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Pro se against the State

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not2cleverRed

Obvious Observer
God is bigger than TAMU. And you have no idea what you are speaking about via "Me".
While it is true that God is omnipotent, hence "bigger than TAMU" (in spite of the everything being bigger in Texas), what is unclear is how that is legally relevant to your case.

Were you disciminated against at work on the basis of your religious beliefs? If not, then it is not legally useful to mention God. Stick with your main points, your most basic, direct facts.
 

commentator

Senior Member
Truly after careful reading, I think you are raising Cain about some things that were done to you that were never illegal in the first place, never really experienced any EEOC covered discrimination, have never had any laws to prohibit the employer from doing this to you and now you're floundering around wildly, looking for a case to file, a complaint to register, something to sue about, have a case about--yet what it comes down to is this. If an attorney does not see a case here, a real live "fee generating" case, then dollars to doughnuts, you don't have one. If you are complaining about this, the way your supervisor spoke to you, this claiming you were "verbally assaulted" business, trying to get a case out of how badly you were treated the whole 23.5 years you were employed, you are "way over your head, Donnie. " You're wanting us to show you employment laws that you can use in your suit, when we are very far away from it all and really aren't seeing it anyhow.
 
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