Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Blog post that discusses our case.
My reply to this is posted here as Kamau 239. As I note there, I suspect the author of this post is either our local police chief or someone very close to him (because of the insider information from law enforcement furnished here plus the libelous statements concerning my mental state that are so similar to all the false/ridiculous statements posted as comments by my ex-husband, a close friend of the police chief's, on my other blog at http://vocct.blogspot.com).
Very important note: I never knew "Paul"'s last name until I saw it furnished in this posting, so the person who wrote this also had access to information from Kamau that I didn't have. (See earlier documents that mention only "Paul".
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Cover from my faxed complaint to the Washington, D.C.'s Office of the Attorney General
Note: Another person who'd been defrauded by Diop Kamau, Greg Slate, and the Police Complaint Center in a different state saw an internet post of mine, contacted me, and suggested I file a complaint with this office as they had. They said they'd heard the D.C. OAG would help us get our money back, so I prepared a formal complaint complete with sample documentation and faxed it with this summary. Through this other victim, I gradually became aware of many other people who'd been victimized in various ways by Kamau, and I began corresponding with some of them.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Email exchange between the Better Business Bureau, CryptoHeaven, and me
Explanation: In January of 2008, I discovered a charge from CryptoHeaven, a Canadian company that Diop Kamau had insisted I set up an account with [see Kamau 13 posted below], on my December 2007 credit card statement that I hadn't authorized. I contacted CryptoHeaven and insisted that they refund the money they had taken from my account, and they refused. I looked up CryptoHeaven's page with the Better Business Bureau of Canada, discovered they had had other complaints filed against them, and then contacted the Better Business Bureau and filed a complaint of my own against CryptoHeaven, who responded as shown here.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Letter I received from the Texas Office of the Attorney General in response to a complaint (with documentation) that I had filed against Diop Kamau, the Police Complaint Center, Greg Slate, Rob Jones, and "Paul".
I had also called the Texas Dept. of Public Safety's Private Security Board (the agency that licenses private investigators in Texas) and asked for instructions on how to file a complaint with them over the fact that these people and their company had operated in Texas without being licensed here; I was given an email address for an investigator in Dallas, and I emailed him a complaint. I never had any further response of any kind from the PSB regarding Kamau et al.
I later learned about other complaints that had been filed against Kamau in Texas (but more about that later...).
Monday, November 2, 2009
Email exchange between Diop Kamau and me. I immediately provided local, state, and federal law enforcement with copies of this exchange, both by fax and by forwarding. I also began calling the FBI in San Antonio and asking them for protection. (When I called them back the next morning as they'd instructed me, I was told, "Just don't let them in." I got no further responses from law enforcement.)