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You didn't really raise what your other issues with the review were. Typically though, there is very little that you can do when it comes to dealing with a review.
In your situation though, if the employer here is holding your Family Medical Leave against you, then you need to file a complaint with the Department of Labor (federal office) in your state. All the other issues that you have can then be attributed ultimately to their decision to discriminate against your FMLA use.
That will call other other criticisms against you into question, because it can all be said to be retaliation based on your FMLA use.
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