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An individual wrote a derogatory statement about me and then claimed it was written by 2 other people and then signed their names to it. This person later admitted that she wrote it herself. The statement was given to my boss who questioned the validity of the statement and asked the person to go back and have the other 2 people to actually sign the statement themselves. She never furnished the actual signatures. My boss goes ahead and accepts the original statement and uses it as evidence to fire me. During the grievance process it was brought to light that the statement was false. I got my job back but suffered great consequences. What legal action can be taken against my boss and the accuser on grounds of libel and forgery? I'm a federal employee & my boss continually targets me.
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