Yesterday during my generally twice daily walk, for water* fit for human consumption, in Mission, (who has been notified in writing via another personal hand delivery) Johnson County, Kansas, I asked a United States Postal Worker in his official vehicle about reporting concerns regarding felonious interference with the delivery of my U.S. Mail. He instructed me to visit the local Mission Post Office for a form upon which to report my concerns. I decided to stop by and obtain one of these forms due to numerous assertions and threats received over several months this year in Mission, Johnson County, Kansas, that my U.S. Mail is being tampered with, including important documents or correspondence not being delivered to me, but being intercepted. Most specifically, it was repeatedly stated earlier this year that four pieces of U.S. Mail addressed to me were intercepted.
(There was additional commentary regarding the intercepted U.S. Mail being my inheritance from Dale Reynolds, that he deceased, and that Mission Police Department specifically is aware of same but is not notifying me of such. Also that the other three pieces of intercepted U.S. Mail were monetary in nature. This is consistent or perhaps a continuation of U.S. mail received last year, containing two gift cards, which was opened and taped closed).
When I went in the Main Mission Post Office, located in Mission, Johnson County, Kansas, 66202, I spoke to a male who appeared to be from India, named Anver. I asked Anver for three things:
- For a form to report my concerns that my U.S. Mail has been or is being feloniously tampered with or intercepted.
- For a form to report directed conversation in the Main Mission, Johnson County, Kansas Post Office, (where I was addressing Anver) from both employees and patrons.
- My concern that I have previously enrolled on the "no junk mail" list, but I continued to receive junk mail.
Anver informed me that Mission Post Office did not have such a form available. He referred me to their online page. A white female, whose name I did not get, and Anver, discussed the matter, stepped in the back for a few minutes. Anver returned with a piece of paper upon which was handwritten "Postal Inspection 1-877-876-2455" and "1-800-410-7420," instructing me to call these numbers in order to address my concerns.
I will update this posting with any follow-up I receive.
Toxic Tap Water in Mission, Johnson County, Kansas ApartmentI reported my tap water, which smelled strongly of dirty dog bath water (literally, with commentary that I am a "dog" or "pup") for weeks, a year or 18 months ago to the water department. The water odor and taste improved for a couple days until the water was checked, at which time the water went right back to being toxic, as it has since remained. If the water stays in the sink overnight for example, it appears literally to be gray, thick, or growing (microorganisms) by morning. My pitchers of tea are dark, from the bacteria, microorganisms and/or parasites picking up the color (tea staining same), causing the tea to be so dark that you can not see the bottom of the pitcher, sometimes even appearing closer to the color of coffee than tea, and the taste is bad too.
The water is fine down the street, and the what appeared to be water work was done at the north end of the street at approximately the same time as:
- The KCPL electric smart meter was "updated" (to smart from regular or old) on the back of the house.
- The Kansas Gas smart meter was "updated" (to smart from regular/old) in the front of the house.
- The "smart meter reader" (hacked for use as repeater?) was installed at 12:30 a.m. on the telephone pole directly across the street by contractors, not KCPL (concern for the employees of this company due to the fact that KCPL was on the 4th floor of 1000 Walnut in 2005).
Update: I had asked the homeowner to ask the plumber to coordinate with the water company in order to solve my toxic water issue which has caused me to have to purchase and carry water on a daily basis in order to have water fit for human consumption. Some time ago I called the water company regarding the water issue. The water improved for about two days until it was checked, then it worsened again almost immediately.
The plumber came out to fix the latest plumbing problem, which occurred several weeks ago in the middle of a series of issues causing water damage, orchestrated. (My apartment is entered on a regular basis when I leave and when I am sleeping - stealing, poisoning or drugging my food, destroying or sabotaging property and appliances and plumbing, etc.) He stated he would not coordinate with the water, but that he was not asked to until he arrived. Even so, he repeatedly stated the water is "fine," without checking or analyzing it, and that he will not coordinate with the water company in resolving the issue. I intend to again call the water company for suggestions, and perhaps to secure the water meter manhole in the front lawn should it be potentially related to the fact that my tap water is toxic, but the water down the street is fine.