2013 Email to EEOC Commissioner re Discrimination due to Witness Status

Susan A. filed this request with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of the United States of America.
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From: Susan A.

To Whom It May Concern:

This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby request the following records:

A certified copy of the email I sent online to the EEOC, which the EEOC responded to by claiming to me said email was then forwarded to EEOC Commission Jenny Yang; the certified email I now wish to obtain is the email actually sent by the online EEOC person to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang, showing delivery to Commissioner Jenny Yang, as I never received any reply.

Below is an excerpt of the email I originally sent online.

The requested public record document will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that fees cannot be waived, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Susan Alyn

-----------------------------------
Susan Alyn <susan.alyn@gmail.com>
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang [Incident: 131117-000009]
1 message
EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov> Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 2:56 PM
Reply-To: EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov>
To: susan.alyn@gmail.com

Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support center. Below is a summary of your request and our response.

If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it within the next 7 days.

Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.

Subject
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang

Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (Lasonya Bradley) 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Thank you for contacting us.

You are requesting that your e-mail is forwarded to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang.

Your e-mail will be forwarded, as requested.

Sincerely,

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Auto-Response 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Thank you for contacting the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This automated response confirms receipt of your inquiry and is not intended to address your specific questions. For those of you wishing to file a charge of employment discrimination, please note that there is a time limit of either 300 or 180 days to file a charge, depending on a number of factors. If you want to file a charge or have questions about your time limits to file a charge, you can visit our online assessment tool at https://egov.eeoc.gov/eas/ as well as our Employees and Applicants section on the www.eeoc.gov website. You can not file a charge via email. We will respond to your specific questions promptly.

Customer By Email (Susan Alyn) 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
To EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang:

To EEOC Commission Jenny Yang Jenny Yang:

I read your bio here:
http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/yang.cfm

I was very interested in your background of "enforc[ing] federal laws
prohibiting discrimination in employment by state and local government
employers from 1998 to 2003."

I would like to know if the EEOC would ever consider adding a new category
people who need protection under EEOC discrimination laws, and that new
category would be as follows:

people who suffer discrimination in training and/or employment because the
person is a witness to public corruption.

I was a witness to public corruption and then became a teacher ...

As a result, frauds were employed in the district, and they destroyed my
training as a public school teacher by obstructing me from access to
student teaching classes I was assigned to through a public university,
falsely claiming verbally other reasons why the teachers were no longer
available to me. My degree had inferior components as a result, as my
teaching internships were not at the grade levels required by the degree,
and gave the appearance I had "failed" the required internships when
nothing could be further from the truth. I was evaluated as an outstanding
teacher.

My job application as a teacher to this school district was, I later
learned, re-written (to misrepresent and conceal my actual qualifications),
and I believe was rewritten by the fraud who posted as the Executive
Director of this public school district. In short, my teacher job
application for eight years was turned into a forgery at the central human
resources offices, to prevent me from being able to get an interview in the
district's 40 schools.

My personnel folder was stamped "NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT" by the fraud
who was posing as the executive director of human resources but was
actually a complete fraud. I have a copy of this stamp and folder cover.

After eight years of not being able to obtain one interview based on my
application for employment in this district, Collier County Public Schools
(1997-2005), I filed an EEOC complaint based on: age discrimination, but --
the Miami office of the EEOC, which I believe had also been corrupted in
this matter, never served my complaint on the school district.

Instead, the corrupt Miami EEOC office added the name of the fraud HR
director, and mailed my EEOC complaint to him, by-passing the school
district attorney, the only one actually legally allowed to respond to a
complaint for the school district.

But, the fraud HR director received it instead via US Mail because the
Miami EEOC office added his name to the envelope and a document.
I believe this fraud HR director gave it to attorneys hired by the same
politicians who had planted him in his HR position -- and then this fraud
HR director signed it and faxed it to Miami as if this was his response.
Again, in reality, the school district attorney was never served by the
EEOC, so that I would not be heard.

I think the EEOC should investigate what happened in this matter, because
if they did, they would understand: that people such as myself who are
witnesses to public corruption, and are crime victims, can suffer severe
training and employment discrimination.

I believe California is passing laws now to help victims of crime at least
be able to attend trials and have time off from work without suffering
discrimination for being a crime victim; I believe the federal government
needs to understand that crime victims and witnesses to crimes need
protection from training and job discrimination, too.

Again, my complaint was never even served by the Miami EEOC office on the
school district; instead, my complaint was intercepted, and I have never
had an opportunity to be heard due to the nature of the discrimination.

I relocated out of Florida after 16 years of this type of discrimination. I
did not know that this was the reason for the discrimination at the time,
but I am sure of it now. I believe the federal government needs to
recognize this type of discrimination exists: discrimination against crime
victims
and witnesses to public corruption.

Thank you for reading this. I can provide more information if you are
interested. I believe I should have compensation for not being able to
even file a complaint in this matter that would be served by the EEOC on
the school district and its attorney. I am out a degree, a career,
and a pension, and could have recovered some of these losses had the EEOC
actually served my complaint on the school district, as it
would have then gone to the one person at the district actually allowed by
the elected school board to answer a complaint: the attorney of the
district,
who at that time was Richard Withers. Instead, a fraud named Allun
Hamblett, an agent of those who had already committed crimes, intercepted
my complaint with the help of a corrupted Miami EEOC office.

Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
...

Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:

[---001:005724:00909---]

From: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

Thank you for contacting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). This is an automated response to the EEOC FOIA email box, and is not a determination on your request for records. If it is determined that your request is a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), it will be forwarded to the appropriate FOIA component within 10 working days of its receipt. You will also receive an official acknowledgment that your FOIA request has been received and when you can expect a response.

This office is open from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday, excluding federal holidays. Requests submitted after close of business are not deemed received until the next business day. FOIA allows government agencies 20 business days to issue a determination on a FOIA request for records. Additionally, agencies may extend their response time by 10 business days in unusual circumstances, and toll the 20-day response time until a response is received to a reasonable request for clarification or fee information. You will be notified in writing if such an extension or tolling occurs.

While the EEOC will forward electronic responses, including records granted, in accordance with the FOIA, the official determination will be issued in paper format, including an original signature. Therefore, if you did not provide a physical mailing address in your original e-mail, we will be unable to issue a determination on your FOIA request.

You may contact our office at any time between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:30 pm at 202-663-4500 or by fax at 202-653-6034.

Thank-you,
EEOC Office of FOIA Programs

*Please visit our website at www.eeoc.gov to access information concerning FOIA administration at the EEOC, including the following FOIA related documents:

The EEOC FOIA Reference Guide provides basic information, such as where and how to make a FOIA request, the time for EEOC to respond to a request, fees and fee waivers, responses to initial requests, and how and where to file an appeal of a determination made on the initial FOIA request. The Guide can be found at the following link: http://www.eeoc.gov/foia/handbook.html

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>>> <requests@muckrock.com> 07/09/15 06:48 >>>

July 9, 2015
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Stephanie D. Garner
Assistant Legal Counsel/FOIA
EEOC - OLC/FOIA Programs
131 M Street NE, Suite 5NW02E
Washington, DC 20507

To Whom It May Concern:

This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby request the following records:

A certified copy of the email I sent online to the EEOC, which the EEOC responded to by claiming to me said email was then forwarded to EEOC Commission Jenny Yang; the certified email I now wish to obtain is the email actually sent by the online EEOC person to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang, showing delivery to Commissioner Jenny Yang, as I never received any reply.

Below is an excerpt of the email I originally sent online.

The requested public record document will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that fees cannot be waived, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Susan Alyn

-----------------------------------
Susan Alyn <susan.alyn@gmail.com>
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang [Incident: 131117-000009]
1 message
EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov> Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 2:56 PM
Reply-To: EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov>
To: susan.alyn@gmail.com

Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support center. Below is a summary of your request and our response.

If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it within the next 7 days.

Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.

Subject
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang

Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (Lasonya Bradley) 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Thank you for contacting us.

You are requesting that your e-mail is forwarded to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang.

Your e-mail will be forwarded, as requested.

Sincerely,

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Auto-Response 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Thank you for contacting the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This automated response confirms receipt of your inquiry and is not intended to address your specific questions. For those of you wishing to file a charge of employment discrimination, please note that there is a time limit of either 300 or 180 days to file a charge, depending on a number of factors. If you want to file a charge or have questions about your time limits to file a charge, you can visit our online assessment tool at https://egov.eeoc.gov/eas/ as well as our Employees and Applicants section on the www.eeoc.gov website. You can not file a charge via email. We will respond to your specific questions promptly.

Customer By Email (Susan Alyn) 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
To EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang:

To EEOC Commission Jenny Yang Jenny Yang:

I read your bio here:
http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/yang.cfm

I was very interested in your background of "enforc[ing] federal laws
prohibiting discrimination in employment by state and local government
employers from 1998 to 2003."

I would like to know if the EEOC would ever consider adding a new category
people who need protection under EEOC discrimination laws, and that new
category would be as follows:

people who suffer discrimination in training and/or employment because the
person is a witness to public corruption.

I was a witness to public corruption and then became a teacher ...

As a result, frauds were employed in the district, and they destroyed my
training as a public school teacher by obstructing me from access to
student teaching classes I was assigned to through a public university,
falsely claiming verbally other reasons why the teachers were no longer
available to me. My degree had inferior components as a result, as my
teaching internships were not at the grade levels required by the degree,
and gave the appearance I had "failed" the required internships when
nothing could be further from the truth. I was evaluated as an outstanding
teacher.

My job application as a teacher to this school district was, I later
learned, re-written (to misrepresent and conceal my actual qualifications),
and I believe was rewritten by the fraud who posted as the Executive
Director of this public school district. In short, my teacher job
application for eight years was turned into a forgery at the central human
resources offices, to prevent me from being able to get an interview in the
district's 40 schools.

My personnel folder was stamped "NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT" by the fraud
who was posing as the executive director of human resources but was
actually a complete fraud. I have a copy of this stamp and folder cover.

After eight years of not being able to obtain one interview based on my
application for employment in this district, Collier County Public Schools
(1997-2005), I filed an EEOC complaint based on: age discrimination, but --
the Miami office of the EEOC, which I believe had also been corrupted in
this matter, never served my complaint on the school district.

Instead, the corrupt Miami EEOC office added the name of the fraud HR
director, and mailed my EEOC complaint to him, by-passing the school
district attorney, the only one actually legally allowed to respond to a
complaint for the school district.

But, the fraud HR director received it instead via US Mail because the
Miami EEOC office added his name to the envelope and a document.
I believe this fraud HR director gave it to attorneys hired by the same
politicians who had planted him in his HR position -- and then this fraud
HR director signed it and faxed it to Miami as if this was his response.
Again, in reality, the school district attorney was never served by the
EEOC, so that I would not be heard.

I think the EEOC should investigate what happened in this matter, because
if they did, they would understand: that people such as myself who are
witnesses to public corruption, and are crime victims, can suffer severe
training and employment discrimination.

I believe California is passing laws now to help victims of crime at least
be able to attend trials and have time off from work without suffering
discrimination for being a crime victim; I believe the federal government
needs to understand that crime victims and witnesses to crimes need
protection from training and job discrimination, too.

Again, my complaint was never even served by the Miami EEOC office on the
school district; instead, my complaint was intercepted, and I have never
had an opportunity to be heard due to the nature of the discrimination.

I relocated out of Florida after 16 years of this type of discrimination. I
did not know that this was the reason for the discrimination at the time,
but I am sure of it now. I believe the federal government needs to
recognize this type of discrimination exists: discrimination against crime
victims
and witnesses to public corruption.

Thank you for reading this. I can provide more information if you are
interested. I believe I should have compensation for not being able to
even file a complaint in this matter that would be served by the EEOC on
the school district and its attorney. I am out a degree, a career,
and a pension, and could have recovered some of these losses had the EEOC
actually served my complaint on the school district, as it
would have then gone to the one person at the district actually allowed by
the elected school board to answer a complaint: the attorney of the
district,
who at that time was Richard Withers. Instead, a fraud named Allun
Hamblett, an agent of those who had already committed crimes, intercepted
my complaint with the help of a corrupted Miami EEOC office.

Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
...

Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:

[---001:005724:00909---]

Filed via MuckRock.com
E-mail (Preferred): requests@muckrock.com

For mailed responses, please address (see note):
MuckRock News
DEPT MR 19561
PO Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205-5819

PLEASE NOTE the new address as well as the fact that improperly addressed (i.e., with the requester's name rather than MuckRock News) requests might be returned by the USPS as undeliverable.

From: Rhonda Durham

Dear Ms. Alyn,

Please find attached a letter acknowledging EEOC's receipt of your electronic request under the FOIA.

Sincerely,

Rhonda Durham
Information Specialist

From: Susan A.

Thank you, Rhonda Durham. Kindly direct all future responses on this matter to:

requests@muckrock.com

(rather than sending to my personal email address).

Thanks again.

Susan Alyn

From: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

Good afternoon Ms. Alyn,

I sent you an email last week asking what is the date of your email that was sent to the Chair, also, do you recall whom you spoke with on that day.

Can you please let me know as soon as possible.

Thank you so much

Rhonda Durham

>>> <requests@muckrock.com> 7/15/2015 7:23 PM >>>

July 15, 2015
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Stephanie D. Garner
Assistant Legal Counsel/FOIA
EEOC - OLC/FOIA Programs
131 M Street NE, Suite 5NW02E
Washington, DC 20507
This is a follow up to a previous request:
Thank you, Rhonda Durham. Kindly direct all future responses on this matter to:
requests@muckrock.com
(rather than sending to my personal email address).
Thanks again.
Susan Alyn
---
On July 9, 2015:
Dear Ms. Alyn,
Please find attached a letter acknowledging EEOC's receipt of your electronic request under the FOIA.
Sincerely,
Rhonda Durham
Information Specialist
---
On July 9, 2015:
Thank you for contacting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). This is an automated response to the EEOC FOIA email box, and is not a determination on your request for records. If it is determined that your request is a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), it will be forwarded to the appropriate FOIA component within 10 working days of its receipt. You will also receive an official acknowledgment that your FOIA request has been received and when you can expect a response.
This office is open from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday, excluding federal holidays. Requests submitted after close of business are not deemed received until the next business day. FOIA allows government agencies 20 business days to issue a determination on a FOIA request for records. Additionally, agencies may extend their response time by 10 business days in unusual circumstances, and toll the 20-day response time until a response is received to a reasonable request for clarification or fee information. You will be notified in writing if such an extension or tolling occurs.
While the EEOC will forward electronic responses, including records granted, in accordance with the FOIA, the official determination will be issued in paper format, including an original signature. Therefore, if you did not provide a physical mailing address in your original e-mail, we will be unable to issue a determination on your FOIA request.
You may contact our office at any time between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:30 pm at 202-663-4500 or by fax at 202-653-6034.
Thank-you,
EEOC Office of FOIA Programs
*Please visit our website at www.eeoc.gov to access information concerning FOIA administration at the EEOC, including the following FOIA related documents:
The EEOC FOIA Reference Guide provides basic information, such as where and how to make a FOIA request, the time for EEOC to respond to a request, fees and fee waivers, responses to initial requests, and how and where to file an appeal of a determination made on the initial FOIA request. The Guide can be found at the following link: http://www.eeoc.gov/foia/handbook.html
EEOC Freedom of Information Act Questions and Answers can be found at the following link: http://www.eeoc.gov/foia/qanda_foiarequest.html
EEOC Freedom of Information Act Requests for Charge Files Questions and Answers can be found at the following link: http://www.eeoc.gov/foia/qanda_foiacharge.html
>>> <requests@muckrock.com> 07/09/15 06:48 >>>
July 9, 2015
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Stephanie D. Garner
Assistant Legal Counsel/FOIA
EEOC - OLC/FOIA Programs
131 M Street NE, Suite 5NW02E
Washington, DC 20507
To Whom It May Concern:
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby request the following records:
A certified copy of the email I sent online to the EEOC, which the EEOC responded to by claiming to me said email was then forwarded to EEOC Commission Jenny Yang; the certified email I now wish to obtain is the email actually sent by the online EEOC person to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang, showing delivery to Commissioner Jenny Yang, as I never received any reply.
Below is an excerpt of the email I originally sent online.
The requested public record document will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.
In the event that fees cannot be waived, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.
Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
-----------------------------------
Susan Alyn <susan.alyn@gmail.com>
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang [Incident: 131117-000009]
1 message
EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov> Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 2:56 PM
Reply-To: EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov>
To: susan.alyn@gmail.com
Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support center. Below is a summary of your request and our response.
If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it within the next 7 days.
Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.
Subject
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang

Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (Lasonya Bradley) 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Thank you for contacting us.
You are requesting that your e-mail is forwarded to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang.
Your e-mail will be forwarded, as requested.
Sincerely,
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Auto-Response 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Thank you for contacting the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This automated response confirms receipt of your inquiry and is not intended to address your specific questions. For those of you wishing to file a charge of employment discrimination, please note that there is a time limit of either 300 or 180 days to file a charge, depending on a number of factors. If you want to file a charge or have questions about your time limits to file a charge, you can visit our online assessment tool at https://egov.eeoc.gov/eas/ as well as our Employees and Applicants section on the www.eeoc.gov website. You can not file a charge via email. We will respond to your specific questions promptly.
Customer By Email (Susan Alyn) 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
To EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang:
To EEOC Commission Jenny Yang Jenny Yang:
I read your bio here:
http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/yang.cfm
I was very interested in your background of "enforc[ing] federal laws
prohibiting discrimination in employment by state and local government
employers from 1998 to 2003."
I would like to know if the EEOC would ever consider adding a new category
people who need protection under EEOC discrimination laws, and that new
category would be as follows:
people who suffer discrimination in training and/or employment because the
person is a witness to public corruption.
I was a witness to public corruption and then became a teacher ...
As a result, frauds were employed in the district, and they destroyed my
training as a public school teacher by obstructing me from access to
student teaching classes I was assigned to through a public university,
falsely claiming verbally other reasons why the teachers were no longer
available to me. My degree had inferior components as a result, as my
teaching internships were not at the grade levels required by the degree,
and gave the appearance I had "failed" the required internships when
nothing could be further from the truth. I was evaluated as an outstanding
teacher.
My job application as a teacher to this school district was, I later
learned, re-written (to misrepresent and conceal my actual qualifications),
and I believe was rewritten by the fraud who posted as the Executive
Director of this public school district. In short, my teacher job
application for eight years was turned into a forgery at the central human
resources offices, to prevent me from being able to get an interview in the
district's 40 schools.
My personnel folder was stamped "NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT" by the fraud
who was posing as the executive director of human resources but was
actually a complete fraud. I have a copy of this stamp and folder cover.
After eight years of not being able to obtain one interview based on my
application for employment in this district, Collier County Public Schools
(1997-2005), I filed an EEOC complaint based on: age discrimination, but --
the Miami office of the EEOC, which I believe had also been corrupted in
this matter, never served my complaint on the school district.
Instead, the corrupt Miami EEOC office added the name of the fraud HR
director, and mailed my EEOC complaint to him, by-passing the school
district attorney, the only one actually legally allowed to respond to a
complaint for the school district.
But, the fraud HR director received it instead via US Mail because the
Miami EEOC office added his name to the envelope and a document.
I believe this fraud HR director gave it to attorneys hired by the same
politicians who had planted him in his HR position -- and then this fraud
HR director signed it and faxed it to Miami as if this was his response.
Again, in reality, the school district attorney was never served by the
EEOC, so that I would not be heard.
I think the EEOC should investigate what happened in this matter, because
if they did, they would understand: that people such as myself who are
witnesses to public corruption, and are crime victims, can suffer severe
training and employment discrimination.
I believe California is passing laws now to help victims of crime at least
be able to attend trials and have time off from work without suffering
discrimination for being a crime victim; I believe the federal government
needs to understand that crime victims and witnesses to crimes need
protection from training and job discrimination, too.
Again, my complaint was never even served by the Miami EEOC office on the
school district; instead, my complaint was intercepted, and I have never
had an opportunity to be heard due to the nature of the discrimination.
I relocated out of Florida after 16 years of this type of discrimination. I
did not know that this was the reason for the discrimination at the time,
but I am sure of it now. I believe the federal government needs to
recognize this type of discrimination exists: discrimination against crime
victims
and witnesses to public corruption.
Thank you for reading this. I can provide more information if you are
interested. I believe I should have compensation for not being able to
even file a complaint in this matter that would be served by the EEOC on
the school district and its attorney. I am out a degree, a career,
and a pension, and could have recovered some of these losses had the EEOC
actually served my complaint on the school district, as it
would have then gone to the one person at the district actually allowed by
the elected school board to answer a complaint: the attorney of the
district,
who at that time was Richard Withers. Instead, a fraud named Allun
Hamblett, an agent of those who had already committed crimes, intercepted
my complaint with the help of a corrupted Miami EEOC office.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
...

Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:

[---001:005724:00909---]
Filed via MuckRock.com
E-mail (Preferred): requests@muckrock.com
For mailed responses, please address (see note):
MuckRock News
DEPT MR 19561
PO Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205-5819
PLEASE NOTE the new address as well as the fact that improperly addressed (i.e., with the requester's name rather than MuckRock News) requests might be returned by the USPS as undeliverable.
---
On July 9, 2015:
To Whom It May Concern:
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby request the following records:
A certified copy of the email I sent online to the EEOC, which the EEOC responded to by claiming to me said email was then forwarded to EEOC Commission Jenny Yang; the certified email I now wish to obtain is the email actually sent by the online EEOC person to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang, showing delivery to Commissioner Jenny Yang, as I never received any reply.
Below is an excerpt of the email I originally sent online.
The requested public record document will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.
In the event that fees cannot be waived, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.
Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
-----------------------------------
Susan Alyn <susan.alyn@gmail.com>
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang [Incident: 131117-000009]
1 message
EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov> Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 2:56 PM
Reply-To: EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov>
To: susan.alyn@gmail.com
Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support center. Below is a summary of your request and our response.
If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it within the next 7 days.
Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.
Subject
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang

Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (Lasonya Bradley) 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Thank you for contacting us.
You are requesting that your e-mail is forwarded to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang.
Your e-mail will be forwarded, as requested.
Sincerely,
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Auto-Response 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
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Customer By Email (Susan Alyn) 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
To EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang:
To EEOC Commission Jenny Yang Jenny Yang:
I read your bio here:
http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/yang.cfm
I was very interested in your background of "enforc[ing] federal laws
prohibiting discrimination in employment by state and local government
employers from 1998 to 2003."
I would like to know if the EEOC would ever consider adding a new category
people who need protection under EEOC discrimination laws, and that new
category would be as follows:
people who suffer discrimination in training and/or employment because the
person is a witness to public corruption.
I was a witness to public corruption and then became a teacher ...
As a result, frauds were employed in the district, and they destroyed my
training as a public school teacher by obstructing me from access to
student teaching classes I was assigned to through a public university,
falsely claiming verbally other reasons why the teachers were no longer
available to me. My degree had inferior components as a result, as my
teaching internships were not at the grade levels required by the degree,
and gave the appearance I had "failed" the required internships when
nothing could be further from the truth. I was evaluated as an outstanding
teacher.
My job application as a teacher to this school district was, I later
learned, re-written (to misrepresent and conceal my actual qualifications),
and I believe was rewritten by the fraud who posted as the Executive
Director of this public school district. In short, my teacher job
application for eight years was turned into a forgery at the central human
resources offices, to prevent me from being able to get an interview in the
district's 40 schools.
My personnel folder was stamped "NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT" by the fraud
who was posing as the executive director of human resources but was
actually a complete fraud. I have a copy of this stamp and folder cover.
After eight years of not being able to obtain one interview based on my
application for employment in this district, Collier County Public Schools
(1997-2005), I filed an EEOC complaint based on: age discrimination, but --
the Miami office of the EEOC, which I believe had also been corrupted in
this matter, never served my complaint on the school district.
Instead, the corrupt Miami EEOC office added the name of the fraud HR
director, and mailed my EEOC complaint to him, by-passing the school
district attorney, the only one actually legally allowed to respond to a
complaint for the school district.
But, the fraud HR director received it instead via US Mail because the
Miami EEOC office added his name to the envelope and a document.
I believe this fraud HR director gave it to attorneys hired by the same
politicians who had planted him in his HR position -- and then this fraud
HR director signed it and faxed it to Miami as if this was his response.
Again, in reality, the school district attorney was never served by the
EEOC, so that I would not be heard.
I think the EEOC should investigate what happened in this matter, because
if they did, they would understand: that people such as myself who are
witnesses to public corruption, and are crime victims, can suffer severe
training and employment discrimination.
I believe California is passing laws now to help victims of crime at least
be able to attend trials and have time off from work without suffering
discrimination for being a crime victim; I believe the federal government
needs to understand that crime victims and witnesses to crimes need
protection from training and job discrimination, too.
Again, my complaint was never even served by the Miami EEOC office on the
school district; instead, my complaint was intercepted, and I have never
had an opportunity to be heard due to the nature of the discrimination.
I relocated out of Florida after 16 years of this type of discrimination. I
did not know that this was the reason for the discrimination at the time,
but I am sure of it now. I believe the federal government needs to
recognize this type of discrimination exists: discrimination against crime
victims
and witnesses to public corruption.
Thank you for reading this. I can provide more information if you are
interested. I believe I should have compensation for not being able to
even file a complaint in this matter that would be served by the EEOC on
the school district and its attorney. I am out a degree, a career,
and a pension, and could have recovered some of these losses had the EEOC
actually served my complaint on the school district, as it
would have then gone to the one person at the district actually allowed by
the elected school board to answer a complaint: the attorney of the
district,
who at that time was Richard Withers. Instead, a fraud named Allun
Hamblett, an agent of those who had already committed crimes, intercepted
my complaint with the help of a corrupted Miami EEOC office.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
...

Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:

[---001:005724:00909---]
Filed via MuckRock.com
E-mail (Preferred): requests@muckrock.com
For mailed responses, please address (see note):
MuckRock News
DEPT MR 19561
PO Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205-5819
PLEASE NOTE the new address as well as the fact that improperly addressed (i.e., with the requester's name rather than MuckRock News) requests might be returned by the USPS as undeliverable.

From: Susan A.

Re: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT ∞ 08/05/2015
Good afternoon Ms. Alyn,
I sent you an email last week asking what is the date of your email that was sent to the Chair, also, do you recall whom you spoke with on that day.
Can you please let me know as soon as possible.
Thank you so much
Rhonda Durham
-------------------------

Dear Rhonda,
This is the first email I have received from you since you acknowledged my FOIA request on July 9, 2015. (Perhaps you sent your email
to an incorrect email address.)

In answer to your question about dates, the dates are posted on the emails I sent to the EEOC:

Nov 17, 2008 was the date of my email (Customer By Email (Susan Alyn) 11/17/2013 01:57 PM); and
Nov 19, 2008 was the date of the EEOC response saying they would forward my email (11/19/2013 01:56 PM). Also see here:

Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:

[---001:005724:00909---]
------------------------------------------------------------

With respect to your 2nd question, who did I speak with: I did not speak with anyone, as I did not call anyone and the EEOC did not call me.
So, no one is the answer to that question.

I hope this responds in full to your email. Thank you for writing.

Sincerely,
Susan Alyn

From: MuckRock.com

To Whom It May Concern:

I wanted to follow up on the following Freedom of Information request, copied below, and originally submitted on July 9, 2015. Please let me know when I can expect to receive a response, or if further clarification is needed.

Thanks for your help, and let me know if further clarification is needed.

From: RHONDA DURHAM

Good morning Ms. Alyn,

Your request is almost complete. I had to reach out to another office who handles that email box, which happened to be out of the state. I will be sending you a determination letter this week.

I apologize for the delay.

Thank you for your patience.

Rhonda Durham


Rhonda F. Durham
Information Specialist
FOIA Programs
EEOC/Office of Legal Counsel
202-663-4518 Office
202-663-4679 Fax

From: EEOC

Dear Ms. Alyn,
Please see attached letter.
Sincerely,
Rhonda Durham

From: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

Good morning Ms. Alyn,

Are you still interested in proceeding with your request? If you are,
please make sure you use www.pay.gov for your payment. Also please
forward me a copy of your receipt.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at (202)
663-4518.

Thank you

Rhonda Durham

>>> <requests@muckrock.com> 9/7/2015 5:00 AM >>>

September 7, 2015
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Stephanie D. Garner
Assistant Legal Counsel/FOIA
EEOC - OLC/FOIA Programs
131 M Street NE, Suite 5NW02E
Washington, DC 20507
This is a follow up to a previous request:
To Whom It May Concern:
I wanted to follow up on the following Freedom of Information request,
copied below, and originally submitted on July 9, 2015. Please let me
know when I can expect to receive a response, or if further
clarification is needed.
Thanks for your help, and let me know if further clarification is
needed.
---
On Aug. 7, 2015:
Re: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT ∞ 08/05/2015
Good afternoon Ms. Alyn,
I sent you an email last week asking what is the date of your email
that was sent to the Chair, also, do you recall whom you spoke with on
that day.
Can you please let me know as soon as possible.
Thank you so much
Rhonda Durham
-------------------------
Dear Rhonda,
This is the first email I have received from you since you acknowledged
my FOIA request on July 9, 2015. (Perhaps you sent your email
to an incorrect email address.)
In answer to your question about dates, the dates are posted on the
emails I sent to the EEOC:
Nov 17, 2008 was the date of my email (Customer By Email (Susan Alyn)
11/17/2013 01:57 PM); and
Nov 19, 2008 was the date of the EEOC response saying they would
forward my email (11/19/2013 01:56 PM). Also see here:
Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:
[---001:005724:00909---]
------------------------------------------------------------
With respect to your 2nd question, who did I speak with: I did not
speak with anyone, as I did not call anyone and the EEOC did not call
me.
So, no one is the answer to that question.
I hope this responds in full to your email. Thank you for writing.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
---
On Aug. 5, 2015:
Good afternoon Ms. Alyn,

I sent you an email last week asking what is the date of your email
that was sent to the Chair, also, do you recall whom you spoke with on
that day.

Can you please let me know as soon as possible.

Thank you so much

Rhonda Durham
>>> <requests@muckrock.com> 7/15/2015 7:23 PM >>>
July 15, 2015
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Stephanie D. Garner
Assistant Legal Counsel/FOIA
EEOC - OLC/FOIA Programs
131 M Street NE, Suite 5NW02E
Washington, DC 20507
This is a follow up to a previous request:
Thank you, Rhonda Durham. Kindly direct all future responses on this
matter to:
requests@muckrock.com
(rather than sending to my personal email address).
Thanks again.
Susan Alyn
---
On July 9, 2015:
Dear Ms. Alyn,
Please find attached a letter acknowledging EEOC's receipt of your
electronic request under the FOIA.
Sincerely,
Rhonda Durham
Information Specialist
---
On July 9, 2015:
Thank you for contacting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
(EEOC). This is an automated response to the EEOC FOIA email box, and is
not a determination on your request for records. If it is determined
that your request is a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), it will be
forwarded to the appropriate FOIA component within 10 working days of
its receipt. You will also receive an official acknowledgment that your
FOIA request has been received and when you can expect a response.
This office is open from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm Eastern Standard Time,
Monday through Friday, excluding federal holidays. Requests submitted
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extend their response time by 10 business days in unusual circumstances,
and toll the 20-day response time until a response is received to a
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While the EEOC will forward electronic responses, including records
granted, in accordance with the FOIA, the official determination will be
issued in paper format, including an original signature. Therefore, if
you did not provide a physical mailing address in your original e-mail,
we will be unable to issue a determination on your FOIA request.
You may contact our office at any time between the hours of 9:00 am and
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Thank-you,
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*Please visit our website at www.eeoc.gov to access information
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and where to file an appeal of a determination made on the initial FOIA
request. The Guide can be found at the following link:
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EEOC Freedom of Information Act Questions and Answers can be found at
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EEOC Freedom of Information Act Requests for Charge Files Questions and
Answers can be found at the following link:
http://www.eeoc.gov/foia/qanda_foiacharge.html
>>> <requests@muckrock.com> 07/09/15 06:48 >>>
July 9, 2015
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Stephanie D. Garner
Assistant Legal Counsel/FOIA
EEOC - OLC/FOIA Programs
131 M Street NE, Suite 5NW02E
Washington, DC 20507
To Whom It May Concern:
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby
request the following records:
A certified copy of the email I sent online to the EEOC, which the EEOC
responded to by claiming to me said email was then forwarded to EEOC
Commission Jenny Yang; the certified email I now wish to obtain is the
email actually sent by the online EEOC person to EEOC Commissioner Jenny
Yang, showing delivery to Commissioner Jenny Yang, as I never received
any reply.
Below is an excerpt of the email I originally sent online.
The requested public record document will be made available to the
general public, and this request is not being made for commercial
purposes.
In the event that fees cannot be waived, I would be grateful if you
would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my
request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail
attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.
Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I
look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20
business days, as the statute requires.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
-----------------------------------
Susan Alyn <susan.alyn@gmail.com>
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang [Incident:
131117-000009]
1 message
EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov> Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 2:56 PM
Reply-To: EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov>
To: susan.alyn@gmail.com
Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support
center. Below is a summary of your request and our response.
If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it
within the next 7 days.
Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.
Subject
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang
Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (Lasonya Bradley) 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Thank you for contacting us.
You are requesting that your e-mail is forwarded to EEOC Commissioner
Jenny Yang.
Your e-mail will be forwarded, as requested.
Sincerely,
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Auto-Response 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Thank you for contacting the United States Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission. This automated response confirms receipt of your inquiry and
is not intended to address your specific questions. For those of you
wishing to file a charge of employment discrimination, please note that
there is a time limit of either 300 or 180 days to file a charge,
depending on a number of factors. If you want to file a charge or have
questions about your time limits to file a charge, you can visit our
online assessment tool at https://egov.eeoc.gov/eas/ as well as our
Employees and Applicants section on the www.eeoc.gov website. You can
not file a charge via email. We will respond to your specific questions
promptly.
Customer By Email (Susan Alyn) 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
To EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang:
To EEOC Commission Jenny Yang Jenny Yang:
I read your bio here:
http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/yang.cfm
I was very interested in your background of "enforc[ing] federal laws
prohibiting discrimination in employment by state and local government
employers from 1998 to 2003."
I would like to know if the EEOC would ever consider adding a new
category
people who need protection under EEOC discrimination laws, and that
new
category would be as follows:
people who suffer discrimination in training and/or employment because
the
person is a witness to public corruption.
I was a witness to public corruption and then became a teacher ...
As a result, frauds were employed in the district, and they destroyed
my
training as a public school teacher by obstructing me from access to
student teaching classes I was assigned to through a public
university,
falsely claiming verbally other reasons why the teachers were no
longer
available to me. My degree had inferior components as a result, as my
teaching internships were not at the grade levels required by the
degree,
and gave the appearance I had "failed" the required internships when
nothing could be further from the truth. I was evaluated as an
outstanding
teacher.
My job application as a teacher to this school district was, I later
learned, re-written (to misrepresent and conceal my actual
qualifications),
and I believe was rewritten by the fraud who posted as the Executive
Director of this public school district. In short, my teacher job
application for eight years was turned into a forgery at the central
human
resources offices, to prevent me from being able to get an interview in
the
district's 40 schools.
My personnel folder was stamped "NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT" by the
fraud
who was posing as the executive director of human resources but was
actually a complete fraud. I have a copy of this stamp and folder
cover.
After eight years of not being able to obtain one interview based on
my
application for employment in this district, Collier County Public
Schools
(1997-2005), I filed an EEOC complaint based on: age discrimination,
but --
the Miami office of the EEOC, which I believe had also been corrupted
in
this matter, never served my complaint on the school district.
Instead, the corrupt Miami EEOC office added the name of the fraud HR
director, and mailed my EEOC complaint to him, by-passing the school
district attorney, the only one actually legally allowed to respond to
a
complaint for the school district.
But, the fraud HR director received it instead via US Mail because the
Miami EEOC office added his name to the envelope and a document.
I believe this fraud HR director gave it to attorneys hired by the
same
politicians who had planted him in his HR position -- and then this
fraud
HR director signed it and faxed it to Miami as if this was his
response.
Again, in reality, the school district attorney was never served by
the
EEOC, so that I would not be heard.
I think the EEOC should investigate what happened in this matter,
because
if they did, they would understand: that people such as myself who are
witnesses to public corruption, and are crime victims, can suffer
severe
training and employment discrimination.
I believe California is passing laws now to help victims of crime at
least
be able to attend trials and have time off from work without suffering
discrimination for being a crime victim; I believe the federal
government
needs to understand that crime victims and witnesses to crimes need
protection from training and job discrimination, too.
Again, my complaint was never even served by the Miami EEOC office on
the
school district; instead, my complaint was intercepted, and I have
never
had an opportunity to be heard due to the nature of the
discrimination.
I relocated out of Florida after 16 years of this type of
discrimination. I
did not know that this was the reason for the discrimination at the
time,
but I am sure of it now. I believe the federal government needs to
recognize this type of discrimination exists: discrimination against
crime
victims
and witnesses to public corruption.
Thank you for reading this. I can provide more information if you are
interested. I believe I should have compensation for not being able to
even file a complaint in this matter that would be served by the EEOC
on
the school district and its attorney. I am out a degree, a career,
and a pension, and could have recovered some of these losses had the
EEOC
actually served my complaint on the school district, as it
would have then gone to the one person at the district actually allowed
by
the elected school board to answer a complaint: the attorney of the
district,
who at that time was Richard Withers. Instead, a fraud named Allun
Hamblett, an agent of those who had already committed crimes,
intercepted
my complaint with the help of a corrupted Miami EEOC office.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
...
Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:
[---001:005724:00909---]
Filed via MuckRock.com
E-mail (Preferred): requests@muckrock.com
For mailed responses, please address (see note):
MuckRock News
DEPT MR 19561
PO Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205-5819
PLEASE NOTE the new address as well as the fact that improperly
addressed (i.e., with the requester's name rather than MuckRock News)
requests might be returned by the USPS as undeliverable.
---
On July 9, 2015:
To Whom It May Concern:
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby
request the following records:
A certified copy of the email I sent online to the EEOC, which the EEOC
responded to by claiming to me said email was then forwarded to EEOC
Commission Jenny Yang; the certified email I now wish to obtain is the
email actually sent by the online EEOC person to EEOC Commissioner Jenny
Yang, showing delivery to Commissioner Jenny Yang, as I never received
any reply.
Below is an excerpt of the email I originally sent online.
The requested public record document will be made available to the
general public, and this request is not being made for commercial
purposes.
In the event that fees cannot be waived, I would be grateful if you
would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my
request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail
attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.
Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I
look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20
business days, as the statute requires.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
-----------------------------------
Susan Alyn <susan.alyn@gmail.com>
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang [Incident:
131117-000009]
1 message
EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov> Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 2:56 PM
Reply-To: EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov>
To: susan.alyn@gmail.com
Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support
center. Below is a summary of your request and our response.
If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it
within the next 7 days.
Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.
Subject
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang
Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (Lasonya Bradley) 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Thank you for contacting us.
You are requesting that your e-mail is forwarded to EEOC Commissioner
Jenny Yang.
Your e-mail will be forwarded, as requested.
Sincerely,
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Auto-Response 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Thank you for contacting the United States Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission. This automated response confirms receipt of your inquiry and
is not intended to address your specific questions. For those of you
wishing to file a charge of employment discrimination, please note that
there is a time limit of either 300 or 180 days to file a charge,
depending on a number of factors. If you want to file a charge or have
questions about your time limits to file a charge, you can visit our
online assessment tool at https://egov.eeoc.gov/eas/ as well as our
Employees and Applicants section on the www.eeoc.gov website. You can
not file a charge via email. We will respond to your specific questions
promptly.
Customer By Email (Susan Alyn) 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
To EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang:
To EEOC Commission Jenny Yang Jenny Yang:
I read your bio here:
http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/yang.cfm
I was very interested in your background of "enforc[ing] federal laws
prohibiting discrimination in employment by state and local government
employers from 1998 to 2003."
I would like to know if the EEOC would ever consider adding a new
category
people who need protection under EEOC discrimination laws, and that
new
category would be as follows:
people who suffer discrimination in training and/or employment because
the
person is a witness to public corruption.
I was a witness to public corruption and then became a teacher ...
As a result, frauds were employed in the district, and they destroyed
my
training as a public school teacher by obstructing me from access to
student teaching classes I was assigned to through a public
university,
falsely claiming verbally other reasons why the teachers were no
longer
available to me. My degree had inferior components as a result, as my
teaching internships were not at the grade levels required by the
degree,
and gave the appearance I had "failed" the required internships when
nothing could be further from the truth. I was evaluated as an
outstanding
teacher.
My job application as a teacher to this school district was, I later
learned, re-written (to misrepresent and conceal my actual
qualifications),
and I believe was rewritten by the fraud who posted as the Executive
Director of this public school district. In short, my teacher job
application for eight years was turned into a forgery at the central
human
resources offices, to prevent me from being able to get an interview in
the
district's 40 schools.
My personnel folder was stamped "NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT" by the
fraud
who was posing as the executive director of human resources but was
actually a complete fraud. I have a copy of this stamp and folder
cover.
After eight years of not being able to obtain one interview based on
my
application for employment in this district, Collier County Public
Schools
(1997-2005), I filed an EEOC complaint based on: age discrimination,
but --
the Miami office of the EEOC, which I believe had also been corrupted
in
this matter, never served my complaint on the school district.
Instead, the corrupt Miami EEOC office added the name of the fraud HR
director, and mailed my EEOC complaint to him, by-passing the school
district attorney, the only one actually legally allowed to respond to
a
complaint for the school district.
But, the fraud HR director received it instead via US Mail because the
Miami EEOC office added his name to the envelope and a document.
I believe this fraud HR director gave it to attorneys hired by the
same
politicians who had planted him in his HR position -- and then this
fraud
HR director signed it and faxed it to Miami as if this was his
response.
Again, in reality, the school district attorney was never served by
the
EEOC, so that I would not be heard.
I think the EEOC should investigate what happened in this matter,
because
if they did, they would understand: that people such as myself who are
witnesses to public corruption, and are crime victims, can suffer
severe
training and employment discrimination.
I believe California is passing laws now to help victims of crime at
least
be able to attend trials and have time off from work without suffering
discrimination for being a crime victim; I believe the federal
government
needs to understand that crime victims and witnesses to crimes need
protection from training and job discrimination, too.
Again, my complaint was never even served by the Miami EEOC office on
the
school district; instead, my complaint was intercepted, and I have
never
had an opportunity to be heard due to the nature of the
discrimination.
I relocated out of Florida after 16 years of this type of
discrimination. I
did not know that this was the reason for the discrimination at the
time,
but I am sure of it now. I believe the federal government needs to
recognize this type of discrimination exists: discrimination against
crime
victims
and witnesses to public corruption.
Thank you for reading this. I can provide more information if you are
interested. I believe I should have compensation for not being able to
even file a complaint in this matter that would be served by the EEOC
on
the school district and its attorney. I am out a degree, a career,
and a pension, and could have recovered some of these losses had the
EEOC
actually served my complaint on the school district, as it
would have then gone to the one person at the district actually allowed
by
the elected school board to answer a complaint: the attorney of the
district,
who at that time was Richard Withers. Instead, a fraud named Allun
Hamblett, an agent of those who had already committed crimes,
intercepted
my complaint with the help of a corrupted Miami EEOC office.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
...
Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:
[---001:005724:00909---]
Filed via MuckRock.com
E-mail (Preferred): requests@muckrock.com
For mailed responses, please address (see note):
MuckRock News
DEPT MR 19561
PO Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205-5819
PLEASE NOTE the new address as well as the fact that improperly
addressed (i.e., with the requester's name rather than MuckRock News)
requests might be returned by the USPS as undeliverable.
---
On July 15, 2015:
Thank you, Rhonda Durham. Kindly direct all future responses on this
matter to:
requests@muckrock.com
(rather than sending to my personal email address).
Thanks again.
Susan Alyn
---
On July 9, 2015:
Dear Ms. Alyn,
Please find attached a letter acknowledging EEOC's receipt of your
electronic request under the FOIA.
Sincerely,
Rhonda Durham
Information Specialist
---
On July 9, 2015:
Thank you for contacting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
(EEOC). This is an automated response to the EEOC FOIA email box, and is
not a determination on your request for records. If it is determined
that your request is a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), it will be
forwarded to the appropriate FOIA component within 10 working days of
its receipt. You will also receive an official acknowledgment that your
FOIA request has been received and when you can expect a response.
This office is open from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm Eastern Standard Time,
Monday through Friday, excluding federal holidays. Requests submitted
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extend their response time by 10 business days in unusual circumstances,
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granted, in accordance with the FOIA, the official determination will be
issued in paper format, including an original signature. Therefore, if
you did not provide a physical mailing address in your original e-mail,
we will be unable to issue a determination on your FOIA request.
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*Please visit our website at www.eeoc.gov to access information
concerning FOIA administration at the EEOC, including the following FOIA
related documents:
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and how to make a FOIA request, the time for EEOC to respond to a
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>>> <requests@muckrock.com> 07/09/15 06:48 >>>
July 9, 2015
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Stephanie D. Garner
Assistant Legal Counsel/FOIA
EEOC - OLC/FOIA Programs
131 M Street NE, Suite 5NW02E
Washington, DC 20507
To Whom It May Concern:
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby
request the following records:
A certified copy of the email I sent online to the EEOC, which the EEOC
responded to by claiming to me said email was then forwarded to EEOC
Commission Jenny Yang; the certified email I now wish to obtain is the
email actually sent by the online EEOC person to EEOC Commissioner Jenny
Yang, showing delivery to Commissioner Jenny Yang, as I never received
any reply.
Below is an excerpt of the email I originally sent online.
The requested public record document will be made available to the
general public, and this request is not being made for commercial
purposes.
In the event that fees cannot be waived, I would be grateful if you
would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my
request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail
attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.
Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I
look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20
business days, as the statute requires.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
-----------------------------------
Susan Alyn <susan.alyn@gmail.com>
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang [Incident:
131117-000009]
1 message
EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov> Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 2:56 PM
Reply-To: EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov>
To: susan.alyn@gmail.com
Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support
center. Below is a summary of your request and our response.
If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it
within the next 7 days.
Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.
Subject
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang

Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (Lasonya Bradley) 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Thank you for contacting us.
You are requesting that your e-mail is forwarded to EEOC Commissioner
Jenny Yang.
Your e-mail will be forwarded, as requested.
Sincerely,
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Auto-Response 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
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Commission. This automated response confirms receipt of your inquiry and
is not intended to address your specific questions. For those of you
wishing to file a charge of employment discrimination, please note that
there is a time limit of either 300 or 180 days to file a charge,
depending on a number of factors. If you want to file a charge or have
questions about your time limits to file a charge, you can visit our
online assessment tool at https://egov.eeoc.gov/eas/ as well as our
Employees and Applicants section on the www.eeoc.gov website. You can
not file a charge via email. We will respond to your specific questions
promptly.
Customer By Email (Susan Alyn) 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
To EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang:
To EEOC Commission Jenny Yang Jenny Yang:
I read your bio here:
http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/yang.cfm
I was very interested in your background of "enforc[ing] federal laws
prohibiting discrimination in employment by state and local government
employers from 1998 to 2003."
I would like to know if the EEOC would ever consider adding a new
category
people who need protection under EEOC discrimination laws, and that
new
category would be as follows:
people who suffer discrimination in training and/or employment because
the
person is a witness to public corruption.
I was a witness to public corruption and then became a teacher ...
As a result, frauds were employed in the district, and they destroyed
my
training as a public school teacher by obstructing me from access to
student teaching classes I was assigned to through a public
university,
falsely claiming verbally other reasons why the teachers were no
longer
available to me. My degree had inferior components as a result, as my
teaching internships were not at the grade levels required by the
degree,
and gave the appearance I had "failed" the required internships when
nothing could be further from the truth. I was evaluated as an
outstanding
teacher.
My job application as a teacher to this school district was, I later
learned, re-written (to misrepresent and conceal my actual
qualifications),
and I believe was rewritten by the fraud who posted as the Executive
Director of this public school district. In short, my teacher job
application for eight years was turned into a forgery at the central
human
resources offices, to prevent me from being able to get an interview in
the
district's 40 schools.
My personnel folder was stamped "NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT" by the
fraud
who was posing as the executive director of human resources but was
actually a complete fraud. I have a copy of this stamp and folder
cover.
After eight years of not being able to obtain one interview based on
my
application for employment in this district, Collier County Public
Schools
(1997-2005), I filed an EEOC complaint based on: age discrimination,
but --
the Miami office of the EEOC, which I believe had also been corrupted
in
this matter, never served my complaint on the school district.
Instead, the corrupt Miami EEOC office added the name of the fraud HR
director, and mailed my EEOC complaint to him, by-passing the school
district attorney, the only one actually legally allowed to respond to
a
complaint for the school district.
But, the fraud HR director received it instead via US Mail because the
Miami EEOC office added his name to the envelope and a document.
I believe this fraud HR director gave it to attorneys hired by the
same
politicians who had planted him in his HR position -- and then this
fraud
HR director signed it and faxed it to Miami as if this was his
response.
Again, in reality, the school district attorney was never served by
the
EEOC, so that I would not be heard.
I think the EEOC should investigate what happened in this matter,
because
if they did, they would understand: that people such as myself who are
witnesses to public corruption, and are crime victims, can suffer
severe
training and employment discrimination.
I believe California is passing laws now to help victims of crime at
least
be able to attend trials and have time off from work without suffering
discrimination for being a crime victim; I believe the federal
government
needs to understand that crime victims and witnesses to crimes need
protection from training and job discrimination, too.
Again, my complaint was never even served by the Miami EEOC office on
the
school district; instead, my complaint was intercepted, and I have
never
had an opportunity to be heard due to the nature of the
discrimination.
I relocated out of Florida after 16 years of this type of
discrimination. I
did not know that this was the reason for the discrimination at the
time,
but I am sure of it now. I believe the federal government needs to
recognize this type of discrimination exists: discrimination against
crime
victims
and witnesses to public corruption.
Thank you for reading this. I can provide more information if you are
interested. I believe I should have compensation for not being able to
even file a complaint in this matter that would be served by the EEOC
on
the school district and its attorney. I am out a degree, a career,
and a pension, and could have recovered some of these losses had the
EEOC
actually served my complaint on the school district, as it
would have then gone to the one person at the district actually allowed
by
the elected school board to answer a complaint: the attorney of the
district,
who at that time was Richard Withers. Instead, a fraud named Allun
Hamblett, an agent of those who had already committed crimes,
intercepted
my complaint with the help of a corrupted Miami EEOC office.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
...

Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:

[---001:005724:00909---]
Filed via MuckRock.com
E-mail (Preferred): requests@muckrock.com
For mailed responses, please address (see note):
MuckRock News
DEPT MR 19561
PO Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205-5819
PLEASE NOTE the new address as well as the fact that improperly
addressed (i.e., with the requester's name rather than MuckRock News)
requests might be returned by the USPS as undeliverable.
---
On July 9, 2015:
To Whom It May Concern:
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby
request the following records:
A certified copy of the email I sent online to the EEOC, which the EEOC
responded to by claiming to me said email was then forwarded to EEOC
Commission Jenny Yang; the certified email I now wish to obtain is the
email actually sent by the online EEOC person to EEOC Commissioner Jenny
Yang, showing delivery to Commissioner Jenny Yang, as I never received
any reply.
Below is an excerpt of the email I originally sent online.
The requested public record document will be made available to the
general public, and this request is not being made for commercial
purposes.
In the event that fees cannot be waived, I would be grateful if you
would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my
request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail
attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.
Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I
look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20
business days, as the statute requires.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
-----------------------------------
Susan Alyn <susan.alyn@gmail.com>
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang [Incident:
131117-000009]
1 message
EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov> Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 2:56 PM
Reply-To: EEOC - I I G <info@eeoc.gov>
To: susan.alyn@gmail.com
Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support
center. Below is a summary of your request and our response.
If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it
within the next 7 days.
Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.
Subject
Please forward this letter to EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang

Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (Lasonya Bradley) 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Thank you for contacting us.
You are requesting that your e-mail is forwarded to EEOC Commissioner
Jenny Yang.
Your e-mail will be forwarded, as requested.
Sincerely,
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Auto-Response 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Thank you for contacting the United States Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission. This automated response confirms receipt of your inquiry and
is not intended to address your specific questions. For those of you
wishing to file a charge of employment discrimination, please note that
there is a time limit of either 300 or 180 days to file a charge,
depending on a number of factors. If you want to file a charge or have
questions about your time limits to file a charge, you can visit our
online assessment tool at https://egov.eeoc.gov/eas/ as well as our
Employees and Applicants section on the www.eeoc.gov website. You can
not file a charge via email. We will respond to your specific questions
promptly.
Customer By Email (Susan Alyn) 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
To EEOC Commissioner Jenny Yang:
To EEOC Commission Jenny Yang Jenny Yang:
I read your bio here:
http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/yang.cfm
I was very interested in your background of "enforc[ing] federal laws
prohibiting discrimination in employment by state and local government
employers from 1998 to 2003."
I would like to know if the EEOC would ever consider adding a new
category
people who need protection under EEOC discrimination laws, and that
new
category would be as follows:
people who suffer discrimination in training and/or employment because
the
person is a witness to public corruption.
I was a witness to public corruption and then became a teacher ...
As a result, frauds were employed in the district, and they destroyed
my
training as a public school teacher by obstructing me from access to
student teaching classes I was assigned to through a public
university,
falsely claiming verbally other reasons why the teachers were no
longer
available to me. My degree had inferior components as a result, as my
teaching internships were not at the grade levels required by the
degree,
and gave the appearance I had "failed" the required internships when
nothing could be further from the truth. I was evaluated as an
outstanding
teacher.
My job application as a teacher to this school district was, I later
learned, re-written (to misrepresent and conceal my actual
qualifications),
and I believe was rewritten by the fraud who posted as the Executive
Director of this public school district. In short, my teacher job
application for eight years was turned into a forgery at the central
human
resources offices, to prevent me from being able to get an interview in
the
district's 40 schools.
My personnel folder was stamped "NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT" by the
fraud
who was posing as the executive director of human resources but was
actually a complete fraud. I have a copy of this stamp and folder
cover.
After eight years of not being able to obtain one interview based on
my
application for employment in this district, Collier County Public
Schools
(1997-2005), I filed an EEOC complaint based on: age discrimination,
but --
the Miami office of the EEOC, which I believe had also been corrupted
in
this matter, never served my complaint on the school district.
Instead, the corrupt Miami EEOC office added the name of the fraud HR
director, and mailed my EEOC complaint to him, by-passing the school
district attorney, the only one actually legally allowed to respond to
a
complaint for the school district.
But, the fraud HR director received it instead via US Mail because the
Miami EEOC office added his name to the envelope and a document.
I believe this fraud HR director gave it to attorneys hired by the
same
politicians who had planted him in his HR position -- and then this
fraud
HR director signed it and faxed it to Miami as if this was his
response.
Again, in reality, the school district attorney was never served by
the
EEOC, so that I would not be heard.
I think the EEOC should investigate what happened in this matter,
because
if they did, they would understand: that people such as myself who are
witnesses to public corruption, and are crime victims, can suffer
severe
training and employment discrimination.
I believe California is passing laws now to help victims of crime at
least
be able to attend trials and have time off from work without suffering
discrimination for being a crime victim; I believe the federal
government
needs to understand that crime victims and witnesses to crimes need
protection from training and job discrimination, too.
Again, my complaint was never even served by the Miami EEOC office on
the
school district; instead, my complaint was intercepted, and I have
never
had an opportunity to be heard due to the nature of the
discrimination.
I relocated out of Florida after 16 years of this type of
discrimination. I
did not know that this was the reason for the discrimination at the
time,
but I am sure of it now. I believe the federal government needs to
recognize this type of discrimination exists: discrimination against
crime
victims
and witnesses to public corruption.
Thank you for reading this. I can provide more information if you are
interested. I believe I should have compensation for not being able to
even file a complaint in this matter that would be served by the EEOC
on
the school district and its attorney. I am out a degree, a career,
and a pension, and could have recovered some of these losses had the
EEOC
actually served my complaint on the school district, as it
would have then gone to the one person at the district actually allowed
by
the elected school board to answer a complaint: the attorney of the
district,
who at that time was Richard Withers. Instead, a fraud named Allun
Hamblett, an agent of those who had already committed crimes,
intercepted
my complaint with the help of a corrupted Miami EEOC office.
Sincerely,
Susan Alyn
...

Question Reference #131117-000009
....
Date Created: 11/17/2013 01:57 PM
Last Updated: 11/19/2013 01:56 PM
Status: Closed
Employer Zip Code:

[---001:005724:00909---]
Filed via MuckRock.com
E-mail (Preferred): requests@muckrock.com
For mailed responses, please address (see note):
MuckRock
DEPT MR 19561
PO Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205-5819
PLEASE NOTE: This request is not filed by a MuckRock staff member, but
is being sent through MuckRock by the above in order to better track,
share, and manage public records requests. Also note that improperly
addressed (i.e., with the requester's name rather than "MuckRock News"
and the department number) requests might be returned as undeliverable.

From: MuckRock

United States Treasurer
ATTN: Rhonda Durham, Information Specialist
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Office of Legal Counsel - FOIA Programs
131 M Street, N.E., Room 5NW02C
Washington, D.C. 20507

To Whom It May Concern:

Please find enclosed a check for $75.00 to satisfy the fee associated with the attached public records request.

Thank you.

From: RHONDA DURHAM

Good afternoon,

The request for Ms. Alyn is under review and is near completion. It should be completed by next week and mailed.

Whom should the information be mailed to? Can you provide a mailing address please?

I hope this have answered your questions.

Thank you for your patience.





Rhonda F. Durham
Information Specialist
FOIA Programs
EEOC/Office of Legal Counsel
202-663-4518 Office
202-663-4679 Fax

From: Susan A.

To EEOC:

MuckRock News has already provided you with its po box mailing address on the initial email you received which had instructions for mailing public records.

Thank you.

From: Susan A.

To EEOC:

MuckRock News has already provided you with its po box mailing address on the initial email you received which had instructions for mailing public records.

Thank you.

From: MuckRock

To Whom It May Concern:

The appropriate address to which one should send materials directly related to this request is:

MuckRock News
DEPT MR 19561
P.O. Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205

Thank you.

From: BERNADETTE WILSON

Good Evening,

Please find attached, a Declaration by Patrick DeWolf, Program Manager,
and Custodian of Incident Audit Reports, Intake Information Group, Field
Management Programs, Office of Field Programs, Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission, declaring that Ms. Susan Alyn*s email was in
fact delivered to Chair Jenny Yang, and dated October 20, 2015.

Bernadette B. Wilson
Acting Executive Officer
Executive Secretariat
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

From: Susan A.

Thank you for your response.

As noted in my original request, I never received any response from Jenny Yang to my email.

My email had suggested a new category of people who need protection from discrimination, and that category is people who are witnesses to public corruption.

I still think that is an important category of people to protect, as once you become a witness or a victim of public corruption, your whole life can be destroyed.

From: BERNADETTE WILSON

I will be out of the office Monday, November 23 through Friday, November 27, 2015. Please contact Everick Bowens (x4386) for all DMS related issues, and Mona Papillon (x4649) for all other issues.

Bernadette B. Wilson
Acting Executive Officer
Executive Secretariat
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
131 M. Street, NE
Washington, D.C. 20507
Tele: (202) 663-4077
Fax: (202) 663-4114

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