-DHS Supervisor Timothy Borden to my mother

The "justice" system is flawed beyond belief. Take, for example:
1.     The federal government requires you to have their permission to sue the federal government. Think about that.

2.     The U.S. Government put a financial cap of $300,000 for any “award” for damages caused by the U.S. Government.

3.     The U.S. Government effectively holds you hostage when you file an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Complaint. No other entity will intervene to help you, even when the discrimination continues.

 I sure don’t mean to pick on Walmart, but everyone knows this company. If Walmart managers were to have discriminated and harassed my mother: Walmart does not get to decide if my she could sue them. Why is the U.S. Government any different? Remember, they are regular people running the Federal Government but they just happen to abuse their authority, fail to follow policy, and have a network of cohorts who cover up for them.
Again, there is no cap to the damages the private sector is limited to pay for damages. The U.S. Government has bottomless pockets (taxpayer money) and endless time to spend. Meanwhile, people like my Mom are abused and told their losses are maximum worth of $300,000. In addition to working a full-time job, they have to represent themselves, because a) they cannot afford an attorney and/or b) no attorney wants to put forth the effort required to take on the US government in return for a low-balled maximum payment. The Government doesn’t compensate collateral damage to people like me who suffer right alongside, either.
My Mom patiently went through the smoke and mirrors EEOC process, all while her managers continued to harass her. There is a “standing agreement” if you will, that others cannot “intervene” even as the harassment continues. Nobody in their right mind would want to be in my Mom’s shoes. It is unbearable to see the stress she continues to endure at the hands of intentional abusers and this failed system.