October 3, 1995
Mr. Alan J. Kennedy
Senior Patent Attorney
Office of the Associate General Counsel
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
WASHINGTON, DC 20546-0001
Dear Mr. Kennedy,
I am troubled by your yesterday's telephone call after thinking
about it over night.
You said the call was made to advise me that you had no authority
to answer my letter to you of September 27. When
I asked you to give the letter to your superior, you replied that there
was no one above you. I then asked you to put into writing what you had
just told me on the phone.
Frankly, I believe this is a typical example of the outrageous
bureaucratic tyranny that has perpetuated the Burnelli conspiracy from
1941 to present date. Obviously, you are an active link in the military-industrial
complex chain of trickle-down professional, moral and ethical misconduct
that is corroding the foundations of this great nation. Some call it outright
Why don't you do something constructive and honorable, like advising
Mr. John McDonnell that McDonnell Douglas must stop stealing Burnelli technology
under penalty of losing NASA funding.
I look forward to receiving from NASA a written response to my
letter of September 27, 1995.