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More Ways to Help


     We need your help to spread the word about AT&T's shams. You can do so much to help.


     Write to the Attorney General -- demand an investigation into AT&T's perjury and the cover-up. Her address is:

Honorable Janet Reno
US Attorney General
10th Street & Constitution NW
Washington, DC 20530

Include the case number, US V. Maydak, CR 93-133 (WDPA) and demand that she instruct the ``Office of Professional Responsibility'' to investigate why Assistant US Attorney Paul Hull isn't concerned about AT&T's perjury when he had full knowledge that AT&T was paid for the 43,500 calls.


     Write to the pardon attorney. Demand an investigation into Maydak's perjured conviction and demand a full pardon. If more than 6 letters are received, he will start an investigation.

His address is:

US Pardon Attorney
500 First Street NW
7th Floor
Washington, DC 20534

Include the case number, US V. Maydak, CR 93-133 (WDPA).


     Write to the Judge who gave Maydak 8 years and explain that you don't appreciate paying $35,000 per year to ``warehouse'' Keith Maydak for longer than most murderers get.

Honorable Judge Alan Block
US Post Office and Courthouse
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

     Call or write to AT&T's attorneys in Pittsburgh. Ask them why AT&T didn't explain that they weren't allowed to bill for the calls from the Flying J's at Keith's trial. Ask them why AT&T didn't tell the government that they were paid for those calls.

Michael Bucci, Jr., Esquire
Thorp Reed and Armstrong
One Riverfront Center
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
(412)394-2366

Switch to another long distance carrier and tell AT&T why. Tell:

Marilyn Laurie
AT&T Corporation
32 Boulevard of the Americas
New York, NY

     Complain to the FCC. Demand they investigate AT&T's production of illegal bills in violation of 47 USC 203 and their use at Keith Maydak's trial. Demand they investigate whether AT&T's tariffs allowed those calls (it didn't). AT&T will have to respond within 30 days and you will get a copy of the response.

     AT&T is familiar with the case and sends the FCC pictures of Keith Maydak wearing a ``Beavis and Butthead'' t-shirt with each complaint. (A valuable collectors item?)

Write to:

Informal Complaints
Common Carrier Bureau -- Enforcement Division
1919 M Street NW
Washington, DC 20554

And, of course, tell your friends.


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