Senator Barbara Boxer
Senator Barbara Boxer, and hope for change.
Congresswoman Tauscher had asked the FBI to determine if the phone number had the last five digits of "25093" or "85093" and to send a letter to me, stating what the number is. The FBI refused to cooperate. Tauscher's Office then suggested I contact Senator Boxer.
On January 12, 2009, I filled out the privacy act consent form that Senator Boxer's staff had faxed to me on August 19, 2008.
I had waited until the week before the inauguration to ask for help, on the basis that Congresswoman Tausher's staff told me that it was up to the Executive branch of Goverment to order an investigation, and because I had so little trust in the Bush administration. It should be noted that the phone problems began before the George W. Bush administration.
On January 12, 2009, I wrote a letter to Senator Barbara Boxer's San Francisco office, asking that she look at the webpage, www.AphoneNumberForThePresident.com, determine that the phone number is mine, and then write a letter to President Obama, asking that he determine that the phone number is mine, and order an investigation into the fraud and corruption linked to the phone number.
In March 2009, the Senator's office told me my complaint should be handled by the State. I told the Senator's office that the State Attorney General had already written a letter to me, telling me the State could not help.
On May 22, 2009, I phoned the Senator's Office, and asked if they had done anything with my request. I was told that Senator Boxer can bring up the issue of a Telecommunications Consumer's Bill of Rights to the Senate, but that Senator Boxer cannot make a statement as to whether or not the phone number in the photograph has the last five digits of "25093" or "85093." I asked that the Senator's Office respond to my letter, in writing, so that I could look for some other avenue.
last edited 05/22/09