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Orland Park Public Library Calls Police 5 Times on Critics but Fails to Report Sex Offenders

4. November 14, 2013 I wrote a letter that needed to be delivered to Nancy Healy, Board President, before the next board meeting on the following Monday.

I sent the letter by email on the 14th only to have it bounce back as "undeliverable." After attempting two more times and failing I realized the library had blocked my email address and my channels of communication with the board members. This happened (suspiciously) after I had has sent an email to all library employees informing them of their rights under Illinois law to contact the EEOC with complaints about a hostile work environment.

Through FOIA requests, I have evidence that the library director was not beneath squirreling away my messages from board members so taking the letter to the library was not an option. Healy's home address is public record (since she is a public official and all) and it had been published in no less than two local papers. I found it easily and dropped off the letter at her door that afternoon on my way to the grocery store. When I got home it was revealed that Healy had once again summoned police to target and intimidate me, acting in her official capacity as the Board President.

She even admitted to the officer during the call that what she really wants is for there to be a "record" on me. This is a gross abuse of power against a private citizen by an elected official. The written police report of this incident reveals that after this call the police put a security detail on her house for "several days" at great cost to the taxpayers. Healy, like Fessler, was not charged with making a nuisance call and to my knowledge was not sent a bill for that needless private security detail.