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I filed a age discrimination complaint against the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce on November 2018, and the investigation was biased and was not thorough, even though I sent the field investigator (Jones), from the Mississippi Field Office of EEOC, all the relevant evidence to show that the agency did discriminate against me in the hiring process. The investigation was over by the end of July, 2019. The investigator and I talked and sent emails over the course of the so-called, "Investigation", but the respondents sent fabricated statements about me that were not true and, I had disagreed with the investigator and his supervisor about some things, and it was at that point that it seemed the investigation was halted, slowed down quite a bit cause I never heard from them for a long time in between the disagreement and the closing of the case. It was case #423-201*-00299. The Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce did hire a guy a whole lot younger than me, I am 62 and he was in his twenties. I drove 85 miles to the interview and I thought I would be hired, but I was wrong. SO if the EEOC says they will investigate age discrimination, that would be a lie, it was for me cause there was no reason for them to not be able to find a determination of discrimination was found against me when they had all the evidence in front of them. Maybe President Trump needs to drain the EEOC (Mississippi Field Office in Jackson, Mississippi), while draining the swamp. It appears that the age discrimination act of 1967 does not work for seniors, i mean protect them from hiring discrimination because of Age Discrimination investigations of age.
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  • No thorough investigations
  • Biased
  • Waste of my tax dollars
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HORRIBLE GOVERNMENT AGENCY!

Us Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - HORRIBLE GOVERNMENT AGENCY!
Tuesday, January 07, 2014Daniel N. Lea1436 Homestead AvenueMetairie, LA 70005(5**) **4-2162(5**) **8-4922 Slate 95 Morton Street 4th Floor New York, N.Y., 10014 To Whom It May Concern: After listening to a news article recently published on your web site with regard to governmental/judicial corruption, I thought I would forward information regarding my case that will be of interest to you. As recently as 2005/2006, I was a victim of Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment by Management in the presence of other employees, and a Hostile Work Environment. To no avail, and without reason, the E.E.O.C. has refused to prosecute the company I once worked for when and where these events occurred. Additionally, E.E.O.C. is refusing to forward a copy of my file to me under F.O.I.A. (Freedom of Information Act). Mr. R. J. Ruff (713) 209-**** (EEOC office in Houston, Texas) has chosen to fabricate erroneous and egregious information with regard to this case (see attachment). If the E.E.O.C. has “NOTHING TO HIDE”, then this agency MUST AND WILL produce a copy of the entire file as per F.O.I.A. (Freedom of Information Act) pertaining to EEOC Charge No: 461-200*-02202. This case is from when I was forced to resign from my previous employer due to: •Sex Discrimination (a federal offense); •Sexual Harassment by Management in the presence of other employees (a federal offense); •Hostile Work Environment (a federal offense). Previous employer mentioned SUPRA I was forced to resign from, may currently be under a federal monitor for Theft of Proprietary Information & Theft of Intellectual Property Rights from one of its competitors. From what I understand, my previous employer was ordered to pay this competitor approximately $150,000,000.00 (one-hundred-fifty-million U.S.D.) in financial, compensatory damages for these criminal offenses. Additionally, I find it suspicious that NO OTHER HOTEL in the City of New Orleans or its suburbs will hire me. I would elaborate more on these issues, but I could explain it better over the phone or in person. Regards, Daniel Lea Plaintiff/Victim cc:Slate 1350 Connecticut Ave. NW Suite 400 Washington, D.C., 20036 /dnl
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