Kansas City, MO 64171-0231
United States of America
Today one visited our probation
officer, Ms. Cherie Ent, She said that, "There is no reason that I can think of why you cant be released from probation."
The court hearing is 11/15/02, at 9:30 a.m., Judge Kramer, Jackson County Courthouse, Kansas City, MO.
She then informed me that
an Angelo Restivo, a former "Witness," in this case had called her, and complained to her about my alleged telephone harassment,
towards him. Mr. Restivo has not filed any police complaint. Therefore Mr. Restivo is merely trying to sabotage Ones Probation
It is too bad that Mr. Restivo
is such a miserable person. After spending over three (3) years, of a five (5) year probation sentence, one would hope that
he would have better, and more constructive things to do with his time, than harass me.
Send to Dave Surhoff, Esq.
Enclosed you will find two
letters (One listed here) of recommendation, for my release from probation. Please review them. Also you will find a copy
of a recent email from Mr. Restivo.
I have not contacted Mr. Restivo
by telephone, or email, or any other means. As per our discussion yesterday, Mr. Restivo is an old enemy of mine, and he will
do anything to stop my probation from being dropped and/or sending me to prison.
Mr. Restivo should be charged
with harassment of me. Since he has no evidence of my harassing him; he is just trying to sabotage my probation hearing, and
its results. Thanks for your time and concern
October 30, 2002
Dear Honorable Judge Kramer:
James Nile has been volunteering
at our Center for the past nine months. He works at the front desk answering telephone calls and helping with other administrative
He has always proven to be
on time and reliable covering two afternoon shifts during the week. He has also helped staff our booth at the AIDS WALK, the
Pride Festival and our recent street fair here in Westport.
He is very industrious and
takes the initiative to ask for more work or more ways he can be of help. He is courteous to the Centers visitors and the
other volunteers on our staff.
I hope you give his situation
Director of the KC lesbian
and gay community center
CeSubject: (no subject)
Wed, 30 Oct 2002 17:11:49 EST
I have told you not to: talk to me, call me, write me or e-mail me.
you think you can.
Well I think you should go back to jail, and leave
alone. What is your problem? Do you think I am kidding
DA? I am going to your hearing on November 15, at 9:30am. And I am
judge that: "You are not to be let out on the streets. And you
serve your full time for ARSON."
sending all those e-mails just makes you think that you are a
a "freak". Everyone thinks this of
you. Of couse you think that's
But it's no wonder that your own mother put a restraining order
Have a good day, and Please Leave Me ALONE or go back to jail.
KC Exposures News Magazine #1 in KC
11/15/02 Today in Judge Kramers courtroom, I was released from
probation. It was one of the better days in my life! Now I have to find out if I am still on parole in California.
11/18/02 I contacted my former Probation Officer. I asked
her, Please find out if I am still on California Parole?
1124/02 I called my P.O. again. I asked her, What did you find out about my California Parole? She replied, We couldnt find anything on your California Parole.
I said, Great! Happy Holidays to you.
I am now truly free!