Orly could not wait for the statutory 20 days to respond to a FOIA request and jumped the gun. The inspector General of the USPS responded that the initial complaint had been forwarded to the USPIS Mail Fraud Division for action and results to be reported within 30 days.
She of course failed to read (surprise) the letter
ll you are not satisfied with my action, you may administratively appeal it by writing to the attention of Gladis Griffth, Deputy General Counsel, Office of Inspector General, 1735 North Lynn Street, Arlington, VA 22209-2020, within 30 days of the date of this letter.
The hotline asked for a response within 30 days after 06/29/2012 and noticed it referred a related case on 03/05/2012 to the Mail Fraud division (120306HER047). That appears to have been the end of it.
She will find out that nothing was done with her meaningless complaint and that she will have no reason to file a legal case. Let’s hope she already paid for the filing fees 🙂
Orly is still hopeful
Cases are starting to unravel. Employees at the bottom of the chain of command do not want to go to prison or to the gallows for complicity to commit treason, usurpation of the U.S. Presidency, identity theft, forgery, USPS fraud, elections fraud.
ROTFL.. So clueless… These employees are doing what FOIA requires them to do: Provide a response that indicates they fully ignored Orly’s silly charges. What other choice did they have?… There was no evidence of fraud.
Her followers, again, are exited but will be upset when they learn about the details. Par for the course… FOIA actions are not very useful as one can only file a legal case if the FOIA request has been denied. There is no standing for Orly to sue the postal service for having ignored her foolish complaints.