The CIA decided I was unable to return to duty with or without accommodations. No other explanation was provided and I received no documentation from their Employee Appeals Panel who made the ultimate decision to uphold the Deputy Director of Security and Personnel Evaluation Board’s initial decision to revoke my security clearance and access approvals.
The government constantly bemoans the lack of qualified minority personnel to fill their core positions and uses this as an excuse for the lack of representation within the highest ranks of government by minority and women. My resume demonstrates I am not only qualified as a woman, minority, and person with a disability; I am simply qualified and arguable more qualified than most of my peers regardless of gender, race, or any other classification scheme used by the Government. I do not “play the race card (or for that matter gender/disability) ” but to steal a quote from Al Sharpton, “they set the deck.”
See the links to my CIA approved and cleared resume below:
I am not sure what else I am supposed to do to “qualify” for a CIA position. Of course, I am ambitious and these qualities in a minority woman with a disability were considered delusional by the CIA’s psychiatric and security apparatus. Further, I had the audacity not to consent to “treatment” with antipsychotic medications, despite the fact that Dr. L stated during our one and only session together that he had counseled CIA Chiefs of Station (COS) and Deputy Chiefs of Station (DCOS).
For those unfamiliar with CIA lingo, COS is the head of a CIA Station (overseas or domestic) and everything goes through this man or woman in his or her Area of Responsibility. This is a senior position and at the top of the food chain in the field. These are the men and women counseled by Dr. L…The CIA psychologist Dr. U informed me before my appointment (when I protested to her CIA’s requirement that I go to their doctors and not a psychiatrist of my choosing for reevaluation) with Dr. L in early December of 2009 that Dr. L had been working with the CIA for over 20 years.
Less than one month after meeting with Dr. L, I met with psychiatrist Dr. N at CIA Headquarters. Dr. N gave me three options from the CIA’s Clinical Review Board:
1. Return to Dr. L
2. Medical Disability Retirement
3. Resign from the CIA
CIA Office of Medical Services (OMS) final report from me provides several reasons for me being found unfit for duty, including: my family’s psychiatric history, my refusal to take antipsychotic medications, and my “inappropriate behavior.” The report was signed by multiple OMS doctors and formed the basis of the Clinical Review Boards judgment that I was unfit for duty.
Post Script: The doctors in this post are referred to by the last initials of their last names because their identities are state secrets.
In late October 2009 to early November 2009 I was imprisoned at one of the CIA’s Covert Psychiatric Prisons located in Northern, Virginia, after a former coworker expressed his “concerns” over my behavior. Prior to my imprisonment by the CIA, I was detained by their Office of Medical Services and subjected to urine and blood tests, neurological testing and asked personal questions about my family’s psychiatric history. The CIA did this all in the name of security without any probable cause and relying on a single source (the former coworker) before taking this action against me. While I was being interrogated by the CIA’s psychiatrist, I was informed she could not prescribe medication and therefore requested I follow up with my Primary Care Physician and said she wanted to see me again the following morning. She also referred to a Dr. Litovitz (his name is a state secret) as someone she may refer me to since she could not prescribe medication. She sent me home early and said she would contact my supervisor. I was involved in a motor vehicle accident on my way home (I will not elaborate due to legal concerns) and following my accident was imprisoned at the Secret CIA psychiatric prison in Northern Virginia. The staff at the hospital informed me that ambassadors, etc. had been previously treated at this secret facility and traveled there for R&R. My parents were told the same thing when they came to get me released from this CIA facility. My attending physician, Dr. Roth (name is a state secret) attempted to place me on anti-psychotic medication (Risperdal) and said he had access to my accident report and had a computer that received updates from the police. Mr. R (a CIA psychiatrist) told me he was cleared and I could tell him anything. This was the beginning of continuing campaign by the CIA (officially between October 2009 and September 2010 when I was terminated by the CIA’s Employee Appeals Panel) to drug me with antipsychotics and when I refused, the CIA terminated me for under intelligence community directive 704 for “psychological conditions.”
I will start revealing the systematic process by which the U.S. Government denied my of my constitutional rights via this blog. I have to submit my postings to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Publication Review board for approval prior to publication on this website. I have dozens of incriminating documents that demonstrate the CIA’s official sanctioning of abuse of me, a former U.S. Government employee, and the unwillingness of the highest levels of the U.S. Government to respond to my repeated requests for investigation of these corrupt practices. I look forward to comments and responses to my blog posts.