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Timothy Golden 1 year ago

U.S. Department of Justice,

remember:

EEOC Office of Inspector General 7:27 PM

To: treasurelife911@hotmail.com

noreply@eeoc.gov

Where’s your package?

EK745511241US

Delivery Date: Jul 10, 2015

Status:Delivered (WASHINGTON, DC 20507)

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This is in response to your correspondence sent to

the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC),

Office of Inspector General (OIG) Hotline.

Thank you for contacting the EEOC OIG Hotline.

Submitted on Thursday, October 15, 2015–19:27

Submitted by user:

When is the best time to contact? Any time

Email: treasurelife911@hotmail.com

Do you wish anonymity? No

Last Name: Golden

First Name: Timothy

Subject Type: EEOC charge no. 520–2014–01691

Subject District/Field/Area/Office: NEW YORK DISTRICT OFFICE

Complaint Category: Fraud

Complaint Summary:

U.S. Department of Justice,

Fact: Section 2000e-5(b) charges the EEOC with a “mandatory and unqualified” duty to investigate. (google it! vs bing it! )

Q: is the NY EEOC intentionally dismissing disability discrimination complaint(s) and cases?

Fact1: On 11/2/2009 I suffered an on-duty work-accident with injuries

Fact2: On 3/28/2013 NYS WCALJudge Robert Anderson classified me as having Permanent Partial Disability (PPD);

for employer I could do inside work or outside work (as an indoor technician or as an outdoor technician) with restrictions

Fact3: Verizon never engaged me and my doctor Dr. Lippe “in good faith”

in the mandatory ADA interactive process

Fact4: Verizon never (not once in 5 years) offered me

a reasonable accommodation (a reassignment) in writing

Fact5: Verizon did not get me (the 1st time) my 2010 W2 until April 6, 2011; 3 months late! (ADA violation and IRS violation prove no interactive process)

Fact6: Verizon did not get me (the 2nd time) my 2012 W2 until April 19, 2013; 3 months late! (ADA violation and IRS violation prove no interactive process)

p.p.s.

On March 21, 2014 I filed a written disability discrimination complaint against Verizon with the NY EEOC

On or about May 9, 2014 Verizon received from the NY EEOC

my disability discrimination complaint(s)

On or about May 9, 2014 the NY EEOC requested

a reasonable accommodation for me

Fact:

10. How quickly must an employer respond to a request for reasonable accommodation?

An employer should respond expeditiously to a request

for reasonable accommodation.

If the employer and the individual with a disability need to engage

in an interactive process, this too should proceed as quickly as possible.(37)

Similarly, the employer should act promptly to provide

the reasonable accommodation. Unnecessary delays can result in a violation of the ADA.(38)

Fact: the EEOC has the authority to draw adverse inferences against a party (a respondent) for(e!) failing to comply with EEOC requests for information. 29 C.F.R. Section 1614.404(c).

Fact: On or about May 13, 2015 Verizon responded (in writing)

to the NY EEOC; 12 months! (369 days!) later

Q: did Verizon respond to the NY EEOC promptly (within 2 weeks)?

Q: why didn’t Verizon respond promptly (within 2 weeks)?

Q: why did the NY EEOC let Verizon take its time (12 months!) (369 days!)

to respond?

On or about May 15, 2015 the NY EEOC notified me that Verizon responded to my disability discrimination complaint(s)

The NY EEOC stated that I needed to respond by May 29, 2015 (within 2 weeks!)

p.p.p.s.

U.S. Department of Justice,

I responded to the NY EEOC with my 14th written communication (which included my prior 13 written communications); 271 pages!

I followed THAT up with my 15th written communication; a 16 page fax

I followed THAT up with my 16th written communication; 100+ pages

p.p.p.p.s.

U.S. Department of Justice,

On or about June 9, 2015 the NY EEOC investigator and director signed order dismissing (denying me?) my disability discrimination complaint(s) and case

p.p.p.p.p.s.

U.S. Department of Justice,

Fact: EEOC investigator Young never interviewed me or my witnesses

Fact: EEOC Enforcement Unit never interviewed me or my witnesses

Fact: EEOC investigator Zygmund never interviewed me or my witnesses

p.p.p.p.p.p.s.

Fact: I wrote (overnighted 500+ pages) to(o) the NY EEOC 7 times!

signed by E. Nixon on 3/21/14

signed by E. Nixon on 4/22/14

signed by E. Nixon on 5/13/14

signed by E. Nixon on 7/9/14

signed by E. Nixon on 1/6/15

signed by E. Nixon on 5/28/15

signed by E. Nixon on 6/2/15

I got back and I am saving all 7 signed green cards (USPS Form 3811)

Fact: I faxed man y pages to(o) the NY EEOC 10 times!

I got back and I am saving each fax confirmation

Q: did the NY EEOC ever “amend” my disability discrimination complaint(s)?

Q: if nyet (no)

then why nyet (no)?

p.p.p.p.p.p.p.s.

U.S. Department of Justice,

Investigate! the NY EEOC for(e!):

1 misconduct and/or mismanagement

2 dereliction of duty

3 failing to “amend” my disability discrimination complaint(s)

4 failing to investigate my disability discrimination complaint(s)

“in good faith” (in a ‘thorough and timely’ manner)

p.p.p.p.p.p.p.p.s.

U.S. Department of Justice,

Fact: The Philadelphia EEOC sued Verizon in 2011 for $20M because

the EEOC found that Verizon failed to offer its injured employees

reasonable accommodations

Fact: Verizon violated the EEOC’s 3-year decree with injunctions

Fact: My disability discrimination complaint(s) and case is similar to

the Jewel-Osco case which the Chicago EEOC successfully litigated

p.p.p.p.p.p.p.p.p.s.

U.S. Department of Justice,

On July 10, 2015 I filed a written complaint with

Director, Office of Field Management

EEOC

131 M Street, NE Washington, DC 20507

USPS Form 3811 EK745511241US

p.p.p.p.p.p.p.p.p.p.s.

Fact: It’s Sunday, November 22, 2015

Fact: I have been waiting 4(e!) months and 12 days!

for EEOC Director to(o)

write ‘me back’

Fact: I have been waiting 2 months!

for EEOC OIG to(o)

write ‘me back’

Q: is anyone home?

ho ho ho

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