USC Honorary MS Degree Application

Trustees of the University of Southern California

I Derrick Michael Reid hereby apply for an Honorary Masters Degree in Engineering.

I went to USC graduate Engineering School in about the 1976-77 time period, and completed about 3/4 of the classes required. I was pulled away from school as my duty to the country for critical US weapon technology development, specifically, Cruise Missiles and F16 Navigation Systems, and solved their problems, but never returned to USC to complete the degree, and always felt a little empty in life, never getting the MS degree from USC. I worked as an engineer for 10 years, worked as a patent litigators in the federal courts for 10 years, and I spent 15 years being educated by the top Phd Scientists, Physicists, Chemists, inter alia, in the country prosecuting their patent applications with a 98% success rate. See Attached US Patents. My resume can be found in a legal memo on line to stop the Gold Cartel from criminally manipulating bullion prices on the NY COMEX, now posted in facebook, for your review. In May-June 2013 I set forth this proposal to end market manipulation in the US, to end TBTF and TBTJ to save the country. Currently I am running for US President 2016, having developed five skills, including Patent Law, Engineering, Political Analyst, Bullion Market Analyst, and Supreme Military Commander. A Freedom platform can be found also on facebook for your review. I have created a comprehensive, integrated, sweeping plan for restoring Americana Greatest also now posted in facebook. I would be happy to speak to any graduating class if asked to do so. As I have completed 15 years of top level high technology full time schooling by this country's top scientists, in addition to a full year of graduate engineering study at USC, I believe an honorary Master's Degree from USC is appropriate.

Respectfully Submitted
Derrick Michael Reid BSEE, JD,
Engineer, Lawyer, Military Scientist,
Bullion market analyst, Geopolitical Analyst,
2016 Presidential Candidate.

University of Southern California