Blue Cross & Blue
Shield of Oklahoma
Dear Mr. Wallace
I am writing to follow up on our previous contacts. I have been told that you would be getting together with Dr. Huey in order to go through a process of investigation/decision making regarding the new field of Nerve Signal Interference (NSI) Removal.
I must once again elaborate for you the significance of the position that I am in. Dr. Earl Franklin Craton, D.C., my grandfather, is the founder of the field. He won the Texas Chiropractic College's Centennial Award in 1995. In this accomplishment he was recognized as achieving that which other chiropractors could not. The plaque reads "in exclusive recognition of exemplary service to the Chiropractic profession".
Grandpa, through the years, has educated me in the failings of the chiropractic profession, in total. He taught me the right way of thinking in order to understand what I was dealing with. He did this through the vocabulary of the field. He explained the misnomers that exist, even today, in the chiropractic profession, and the truth regarding the architectural design of the joints that he felt were so vitally important.
I am enclosing a video tape for your convenience in order to allow you to better understand the difference between the old field of chiropractic and the new field of NSI Removal.
It is time for a change. The old field of chiropractic is in a position of being caught in the ruts of their own creation. The new field is a breath of fresh air from the future. It makes sense to me that the insurance companies would come to that same conclusion if only the proper due process were served.
You have the power to change the world as we know it; and, this is a good thing. Please, I pray that you allow the public the opportunity to fully benefit from Grandpa's life's research. That research is NOT inside the chiropractic profession due to their inability to destroy their collective ego. It is planted firmly in me.
Tammy Joy Kennedy
PS. I don't have all the time in the world to wait on your enlightenment. I am in the process of popularizing this field with the public. If you have not made the right decision by the time that I figure out how to go around you, you will find yourself and your company out of the loop. Please don't wait much longer, I am closer to my dreams than you can imagine. I await your response.
Tammy Joy Kennedy
Ph: (580) 358-0074
("a Day in the Life" Volume #1 was sent as an enclosure.)
Mailed: December 2, 2002
Delivered: December 4, 2002
This page was first posted on January 7, 2003 and last revised on May 31, 2007.