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From: Anglen, Robert
Date: Sun, Sep 28, 2014 at 9:40 AM
Subject: Story on camelback consign
To: Glenn Michaels
Story is in today's paper. Your blog is mentioned prominently in the story. Thanks for all of your help. Here is a link:
THIS IS NOT JUST ANOTHER SOB STORY.
THIS IS THE STORY OF WHAT ONE SOB DID
TO SOMEONE WHO FORMERLY WORKED FOR
SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS OF ALABAMA.
IF IT COULD HAPPEN TO HER
IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU.
UNLESS THE LAWS
Courtney Chamberlin Taylor submitted the following complaint to the Attorney General a few months back. A shorter form of this story appears in the post, Complaints, Complaints, Complaints > #15.
To ensure the widest possible visibility, I took the liberty of transcribing Courtney's handwritten complaint form. All three pages of that complaint will be found below so that you can be check the quality of the transcription, as needed.
I have never met Courtney Taylor. She found my blog and contacted me through it.
We have periodically communicated by email. Courtney previously worked in Washington D.C., for Senator Sessions of Alabama. Courtney's ex- now works for Arizona Senator Jeff Flake. Neither fact, it seems, has spared her from the miseries described below nor enabled her to obtain any form of justice or recompense.
I should add that on the very day I was retrieving what I could from Camelback Consign & Design, I saw many unopened boxes labeled as fragile with the names of various birds, in the back area beside my own items. Later, I would learn that those Dorothy Doughty designed porcelain birds belonged to Courtney Taylor. They have not been recovered.
NOTE: Transcribed content appears below the image it is derived from.
Take a look at pix of Courtney's missing items: