Rep Bob Goodlatte

House Judiciary Committee
10 Franklin Road, SE
Roanoke, VA 24011

Congressman Jim Jordan

Subcommittee On HealthCare
1524 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515

Chairman Jason Chaffetz

House Oversight Committee
2157 Rayburn HOB
Washington,DC 20515
Exhibit C Submitted As Evidence And
Testimony To Congress-Exclusive Jurisdiction
You are looking at part of Exhibit C a United States source document submitted as Evidence and Testimony to the several committees of the United States Congress since 1986. The survey data is occassionally used for creation of federal statutes; considering possible improvements in operation of federal programs; and study of operational field impediments. Because of the Separation of Powers found in US Constitution and various Rules of Congress it not possible to serve summons, subponeas; or other court process on Capitol Hill and persons attempting to can be detained and arrested by Capitol Police or otherwise sanctioned. Obviously the only legal reviews which can occur would require permission of the Chairman of a Congressional Committee reviewing the matters at public hearings
Standing US Court ORDERS
And Black Letter Law
Beginning in 1997 the Social Security Administration issued an Executive ORDER or Fia before a USDC, WDT link restricting legal discussions to places and times authorized by statute and have successfully defended their statutory rights from a over 500 challenges A small host of poor bastards who appear to have challenged the Sovereign rights of the Social Security Administration or Congress appear to have been thrown down the political 5 ton wood chipper and the confirmed kill list appears to include at least 1 or 2 federal judges; maybe a couple of cabinet level officers; a bunch of US Attorneys and a many more lesser persons. Whispered in the background are the strange, sacred, and holy legal incantations muttered by federal officials including Title 18 USC 402 Contempt; Title 18 USC 1509 Obstruction Court Order; tampering with federal agency, Contempt of Congress...

US Senator Chuck Grassley

Committee On Juriciary
433 Russell SOB
Wahsington, D.C. 20510

US Senator Ron Johnson

Chairman Senate Oversight
340 Dirksen SOB
Washington, DC, 20510

Congressman Mike Thompson

Ways and Means Committee
2300 County Center Dr
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Dr. Douglas Wright

3rd Floor 710 Water Street
Kerrville, Texas 78028
Fax: 830-257-6620
Dr. Wright Finds Possible Hepatitis-Exhibit 14

Workforce Board
State of Florida
Department of Labor
4800 SW 13th Street
Gainesville, Fl 32608

You Can't Register
For Work-State of Florida Exhibit 13

1. Exhibit #1 Brief on Family Medical History

2. Exhibit #2 What Is A Staphylococcus Aureus Infection

3. Exhibit #3 Exhibit #3 C.Diff Colon Infections

4. Exhibit #4 Dr. Gerba aka Doctor Clean & Expert Testimony-Describes Vectors: Reader Digest

5. Exhibit #5 NABI Bilogical Positive Blood Test Hepatitis C Las Vegas , NV

6. Exhibit #6 Helping Hands Nurse Rhoden Treats Chronic fungus Infection: Gainesville, Fl

7. Exhibit #7 Greater Meridian Health Care Clinic Nurse McCart Negative Blood Test Hepatitis C Meridian Mississippi 6-10-1997

8. Exhibit #8 FHP Nurse Diane Cowlitz Family Health Cente: shelter Client Claims Hepatitis Infection Longview, Washington 4-7-1998

9. Exhibit #9 Homeless shelter Client Mr. Lopez Claims Hepatitis Infection Albany, Oregon 1998

10. Exhibit #10 You Can't Stay Here Your Too Infectious Visalia Rescue Mission, CA 8-11-1998

11. Exhibit #11You Can't Stay Here Your Too Infectious Carbon County Rescue Mission, Helper Utah 1998

12. Exhibit #12 You Can't Register For Work-State of Texas Workforce Office-Big Spring Texas 9/1998

13. Exhibit #13 You Can't Register For Work-State of Florida 10-23-1999 Gainesville, Fl

14. Exhibit #14 Helping Hands Clinic: Treatment for Fungus Infection- 10-1999

15. Exhibit #15 Dr. Doug Wright finds possible Hepatitis 1999 Exhibit #15a Question of 12 Persons Infected Unknown Pathogen Kerrville, TX 1999

16. Exhibit #16 El Centro Clinic: treatment For Annual Fungus- San Antonio, TX 1999

17. Exhibit #17 Social Security Disability Finding 2-22-2000 suggested I might consider work in Whatburger San Antonio, TX

18. Exhibit #18 Helping Hands Clinic Treatment of Chronic infection Gainesville, Fl 11-2000

19. Exhibit #19 Monroe Regional Medical Center: Treatment of chronic infection Ocala, Florida 10-21-1998

20. Exhibit #20 Salvation Army Clinic treated for chronic infection Austin, TX 12-2000

21. Link Page Print3b.htm Exhibits 21-89

Advanced Medical Directive

Requires Contract to Provide Medical Services
Why Is The United States Going Broke?
Medical Failure Equal Profit for Hospitals and Doctors
Strange I thought medical professionals were supposed to be healers who resolved medical problems instead of dragging them out for years and years to increase profits 10 Doctors 5 years to do minor surgery for cancer in office. 45 Doctors took 15 years to do colon exam. 160 Doctors treated chronic blood clots and 4-5 hospitalizations a year at $400,000 until 1 doctor prescribed Xarelto-a pill a day..131 Doctors Treat Chronic Infection 1 doctor solves problem with hospital visit. Primary Care Physicians prescribe assisted living as needed for hip replacement...., how many years will pass before this occurs

Infections Which Can

Cause Blood Clots

Exhibit 1-3 Family Medical History & Information On Infectious Processes

Family Medical History

Inherited Disorders
Exhibit #1 Brief on Family Medical History
Family History related Genetic Disorders Extensive family history of cancer and GI disorders suggest that medical conditions are congenital or inherited. Provided to Administrative Law Judge Karen McCoy Febuary 1999. My mother Doris Kunzer/Walters a medical transcriptionist for 25 years who retired from Veterans Administration Audy Murphy Hospital complied family records which might assist your request for additonal medical records. These medical records shows a family history or genetic history going back several generations which include colon problems; cancer; heart problems
Chris Walters Early Medical History
1. Chris Walters early medical history was provided by United States Air Force at Homestead AFB which included: Records may be catalogued under name step father Major Hugh V Howard:

2. 1958 Treatment for Impetiego AFB Spokane WA

3. GI Series about 1962 shows problems.

4. Chronic infections some requiring surgery for stalph some suggestions Hansens Disease.

5. 1962 in Japan: INH 1 Year for TB
Exhibit #2 Question of 50 Persons Infected
Or Hospitalized
The question of up to 50 persons who are believed to have been infected by hand contact with Chris Walters during the course of the Social Security claims can only be roughly estimated because no means exist to absolutely prove the injured parties were not infected for instance by living in unhygenic homeless shelters.

Go Ask Alice

Columbia University Health Education
Exhibit #3A What Is A Staphylococcus
Aureus Infection
Please explain a staff infection and its symptoms.

Dear Reader,

Staph (pronounced "staff") is medical quick speak for staphylococcus aureus bacteria. This pesky little bacterium is very common (many people have some living on their skin all the time), but when it enters the human body, usually through an open cut or break in the skin, it can cause infection and trouble anywhere in the body. Staph infections tend to be pus-producing. Common minor (or relatively minor) skin infections caused by staph include:

Folliculitis Infections of hair follicles that cause itchy white pus-filled bumps on the skin (often where people shave or have irritations from skin rubbing against clothes)

Boils Infections deeper within hair follicles that leave large, frequently red inflammations (often occur on the face or neck)

Sties Infection of the follicle surrounding the eyelashes, causing a sore red bump in the eyelid

Impetigo The infection kids often get around their mouths and noses that causes blisters and red scabby skin

Abscesses Infection characterized by pus and swelling that can occur in the skin and in any other organ.

Staph infection is also the leading culprit behind cases of food poisoning, and can be to blame for larger life threatening conditions, such as Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS), pneumonia, bone infections (osteomyelitis), mastitis in nursing mothers, endocarditis (infection of the inside of the heart), and bacteremia (blood infection). People who are otherwise healthy typically do not usually become severely ill from staph infections, but those at special risk, who have weakened immune systems, include: persons with chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, cancer, lung disease, kidney disease, or HIV/AIDS people with various skin conditions the elderly newborns people recovering from major surgery injection drug users (especially those who reuse needles) people whose immune systems are weakened due to steroid use, radiation therapy, cancer treatment, immunosuppressive medications women who are breastfeeding Health care professionals can determine that staph (and not some other bacteria) is the cause of an infection by taking a culture (usually a swab from what looks like a giant Q-tip) from the infected site. Once staph has been diagnosed, the provider will prescribe antibiotics that are known to work on that specific strain of the bacteria. These antibiotics (usually either pills or creams applied to the infected body part) typically kill the bacteria and cure the infection within a week or two.

Hospitals are working to stamp out staph infections, in part because the majority of hospital patients fall into at least one "at-risk" category, but also because drug-resistant strains of staph (versions of the bacteria that aren't killed by one or more of the antibiotics that are commonly used to treat staph infections) are becoming an increasingly common threat. These drug-resistant strains of staph do not cause worse or different infections than non-resistant strains, but they can be much harder to treat because the most common (and easiest to use) antibiotics may not be effective. People with resistant staph infections may require hospitalization to receive antibiotics through an IV or by injection.

Exhibit #3 C.Diff Colon Infections
Clostridia are motile bacteria that are ubiquitous in nature and are especially prevalent in soil. Under the microscope, clostridia appear as long, irregularly (often "drumstick" or "spindle") shaped cells with a bulge at their terminal ends. Under Gram staining, Clostridium difficile cells are Gram-positive and show optimum growth on blood agar at human body temperatures in the absence of oxygen. When stressed, the bacteria produce spores, which tolerate extreme conditions that the active bacteria cannot tolerate.[2]

C. difficile is a commensal bacterium of the human intestine in 2-5% of the population.[2] Long-term hospitalization or residence in a nursing home within the previous year are independent risk factors for increased colonization.[4] In small numbers, C. difficile does not result in significant disease. Antibiotics, especially those with a broad spectrum of activity, cause disruption of normal intestinal flora, leading to an overgrowth of C. difficile, which flourishes under these conditions. This can lead to pseudomembranous colitis (PMC), the generalized inflammation of the colon and the development of pseudomembrane, a viscous collection of inflammatory cells, fibrin, and necrotic cells.[2] Pathogenic C. difficile strains produce several known toxins. The most well-characterized are enterotoxin (toxin A) and cytotoxin (toxin B), both of which are responsible for the diarrhea and inflammation seen in infected patients, although their relative contributions have been debated.[2] Toxins A and B are glucosyltransferases that target and inactivate the Rho family of GTPases. Another toxin, binary toxin, has also been described, but its role in disease is not yet fully understood.[5]

Antibiotic treatment of C. difficile infections can be difficult, due both to antibiotic resistance as well as physiological factors of the bacteria itself (spore formation, protective effects of the pseudomembrane).[2] C. difficile is transmitted from person to person by the fecal-oral route. Because the organism forms heat-resistant spores, it can remain in the hospital or nursing home environment for long periods of time. It can be cultured from almost any surface in the hospital. Once spores are ingested, they pass through the stomach unscathed because of their acid-resistance. They change to their active form in the colon and multiply. Pseudomembranous colitis caused by C. difficile is treated with specific antibiotics, for example, vancomycin, metronidazole, flagyl, bacitracin or fusidic acid.

Several disinfectants commonly used in hospitals may be ineffective against C. difficile spores, and may actually promote spore formation. However, disinfectants containing bleach are effective in killing the organisms.[6] Initially named bacillus difficilis by Hall and O'Toole in 1935 because it was resistant to early attempts at isolation and grew very slowly in culture, it was renamed in 1970.[7]

Exhibit #4 Report On Infection Vectors From Reader Digest

University of Arizona

Soil Water and Enviromental Science
Exhibit #4 Dr. Gerba aka Doctor Clean &
Expert Testimony-Describes Vectors
A portion of my SSI disability question asks if I might be actively infectious with the ability to transmit fecal contamination to 3rd parties. I found an article in Readers Digest May 2000 issue of Reader's Digest, vol. 156, issue 937, and begins on page 130 by Dr. Chuck Gerba a microbiologist at University of Arizona whose research indicates that fecal contamination of bacteria by hand contact is a common factor in transmission of bacteria. Dr. Gerba is referred to as the "germ doctor" a leading authority on such public health issues.

Professor Charles Gerba
The University of Arizona
Room 429 Shantz Building #38
P.O. Box 210038
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0038

Center For Disease Control

-Resistant Infections
Exhibit 4A Question of Chronic Staphylococcus Aureus
Infections & Resistant Strain
It is believed I picked up a resistant strain of Stalph Infection in 2001 in Bellingham Washington while staying at the Rescue Mission. Medical authorities describe the Stalph Infection as ImpetigoIn 2002 it became resistant to Keflex and doctors began recommending stronger antibiotics. Primary Care physicians instructed Chris Walters to avoid physical contact with other persons for their protection. The type of injuries generally noted include:

1. Stalph Posioning-possibly by hand contact with persons who have existing immune system problems.

2. Walking Pneumonia-pneumonic form of stalph

3. Large boils requiring surgery

4. Persons claiming injury typically claim the inability to stand on their feet for 3-5 days.

5. Patients typically require large doses of antibiogics to recover

6. Some persons affected claim symptoms caused by Hepatitis.

University of Arizona Health Science Center

Are Your Kids Making You Sick?
The germ detective solves a household mystery By Anita Bartholomew

The moring bell rings, and 25 or so adorable five-and six-years-old enter their bright tidy classroom. It's a typical day in a typical kindergarten. And the boys and girls are doing what they typically do. They select toys and books, and felt-tip markers, then several kids stick their selections in their mouths

Two little ones wips their drippy noses with a finger and sleeve. Another little boy sticks the corner of a book into his mouth. Moments later he and three other kids are reading it, taking turns flipping the pages. Each child is touching whatever traces of saliva the first child left behind, each one picking up germs.

I'm grossed out. The the slight gray-bearded man beside me, University of Arizona environmental microbiologist Check Gerba, beams in delight. Just as he anticipated this seemingly clean classroom is not a ssanitary as it looks.

He should know. Dr. Gerba is what you might call a germ detective. A well known authority on germs that make us sick, he specializes in hunting down disease causing microbes wherever they hide. His investigations have taken him from private kitchens to public restrooms to the food-expert centers of South America. He seems to greet the discovery of bacteria, viruses, and parasites with the glee most of us reserve for opening Christmas gifts. It's no wonder his job has earned him the nickname Dr. Clean.

Some of what he's turned up may surprise you. "Your dog got it right; drinking out of the toliet wasn't such a bad idea"> The scientist chuckles noting that his studies found more fecal bacteria in the average kitchen sick (from contaminatioed raw rood, washed there) than in the typical flushed toliet bowl.

In a recent test of more than 800 public areas-such as shopping malls, workplaces and day-care centers-Gerba and his colleagues discovered residues of blood, mucus, saliva and uring on many types of surfaces- elevator buttons, shopping-carts handles and escalator hand rests among them. But the places that were most contaminated? Childrens palygrounds (36 % of surfaces tested) and day-care centers (46 precent of surfaces tested) . That particularily bad news because children are more susceptible than adults to the random germs that surround us all.

Dr. Gerba is attending kindergarten today at the request of Reader's Digest. We asked him to spend sometime with the Kelly family or Sarastoa, Fla-Bryan and Danielle and their two children, six year old T.J. and two year old Shannon. The Kellys seem constantly to be passing around colds, flu and other viruses- which make them like more families with kids.

It's been show that once you have children, the number of colds per audyt in the family at least doubles," Gerba says.

But annoying sniffles are the least of it. Many microbiologist believe there has been a steady increase of the number of infections in kids that lead to intestinal and stomach upset.

Why? "It may be because children are going into day-care centers and into school at a younger age," Gerba says. "so they're exposed to more germs earlier on. We also take the children to large play areas, like playgrounds at fast-food restaurants. Not to mention trips to the mall"

So exactly what kind of germs are out there waiting for our kids? And can we minimize our children's exposure by keeping certain surfaces clean? We We're about to find out.

The slim, bespectacles scientist sits in a kiddie-size chair at the back of the classroom and sets out test rubes, swabs, and chamicals-his ad hoc lab. With a Q-Tip like swab he dabs on a spot on the table's surface. "I'm going to look for fecal bacteria, slaavia, blood, mucus, and a measure of good filth", he announces as he drops the swab into a test tube".

If the liquid in the test tube turns dark in the next ten minutes, bodily fluids are present. And if bodily fluids are present, we know that germs could be present too. As there are hundreds of possibilities including viruses that cause colds, flu, and diarrhea, and bacteria such as Stalphylococcus aurens (staph) and strep and parasites-this test dosen't look for specific microbes.
Gerba dabs again at the same spot, using a second swab, which he places in a separate tube. This test is for coliform bacteria and E. coli, baoth present in fecal matter. The E. coli he's testing for does not cause disease like the strain responsible for recent outbreaks of food poisioning but if they type is present, the other more dangerous variety may be as well. How might bacteria from feces find it's way onto these surfaces? Improper hand washing after going to the bathroom, says Gerba.

It will be about 24 hours before we'll have the fecal-bacteria results. As he shakes the test tubes I scan the rom. One child picks his nose, then wanders over to the supply shelves for a bottle of paper paste. He handles a number of bottles before he decondes on the one he wants. Gerba also watches intently, then scurries over and swabs a paste bottle as well as several markers on the shelf.

Through the moring, as the kids sing and play, Gerba swabs the surfaces they touch most; toys, computer, play areas. He also checks a sponge on the sink where the kids wash up before lunch. "A sponge is a great area for microorganisms to grow", Gerba says. "So life is teriffic in a sponge if your a bacteria".

At each desk is a water bottle and a pull-top; each is labeled with a child's name. Gerba swabs one pull-top.

When the children leave for the cafeteria, Dr. Gerba examines the first set of test tubes. He finds the heaviest concentration of bodily fluids on the computer mouse, the supply shelves where paste, markers, and crayons are store, and the kids favorite puzzle.

But what does this mean? Could T.J. Kelly pick up a cold, flu, or dirrhea from these objects?" If somebody in the classroom had it, of course" says the germ detective. "If the surfaces are heavily contaminated with such fluid as saliva or blood, then they're also heavily contaminated with any germs growing in those fluids

Soon whe're off to the playground where T.J. and his classmates enjoy exuberant fun before clas resumes. Spoilsport that he is, Gerba is right behind them, swabbing money bars, play tunnels, and slides.

The we head for a favorte fastfood restaurant, which has a big playroom with plastic tunnels, pens, and slides. Gerba is one stop behind curly headed Shannon as she crawls through a certain of clear vinyl streamers into a blud padded playpan. One look at the vinyl stips and Gerba knows he his pay dirt. "Gross!" he shouts, a little too enthusiastically for my taste. "Ever kid pushes through this with his face and wipes his nose on it on the way in". He also testes the blue pen behind the vinyl stips and one of the tunnels.

While we devour our fried food, the swabbed samples develop. Within minutes as Gerba guessed, we learn that the vinyl shield is the most heavily contaminated with bodily fluids. The playpen and Tunnels are contaminated too. These fries that I enagerly gobbled are suddenly not sitting so well.

The next day, the University of Florida lab in St. Petersburg, Dr. Gerba examined the second set of test tubes. We're look for bacteria that originate in fecal materials onthe surfaces that we tested yesterday". He explains. "If the bacterial are present, we"ll get a yellow color in these test tubes." Several samples have definitely changed color.

Gerba points to the sample he took from the sponge. The fluid is very yellow, as in the sample from the classroom sink.

What other surfaces are heavily contaiminated with fecal bacteria? The fast-food restaurant play areas, the school playground and pull top from the water bottles that the childrne had in the classroom. Gerba grins at this last discovery. It's clear that the school intended to minimize the spread of germs by labeling the bottles. But the plan backfired. "You have to use your fingers to close the cap. Then if bacteria get on there, it's going to survive for a long time because the cap is moist."

Gerba does one final test on our second set of samples, shining an ultraviolet light on the test tubes on search for E. coli which will glow if present. He finds it in one tube, but not from a sample taken in T.J.'s classroom. It's on the baseball bat that all the neighborhood kids shared. E.coli bacteria survive only a few hours, but if the kids didn't wash their hands thoroughly before dinner, E. coli germs may well have spread through several homes....

His most important advice? It's what mothers have advised for the past couple of centuries: wash your hands-when you come in from the outside, before meals, after handling food, after using the bathroom, and any other time you thing you might have come in contact with germs. According to Dr. Clean, it's still your first, last, and best defense.

Exhibits #5-9 Question of Hepatitis C 1997

NABI Corporate Office

5800 Park of Commerce
Blvd. NW,
Boca Raton, FL 33487
(561) 989-5800
Fax (800) 642-8874
Positive Blood Test Hepatitis C
Exhibit #5
NABI Plasma Center
1993 Doctor Diagnosis Hepatitis C
"almost off the chart"
1700 W Freemont
Las Vegas, NV

Greater Meridian Health Care Clinic

Nurse McCart
2701 Davis Street
Meridian, MS 39301
(601) 693-0148
Medical Clinic
(601) 693-0118
Negative Blood Test Hepatitis C
Exhibit #7
Patient Chart 18325A Dated Seen:6-10-97 Diagnosis:No Hepatitis C

ARNP Nurse Jane Rhoden
Helping Hands Website
Helping Hands Source
639 E University Ave
Gainesville, Fl
Nurse Rhoden Treats
Chronic Infection-Exhibit #6
Diagnosis: Chronic Infections Treatment:antifungus cream Comments: Treating what appears to be chronic fungus and yeast infections

Public Health Nurse
Butte County Public Health
Address:2445 Carmichael Dr
Chico, CA
(530) 879-3666
Question of 2 Men Hospitalized
Possible $80,000 Hospital Bill Exhibit #7
2 residents of Salvation Army Lodge Feburary ,1998 Diagnosis:2 residents Salvation Army Lodge came down with Hepatitis A Treatment:2 weeks intensive care Comments: Question as to wheather they got sick from something I might have been carrying since we shared room-costs est $80,000 2 men in ICU for 2 weeks.

FHP Nurse Diane
Cowlitz Family Health Center
Family Planning Clinic
1057 12th Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
(360) 636-3892
Shelter Client
Claims Hepatitis Infection Exhibit #8
Date Seen: 4-7-1998 Diagnosis: Needed GI exam Treatment: Asked Community House Off Broadway shelter staff to arrange exam Comments: Client Claims Infected Hepatitis A.

Linn County Department Health
104 4th Ave SW
Albany, OR 97321
(541) 967-3819
Shelter Client
Claims Hepatitis Infection Exhibit #9
Albany Helping Hands Patient:Mr. Lopez Date seen:1998 Diagnosis:Hepatitis A Treatment:Mr. Lopez apparently contracted Hepatitis A while staying at Albany Helping Hands where I prepared volunteer meals in kitchen and Health Department now requires all volunteers to have health card...

Exhibit 10-11 Question of Hepatitis A Infections 1998

Linn County Department Health
104 4th Ave SW
Albany, OR 97321
(541) 967-3819
Shelter Client
Claims Hepatitis Infection Exhibit #9
Albany Helping Hands Patient:Mr. Lopez Date seen:1998 Diagnosis:Hepatitis A Treatment:Mr. Lopez apparently contracted Hepatitis A while staying at Albany Helping Hands where I prepared volunteer meals in kitchen and Health Department now requires all volunteers to have health card...

Visalia Rescue Mission
Director Danny Little
322 NE 1st Ave
Visalia, CA 93291
(559) 733-2231
You Can't Stay
Here Your Too Infectious Exhibit #10
Date Seen: 8-11-1998 Comments: Mission stated I could not be sheltered because of my infectious might endanger clients/staff

Carbon Rescue Mission
178 S Main St
Helper, UT 84526
You Can't Stay
Here Your Too Infectious Exhibit 11
Date Seen: 1998 Comments: Explained several guest got sick with severe flu like symptoms want me to leave- asap-Community provided bus ticket to Texas State.

Exhibit #12-13 You Can't Register For Work Texas Workforce Commission
And In State of Florida 1998/1999

Texas Workforce Commission
310 Owens St
Big Spring, TX
915) 263-8373
You Can't Register
For Work-State of Texas Exhibit 12
Date Seen: 9/1998 Diagnosis: Infectious threat Treatment: Ordered to leave employment office

Workforce Board
State of Florida
Department of Labor
4800 SW 13th Street
Gainesville, Fl 32608
You Can't Register
For Work-State of Florida Exhibit 13
Patient# HRS FS Case #1008416339 Date Seen 10-23-1999 Diagnosis: Infectious threat Treatment: Denied registration Comments: Cannot register for work until it can be proven I am not a threat to others.

Workforce Board
State of Florida
Department of Labor
4800 SW 13th Street
Gainesville, Fl 32608
You Can't Register
For Work-State of Florida Exhibit 13
Patient# HRS FS Case #1008416339 Date Seen 10-23-1999 Diagnosis: Infectious threat Treatment: Denied registration Comments: Cannot register for work until it can be proven I am not a threat to others.

Denied Permission To Register To Work In Florida
State of Florida Department of Labor
4800 SW 13th Street
Gainesville, Fl 32608

Helping Hands
ARNP Nurse Jane Rhoden
639 E University Ave
Gainesville, Fl
Treatment for
Fungus Infection-Exhibit 14
Date Seen: 10-19-1998 Diagnosis: Require GI exam Treatment: Referral for GI examination-antifungus cream Comments: Request denied by Salvation Army Lodge for medical work stating they do not provide such services for non local residents

Required Medical Treatment
Question of 12 Persons Infected
Unknown Pathogen Kerrville, TX 1999 Exhibit #15
These friends and realtives reported they got sick in 1999 after spending time near me and all required various degrees of medical treatment:

Santiago OMalley
116 Chole Lane
Kerrville, TX 78028

Mark & Lora Walters
40 W Sunset Drive
Kerrville, TX 78028
. 352 Spur 100
Kerrville, TX 78028

Exhibit #14-16 Expanding Infections 3rd Parties 1999

Dr. Douglas Wright

3rd Floor 710 Water Street
Kerrville, Texas 78028
Fax: 830-257-6620
Dr. Wright Finds
Possible Hepatitis-Exhibit 14
Dr. Doug Wright is a Board Certified GI specialist who has conducted a blood test and extensive examination and writes on his report"possible Hepatitis". It is or it isn't how can it be possible.

Dr. Douglas Wright

3rd Floor 710 Water Street
Kerrville, Texas 78028
Fax: 830-257-6620

Dr. Douglas Wright

3rd Floor 710 Water Street
Kerrville, Texas 78028
Fax: 830-257-6620

Exhibit #17 Social Security Finding Feburary 2,2000

Centro Med

Health Care for The Homeless
Dullnig Clinic
204 Nolan
San Antonio, TX 78204
(210) 229-9322
Treatment For
Annual Fungus-Exhibit #16
Clinic De Barrio
1999 Diagnosis Chronic fungus infection Treatment tonaftate cream- Comments:Worked

US Social Security Adm

1249 S Vinnell Way # 101,
Boise, ID 83709
(208) 321-2900
Social Security
Disability Finding 2-22-2000-Exhibit #17
Social Security Administration
Date Feb 22-2000
Claim 261-90-6357

Supplemental Security Income 
Notice of Disapproved Claim 
Christopher A Walters 
c/o Boise Rescue 520 Front Street 
Boise,ID  83704

We are writing about your clim for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments. Based on a review of your health problems, you do not quality for benefits on this claim. This is because you are not disabled under our rules:
Trained Staff Reviewed Your Case and Made These Decisions. They work for your State, but used our rules. The determination on your claim was made by an agency of the State. It was not made by your own doctor or by any other agency's written report about you. However, any evidence they gave us was used in making this determination. Doctors and other people in the State agency who are trained in disability evaluation reviewed the evidence and made the determinatio based on Social Security law and regulations.

The Decision on Christopher A. Walters' Case** The following reports were used to decide your claim (16 of 100 medical sources)Birmingham Health Care for Homelss response received Salvation Army Hospital & Health Clinic Cooper Green Hospital Good Shephered Hospital El Rio Clinic Douglas Community Hospital Columbia Community Hospital Columbia Capital Medical Center Cowlitz Family Health Center Mercy Medical Center Brackenridge Hospital Kaweah Delta Hospital Helping Hands Clinic Shands Clinic Munroe Regional Medical Center Lakeland Reg Med Ctr Doug Wright, MD.

We have determined that your condition is not severe enough to keep you from working. We considered the medical and other information your age, education, training, and work experience inn determining how your condition affects your ability work to work:

You said you are disabled due to skin cancer, malignant melanoma, GI disorder, frequent vowel movements, blood clots in the legs and hepatitis. The medical shows that you have a history of these problems.

1. It shows that you have surgical excision of melanoma in the past. There is no evidence of recurrence (**failed to include reports on additional treatment).

2. It shows that you have been treated for intestinal problems with frequent bowel movements.

3. You do have a mild edema and varicosities in your lower extremities, but no ulcerations.

4. You should avoid direct exposure to sunlight.

5. You should also have access to restroom facilities.

Upon recent examination, your chest is clear. Your heart rate is regular. There is not evidence of masses or abdominal tenderness. Your weight is stable. The evidence does not show severe neurological deficits. You are able to walk and move about independently. Based on the objective medical finding your condition is not of the severity that would prevent you from doing all types of work. Although you have no past substantial work, you should have the capacity to preform a wide range of other work within your limitations. Thus, your cliam is denied.>>>>... Continues on standardized form information.

Exhibits #18-20 Chronic Infections 2000

Helping Hands
Nurse Jane Rhoden ARNP
Helping Hands Clinic
639 E University Ave
Treatment of Chronic
Infection Exhibit #18
Date Seen: 11-2000 Diagnosis: Fungus Infection Treatment: Prescribed cream Comments: Asked why she has been treating fungus infection for 6 years.

Munroe Regional Medical Center

131 SW 15th Street
Ocala, Fl 34478
Treatment of Chronic
Infection Exhibit #19
Date Seen: 10-21-1998 Diagnosis: GI problems and infections Treatment: Clindex Nizoril Creme for Anal Infection

Salvation Army Red Shield Lodge

Health Source
501 E 8th St
Austin,TX 78701
(512) 476-1111
Treatment of Chronic
Infection Exhibit #20
Date Seen:12-2000 Diagnosis:Fungus Infection Treatment:Antifungal cream

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