From: San.Francisco <San.Francisco@ic.fbi.gov>
Subject: RE: Request response to our conversation on August 22, 2011
Date: November 23, 2011 1:10:41 PM PST
To: Mike Knell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To the FBI,
I have documents which can be used to prove AT&T lied to the California Public Utilities Commission to conceal problems in its underground infrastructure.
I also have evidence of corruption at the CPUC, in which CPUC Officials have helped Utilities conceal problems in its underground infrastructure. Some of these documents can be linked to the San Bruno fire, which killed eight people.
I believe that the Executive Director of the CPUC (Paul Clanon) is trying to set up a back room deal to get AT&T to settle with me, rather than acknowledge that AT&T committed criminal acts in the underground infrastructure.
The documents can be used to save the jobs of thousands of State employees who will lose their jobs due to the State Budget deficit.
In the emails below, you can see that I have spoken to the Executive Director on August 22, 2011 regarding some issues linked to concealing problems in the underground infrastructure. Instead of answering the questions, Mr. Clanon is requesting that I meet with him.
I am truly fearful of meeting with Mr. Clanon at the CPUC, because last year, after I requested to meet with him, the State Police showed up at my front door.
Is there any way the FBI can work with me, and have an agent come with me to the CPUC?
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From: "Madrigal, Anna-Marie" <email@example.com>
Thank you, Mr. Knell, for your request. Paul is able to meet with you here at our San Francisco office regarding your concerns.
From: Mike Knell [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
As noted in the email from Carol Brown (below), we spoke on August 22, 2011, about some issues related to AT&T.
In our conversation, I asked you to investigate if AT&T lied to the CPUC in a Formal Complaint about a phone number in a document I photographed. The phone number received service from a phone line that was known to be defective.
Have you made a determination about whether the phone number has the last five digits of "25093" as I claim, or "85093" as AT&T claimed?
I also asked you to investigate if AT&T had lied to the CPUC regarding the meaning of the trouble code "98." I was told that the trouble code "98" is an indication of multiple troubles by Don McCarty. In the Formal Complaint, AT&T told the CPUC the trouble code "98" was not an indication of trouble.
Have you made a determination about whether the trouble code "98" is an indication of trouble on the phone lines?
I look forward to your response. If your response is what I hope it to be, I look forward to showing you how to prevent the problems I experienced, from happening to others.
On Aug 22, 2011, at 5:00 PM, Brown, Carol A. wrote:
Hello Mr. Knell:
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