledge or consent of our elected officials or the American people?

I find it interesting that the Kremlin has evidently long engaged in false accusations of its political opponents of crimes against the vulnerable, and pedophilia chief among them.  Take a look at Russia's accusations against historian Yuri Dmitriev after he found mass graves from Stalin's era.  

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/27/world/europe/russia-historian-stalin-mass-graves.html?action=click&module=RelatedLinks&pgtype=Article

To quote from the article, "Mr. Dmitriev is now in jail, awaiting trial on what his family, friends and supporters dismiss as blatantly fabricated charges of pedophilia, an accusation that has frequently been used to discredit and silence voices the Russian authorities do not like."

Is it a coincidence that the far right's QAnon conspiracy theory accuses Democrats and journalists of the same species of crimes?

What would it say about Russian infiltration of far-right segments of the FBI if falsified accusations against law-abiding Democrats and journalists were being knowingly created and aggregated by the FBI and its affiliates?

Is the "insider threat" represented by far-right segments of the FBI actually being influenced by those with economic and social ties to Russia?

When Christopher Wray tells the U.S. Congress to "pivot away" from concerns about Russia several short months before Russia's invasion of Ukraine, might members of Congress feel they were intentionally misled?

How can the FBI's affiliations with Russian best be illuminated?

All of these questions leap to mind when my stalker alleges that Russian-affiliated organized crime is now, at the express request of the FBI, overseeing the contractors "focused" on my family.

Perhaps, rather than directing further aggression toward us as law-abiding American citizens, the FBI can simply admit that its far-right segments have gone rogue, giving the American public the opportunity to rescue the democracy these wayward law enforcement officers have so perilously undermined.

Wouldn't that be the lawful thing to do with the Wolves at our door?

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For clarity, I need to state that that there are many wonderful men and women who work within the auspices of the FBI -- true patriots who support the Constitution and view their obligations to our nation with the utmost seriousness.  These good men and women have helped me in my quest for the truth of the FBI's engagement in falsified law enforcement reporting for anti-democratic objectives.  To them, I extend my deep and abiding appreciation.

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This communication was sent today to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice in care of the OIP as part of an email regarding the following: Russian-affiliated organized crime as a fraternal order to the far right. This email, with one attachment of two pages, was sent to the OIG Hotline from lanemacwilliams@gmail.com at 7:10 p.m. Pacific time on August 6, 2022, and to selected recipients within the OIP at 7:13 p.m. Pacific time on August 6, 2022, with copies forwarded to lanemacwilliams@gmail.com and lmacwilliams77419@gmail.com.

Why Is a Haircut of Interest to Far-Right Agents Within the FBI?

August 6, 2022

To the Office of the Inspector General Hotline, U.S. DOJ:

I appreciate your forbearance in allowing me to document my husband Ken MacWilliams' appointment with a paid FBI informant this morning.  Given the sensitive nature of this time, it seems wise to register with your Office when known interactions with FBI informants occur.

On the one hand, Klara Turner is simply giving my husband a haircut.  On the other hand, I am told that her witness statements have been falsified by the FBI in the past.

As a result of these falsifications, my husband is recording his dialogue with Klara Turner in its entirety.  This recording can be made available to the OIG Hotline upon request.

Please allow me to take this opportunity to extend to you a profound thanks for the engagement of your talented and dedicated investigators in the matter of falsified law enforcement reporting.

The OIG Hotline is filled with heroes, in my opinion.  Nothing less.

Given that the future of our democracy is dependent on such heroism, your presence is a great and sustaining gift.

With appreciation,




Lane MacWillians

This communication was sent today to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice in care of the OIP as part of an email regarding the following: Klara Turner. This email, with one attachment of a single page, was sent to the OIG Hotline from lanemacwilliams@gmail.com at 11:38 a.m. Pacific time on August 6, 2022, and to selected recipients within the OIP at 11:40 a.m. Pacific time on August 6, 2022, with copies forwarded to lanemacwilliams@gmail.com and lmacwilliams77419@gmail.com.

Friday, August 5, 2022

Confidential Documents Emailed to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline, U.S. DOJ

A communication was sent today to the Office of the Inspector General Hotline of the U.S. Department of Justice in care of the OIP as part of an email regarding the following: Blog Posts Regarding Attorneys Nicholas Heimlich, Peter Schlueter, and Christopher Bou Saeed, (redactions removed); Easter Star Documentation; Threat Relating to Law Enforcement Forced Entry Without Probable Cause.This email, with one attachment of thirteen pages, was sent to the OIG Hotline from lanemacwilliams@gmail.com at 1:15 p.m. Pacific time on August 5, 2022, with copies forwarded to lanemacwilliams@gmail.com and lmacwilliams77419@gmail.com.

This email constitutes an electronic communication within the meaning of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act,  18 USC 2510, and its disclosure is strictly limited to the recipient intended by the sender of the message.  The communication referenced contains confidential and privileged material for the sole use of the intended recipient and receipt by anyone other than the intended recipient does not constitute a loss of the confidential or privileged nature of the communication.  Any review or distribution by others is strictly prohibited.  


Fax Confirmation

A three-page fax was sent to the OIG Hotline on Wednesday morning, August 3, 2022, pertaining to confidential information for the Investigations Division.  Below, herewith, is confirmation of this transmission.

My stalker alleged that he had access to this material shortly after it was received in Washington, an allegation it is difficult to verify.  While I made no disclosures regarding content, my stalker made multiple references to "burning the books," appearing to comment on destruction of evidence.

One always hopes that evidence is recoverable, and, beyond this, that human beings, in remembering their ethical obligations to one another, will disclose the truth to OIG Hotline investigators in its entirety.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is true and correct.




Lane MacWilliams



Thursday, August 4, 2022

My Contract with Attorney Nick Heimlich

In October of 2021, I attempted to learn the truth of Attorney Nick Heimlich's involvement with potential slander and defamation of me at the instruction of the FBI, and for pay from Infragard, but I was prevented from doing so by what appeared to be highly irregular intervention with the Santa Clara County Superior Court, as well as with process servers,  by the FBI.

Mr. Heimlich accepted my signed contract and fee agreement on January 15, 2021 at 3:18 pm via email from nick@nickheimlichlaw.com to lanemacwilliams@gmail.com in a communication with the subject line "Legal Fee Agreement."

Lane:

Thanks for your email, I received the agreement and the payment.  We will be in touch shortly.

Nick Heimlich

In October 2021, however, he denied that we had ever formalized this agreement.

Sent: October 8, 2021 at 5:12 p.m. From: lanemacwilliams@gmail.com To: nick@nickheimlichlaw.com

Dear Lane MacWilliams:

I received your letter of October 6, 2021.  I do not know what your letter is referring to as to why you think I caused you any damages.

I never agreed to be your attorney as you cancelled the representation before I even signed the fee agreement.  You deposited a retainer of $3000 on 1/15/2021 and signed the fee agreement on 1152021, a Friday.  Before I could even sign the fee agreement you terminated the representation on 1/18/2021 (a Monday) and requested a refund of the $3,000 you paid (the only monies you deposited with me).  I returned the $3,000 deposit on 1/18/2021 as requested.

In summary, I did not become your attorney.  I charged you zero dollars.

I discussed your case by phone with you only, but did not render any legal services to you.  I did not contact any parties on your behalf, did not negotiate any claims, did not file any claims.

As far as documentation regarding mediation/arbitration, I have none.  See the fee agreement you signed attached.

Sincerely,

Nick Heimlich

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Sent: October 9, 2021 at 7:47 pm From: lanemacwilliams@gmail.com To: nick@nickheimlichlaw.com

Mr. Heimlich, I disagree with your assertion that you did not become my attorney.  Indeed, in accepting my retainer and agreement, we rendered official our understanding that you would represent me in a legal matter against Dr. David Lieberman.

Furthermore, I must point out to you that, even in consultation, prospective legal clients have the right to freedom from conflict of interest on the part of their prospective attorneys.  And they also, even in consultation, claim the right to attorney/client privilege and confidentiality.

Completely separate and apart from the issue of legal advocacy every individual has the right to privacy, and certainly, the right to be free from slander and defamation.

Thank you for your communication,

Lane MacWilliams

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Commentary:  Why did I terminate Nick Heimlich's legal representation only three days after I signed his contract?  Because my stalker, who is reported to have close ties to both the FBI and Russian-affiliated organized crime in the United States, communicated to me that Nick was "owned by us."  This is an allegation on my stalker's part, obviously, not a statement of fact.  But I felt there was a high likelihood that Mr Heimlich had been contacted by the FBI in order to undermine the quality of my legal representation going forward.

Clearly these acts, if they occurred, are unconstitutional.

An attorney should never maintain a conflict of interest (such as accepting pay from Infragard in return for  poor representation of a client, for example) while expressing to the client that he is representing her interests faithfully and to the best of his ability.

If indeed the FBI is undermining the legal representation of "targets of interest," thereby depriving them of due process under the law, the violations of Americans' civil rights would be staggering in their implications.

Did these violations of constitutional rights occur in this case?

I believe that investigators from the Office of the Inspector General Hotline will have the ability to ascertain the truth.

The answer matters to all Americans who love democracy.