During a settlement hearing, two trips were made into the office where I sat with an attorney to help me with the settlement part of my case since I was representing myself. After the third trip into the office, the very minimal offer was turned downed, I wouldn't sign a letter of confidentiality and the judge got angry, ripped the paper off the table, stormed out of the office and alerted Defendant that the offer was turned down. Why would a judge get so angry because I felt the offer was insignificant to the mental anguish I reciecved due to my skin color and the judge, technically has no bearing to my decision? This case is tied in with a pending case. Signing a confidentially statement would close my pending case. The judge tried to convince me that it wouldn't. I know it would.