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#1 Posted : Thursday, March 25, 2021 9:17:17 AM(UTC)

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I am a former Federal employee.

The agency I was with made a substantial number of fraudulent documentations in my employee records. Included were: an altered employment date (10+ years); a false AWOL charge; false charge of abusing sick leave; a HUGE number of criminal charges for which there was no due process. There were multiple requests to prosecute me, all declined. After prosecution was declined the agency documented the charges in the record. The charges were then reported as fact to other agencies.

After I terminated the employment, a criminal investigation was attached to my record with a memo to never rehire me.

In appeals to EEOC (2x); MSPB (3x); and Federal Court of Appeals, it was ruled there was no discrimination, no retaliation, no hostility, and no harassment.

I have provided documentation to the FBI and DOJ that shows suppression of evidence; obstruction of justice; perjury; blackball; and coverup. Those agencies have refused to investigate and referred me back to EEOC and/or MSPB.

Any ideas as to how to get the fraudulent documentations removed from the record?
#2 Posted : Thursday, March 25, 2021 1:40:18 PM(UTC)

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Sounds like this is not a DIY, my recommendation research a lawyer who specialized in this area.
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