In 1998 I filed charges of racial discrimination and harassment than I was retaliated against by the employer and terminated 6 months later.
The EEOC investigated the case poorly and gave me a letter of right to sue.
During the investigation, the EEOC investigator refused to investigate electronic data or evidence that supported my claims and charges. He also refused to contact my most crucial witness. He than absolutely refused to address or take issue of my complaints of perjury, fraud, obstruction of justice and conspiracy. IN 2004 my case was dismissed by a racist and bias arbitrator.
Just this month November 2007 one of the employers witness issued a retraction letter stating he lied and committed perjury against me in 1998 and he is now stating he was fully aware of facts that supported my case and charges.
Now that this witness is coming clean and say he lied it clearly demonstrates what the truth was and it supported my case and it demonstrates that had the eeoc investigator followed through and investigated the electronic evidence and contacted my most crucial witnesses he would have discovered my claim and story was true and supported by his findings. But he failed. He refused to investigate the electronic evidence, he failed to contact my most crucial witnesses and he failed to address the crimes of obstruction of justice, perjury, fraud and conspiracy. Had the the EEOC done a competent job and not refuse to investigate the electronic evidence, crucial witnesses and address my complaints of perjury, fraud, obstruction of justice and conspiracy
I would have won my case. Had the EEOC conducted itself in a professional manner and competency and exercised a level of standard practiced in the legal community I would not have lost my case. I would not have suffered even more. My family would not have suffered. The EEOC exacerbated the matter and caused even more harm, to me and my family.
It is a shame that a government agency charged to preserve and protect our civil rights perform in such a poor and incompetent manner and actually refuse to do its task and job it is charged to perform on behalf of the public.
The question now is that if the EEOC knowingly, willingly and intentionally refused to investigate crucial and important evidence and witnesses when it was requested and ask to do numerous times, can they be held accountable for dereliction of duty. Isn't the EEOC mandated to meet a certain criteria or standard?
Do I have enough evidence and grounds to file a law suit against the EEOC?
If the EEOC willingly, intentionally and knowingly refused to take the necessary steps and action than can it not be held responsible for its failures and incompetence?
It is absurd to think that victims of racial discrimination and civil rights violations can only expect a poor and substandard level of performance from the very federal agency charged by congress to preserve and protect our rights. Who is ultimately responsible here for such a failure, the EEOC or the Congress of the united States for negligence and failure to hold the EEOC accountable?
Why isn't the EEOC held accountable?
Is it because the United States Congress is a racist institution that is insensitive to civil rights violations and racial discrimination?
Is the Congress and the Senate just doing enough to win our votes and appease the minority community or are they really interested in eradicating racial discrimination and harassment at the workplace?
I want to know can I hold the EEOC accountable in a law suit? I believe I have enough evidence to demonstrate the EEOC was not only negligent but also it refused to act on important and crucial evidence that would have proven my case had they had simply not refuse to investigate these evidence.
Of course the evidence is now clear by a hostile witness coming forward and admitting he committed perjury and fraud. The point here is that had the EEOC done its job and acted on the evidence and proof I provided it to investigate they would have learned the truth 8 years ago instead of a hostile witness coming forward and telling the truth supporting my case and charges.
How do I sue the EEOC now that I have plenty of evidence and proof that they knowingly and willingly refused to investigate crucial evidence that has now surfaced as true and supportive of my charges? MY point here is that the EEOC was provided these evidence and proof to investigate and substantiate and they refused to act on them believing I was lying and believing I was untruthful because
Any ideas? I know that I would have to get a federal court to allow or permit to be able to sue the EEOC. I would have to show cause that EEOC has to be sued to remedy its failures and be held accountable.