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First, a word about the postal inspectors and their tactics: the postal service has it's own police force, known as the postal inspectors or the inspection service. While their stated mission is to "safe-guard the mails", all too often, their activities are decidedly less noble. They are the "enforcers" and they carry out the dirty work of the postal service. Their tactics are shiftless and reprehensible. When an employee is targetted for harassment, the postal inspectors entice and entrap, in wrongdoing, co-workers and friends who associate with the targetted employee, and threaten and coerce these others into participating in harassment activities against that employee, as the price they must pay to save their own necks. For example, an employee would be enticed into misconduct for which he could be fired; then the postal inspectors would threaten to have that employee fired, unless he participates in harassment activities against the targetted co-worker. And so the targetted employee finds himself besieged by an army of co-workers participating in harassment activities against him, while the postal inspectors sit back and watch their handiwork. These tactics of threats and coercion are not confined to the work-floor, but expand to include friends and associates of the targetted employee, outside of his employment. The use of threats and coercion by the postal inspectors is a matter that is well documented by my union, the American Postal Workers Union.

Then there is the matter of the NATURE of the harassment the targetted employee is subjected to: the postal service intentionally harasses the targetted employee in a bizarre manner so as to make his complaints unbelievable, and to portray him as mentally unbalanced. At times, the postal inspectors engage in elaborately staged "head-games", calculated to lead the targetted employee to come to mistaken, delusional conclusions. And so the besieged employee has a difficult time in differentiating between what is actual harassment, and what is just a bogus head-game. What the inspectors are most interested in, is to get the targetted employee to utter complaints that mimic the type of complaints made by a mentally ill person.

X959, The Assembly of IaHUShUA MaShIaChaH 8 Comments [8/30/2008 1:52:56 AM]
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Or maybe you should have gotten the mental help you need.

8/30/2008 2:45:25 AM


CapItaliZinG raNdOm leTTerS In my GroUp's NamE maKes Us lOok moRE sERioUs!

8/30/2008 4:09:50 AM

Talking about mental problems, where is the mail police now that internet is ruining their business.

8/30/2008 6:46:05 AM


How cement did it take to build this wall of text?

8/30/2008 8:59:08 AM


Lolwhut? Someting about insane postal workers...

8/30/2008 12:53:41 PM

By the content of most complaints, most of the protesters look mentally ill, without any supplementary effort.

8/30/2008 1:23:05 PM

J. Random Lurker

Don't know what to think about this one. There are cases in which the U.S. Postal Inspectors have done some pretty shady things (a good example is the Project Looking Glass fiasco during the second half of the 1980's which resulted in several suicides and the resurrection of the entrapment defence in U.S. jurisprudence).

As for these cases that the Postal Union has allegedly documented, let's see citations. Methinks these are suspect, or at least not at the level this guy's saying. If they were, it's likely something would have made it into the mass media.

8/31/2008 12:05:47 AM


So, is this anything like the Milkman Conspiracy?

9/30/2010 11:28:52 AM

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