Adams v. Merit Systems Protection Board

Pro Se

Question(s) Presented

1. “Whether CAFC made an error in their decision to dismiss CAFC 2023-1213 (DC- 3443-22-0386-1-1) which was about DIA not recusing themselves from the clearance investigation and revocation process in order to avoid the appearance of impropriety and collusion since Mr. Michael Waschull worked for DIA immediately before MDA and had initiated the clearance investigation and revocation process and it was a blatant and obvious conflict of interest. DIA should have turned the clearance adjudication over the the Air Force (AFOSI) or the Army (G2) or the Navy (ONI) or the Marine Corps (MCI)!”

2. “Whether anyone or any organization can deny access to EEO records in a Discrimination Case, Complaint or Appeal. And whether MDA can intentionally withhold vital evidence they have in their possession that would change the outcome of the CAFC decision, such as the H: harddrive containing dates, times, and people for numerous instances of disparate treatment, discrimination and retaliation, the EEO records of the discriminators and the EEO records of the discriminating organization, and The FBI investigation that cleared Mr. Adams of any wrongdoing.”

3. “Whether CAFC can deny an Oral Argument Request for a case of this magnitude and have justice prevail. And whether Mr. Adams’ Sixth Amendment Rights were violated when CAFC disregarded/ignored my request for an oral argument, in effect, denying him of his right to be heard, and denying him of his right to face his accuser.”

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Proceedings and Orders
September 14, 2023
DISTRIBUTED for Conference of 10/6/2023.
October 10, 2023
The motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of certiorari is dismissed. See Rule 39.8.