I'm sorry to hear that. It is normal for it to be reviewed by the same officer who made the original decision, unfortunately. You can try to go to an infopass at the local USCIS office and explain the situation to them and let them know that you do not believe it was reviewed correctly/sufficiently. Ask for a supervisor. You can also let them supervisor know that you may have to contact the Office of the Ombudsman if they refuse to help you (if they are being uncooperative).
You can actually contact the Ombudsman and submit a complaint online but this can be a lengthy wait so you should do other things at the same time if you do need to file a complaint. http://www.dhs.gov/case-assistance
In addition, you can contact your local Congressional representative in your district and seek their assistance with speaking to USCIS on your behalf. Each office has a congressional liason that will communicate with local representatives' office.
You can also try to continue to District Court.
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