Have been unsuccessful with an employment law case (dismissal from IDHR) and countless attempts to seek legal help has failed. The financial and emotional wounds are too much to describe. The complex nature of this case has made it impossible to act in any way considered timely despite weekly efforts for years.
What is especially painful is knowing that the trauma of being wrongfully terminated and the employers active steps to conceal things were known to me before being able to prove things has been less toxic that any and all attempts to communicate the facts are in a very real sense so hidden and so far from what is believable that you realize, like I am now, that I am rambling and unable to put into words the proper narrative.
So, what can an employer do to a person who publishes internal documents that can easily show what really did happen because can be no doubt after checking the documents finally decoded.
One last point, and it will add to how crazy this sounds, that getting everything pieced together so things make sense - what happens, there were other plans already put together to terminate me.
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