A simple request to the EEOC for the file, made within the 90 period following the Dismissal and Notice of Rights will give you what they have. That is not to say that the EEOC has all that your employer had, but only what they were provided by you and the employer.
I agree with Mr. Schofield that the EEOC could only give you what the have, so if your employer did not provide the seconf disciplinary action form, then they can't provide it to you. Not having the second disciplinary action form alone, is not necessarily a reason to question the finding of the EEOC investigator.
In any event, if all you want is to see the second disciplinary action form, you can try requesting the document (or better yet, your entire personnel file) from your employer, but they don't necessarily have to provide it to you absent a pending lawsuit. You really should consider speaking with an employment discrimination attorney to explore your best next course of action. Good luck.
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