BACKGROUND INFO: It is also important to note that this same case 07-1506, went on appeal twice. The first time the Third Circuit ruled to vacate the same judge's judgment to dismiss for an abuse of discretion. See case 08-3366 ruling. According to the court and defendants, (EEOC et al), N'Jai failed to prosecute by April 3, 2008 when she did not and filed 2 motions on April 1, 2008.
N'Jai filed EEOC/PAHRC complaint on time IN 9/2004. PAHRC took two years until 2006. EEOC refused to give N'Jai a right to sue letter from 2004-2009. PAHRC gave N'Jai right to sue within 2 years and stated she had from 2006-2008 to file a lawsuit. Court used EEOC negligence as bait to dismiss N'Jai's with prejudice, claiming she failed to get a right to sue letter in time. The Court ordered N'Jai to produce right to sue letter from EEOC or get dismissed. N'Jai sent FOIA and other certified mail requests to EEOC for a right to sue letter from 2006-2009. On August 17, 2009 EEOC finally sends right to sue letter at the dismay of the court who did not want that letter. EEOC put false date onto the right to sue letter, claimed to have sent it to a wrong address in 6/2008, but wrote that N'Jai should go by the August 17, 2009 date of envelope. EEOC had N'Jai's correct address since 1994-2011, but in a conspiracy to help the School District and itself (Defendants), EEOC put a false date. Court ignored direction regarding when N'Jai received the right to sue letter 8/2009, and only looked at date on letter 6/2008. Court used that false date as one basis for dismissing the complaint with prejudice-knowing that was an abuse of discretion and not correct. Clerk of Court for Third Circuit Affirmed inaccurate ruling without signature or approval from any circuit judge. Clerk then ignored mandamus, rehearing petition etc against herself and refused to docket them. If that were not enough, PPS accessed N'Jai retirement fund at the same time this was happening from 2005-2010, changed her correct address to a false one 21 times without her knowledge or consent. Another time they played the false address phone number card, was when the Court went ex parte meetings behind N'Jai's back to undermine the case. Then when N'Jai found out and complained, the court ordered her to file corrected phone number address etc claiming to not be able to reach her. This is Section 1983, 1985-1986 conspiracy under the color of law. Also the court erroneously claimed that there was no federal agency because the PAHRC is state and (dismissed with prejudice), N'Jai's FOIA/Right To Know requests. EEOC is federal and the claims were federal. The Court flat out lied. Then the Court turned around and granted the Defendants Right to Know and FOIA requests for the same things in the same case. It also relied upon the identical same arguments that were previously vacated to dismiss N'Jai's amended complaint all over again and this time the clerk of court (Marcia Waldron) affirmed w/o any signature from any Appeal Court judges. See evidence.mariciawaldron22.pdfEEOC%20Envelope.jpgright%20to%20sue%20letter.jpgexplanationletter.jpgeeocmailfraud.pdf08-2366_Docket.htm