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I'm not sure. I'd like to sue both.
I have lost my livelihood due to a false accusation. I want my license cleared and be able to work in my field again.
I believe she was jealous of the relationship I had with other employees. I thought that she and I were OK, too. The urine couldn't have been mine unless it was tampered with. I have never had an issue with drugs. She didn't follow protocol with my specimen. I even asked her if she thought she could have labeled it wrong, maybe mixed it up with one of the patients. I really don't know what happened. All I know is that it couldn't have been my urine. She wouldn't even talk to me. She asked me, "How will you be able to take care of your Mom without a job?" And this was the day the specimen came back positive. I asked her, "What are you talking about?" No even knowing it was positive. I told her that I would submit another specimen right then, which I did.
#1. She left the facility which doesn't follow protocol. Who knows what she did in her car? If there had been a DNA test done, I would be willing to bet she switched it with one of the patients urine.
#2. Why did it take her so long to do the tests when I had been asking since the first of the year. Told to wait, then after April or May when she started to work there, I repeatedly asked her to do it and she kept putting it off until August. Then why did it take a month to get the results back when it usually only takes 24-48 hours?
All of the random tests that I had were within the same time frame. Why were they all negative? Especially the hair follicle test, it covers months?
Thank you, I got an idea about where to start. Not quite sure about how to go about getting started. Again, thank you.
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