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Alaba Oluyomi v. Janet Napolitano-Govt *Granted judgment in favor of Govt despite refusal of the Govt. to comply with discovery request. *Explained away the legal standard, that is, showing pretext in job discrimination cases. *Suppressed and ignored strong evidence of the pro se plaintiff--Alaba Oluyomi, and promoted mere statements (lies, lies) fabricated by the Govt, lacking evidence in the record. *Condescending during a court conference to a pro se litigant. *Granted judgment in favor of Govt despite strong evidence in the record showing the Govt provided multiple false testimonies under oath, under the penalty of perjury. Committed multiple legal errors prejudicial to the outcome of the case. Unfairly dismissed a civil case.
7/15/19, 2:12 AM
Hon. Gabriel W. Gorenstein

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