Research Data Conveyed to DoJ and FBI Inspections Division – Boston bombing and peripheral events


When, What, How:

On 2013 July 24th, The Julia Clark Organization mailed a certified letter along with a return receipt request about a research data of the Boston Bombing to:

Who:

Thomas E. Perez –  Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice

Kevin L. Perkins – Associate Deputy Director, Federal Bureau of Investigations

Nancy McNamara – Assistant Director, Inspection Division , Federal Bureau of Investigations

Steve E. Ibison – (Acting) Inspection Division , Federal Bureau of Investigations

Thania Daiz Clevenger – Civil Rights Director , Council on American-Islamic Relations

Why:

Five letters were sent to five different people to assure that more than one person was involved in the knowledge. This is a fraud prevention technique. It also will allow a broad spectrum to review and if need be, compare notes they may have or in other words offer a platform for a dialogue.

 

The Julia Clark Organization does not expect a reply nor is in need of one. The purpose of the memo was to convey to information The Organization had gleaned to persons that can aid in addressing corruption.

Cover letter to DoJ and FBI for Boston Bombing information

 

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The Julia Clark Organization lobbies, promotes, requests, urges, and asks for assistance in shunning corruption.

 
Updated: 2013-08-20
Inclusion to Memorandum
Barry Cohen
Jeffery L. Ashton

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