3officials who participated in the criminal conspiracies and acts alleged in this petition. PINoversees the federal effort to combat corruption through prosecution of individuals at all levels of government.6. The Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice works to uphold the civiland constitutional rights of all individuals, particularly some of the most vulnerable members of our society. The Division prosecutes hate crimes and crimes committed in violation of federalcriminal statutes that were designed to protect the civil rights of individuals.
7. Plaintiff is a citizen and resident of the United States and of Cumberland County,State of North Carolina. In 2006, she filed civil action no. 5:06-CV306-Fl against SSA and itsCommissioner alleging that SSA violated her constitutional right to appeal SSA¶s adversedecisions, that SSA failed to provide in writing information regarding SSA¶s adverse decisionsand that SSA failed to afford her opportunity to hearings and recoup-hearing before withholding benefits as was required by the regulation and codes of the Social Security Act.8. In April 2007, the case was dismissed with the court ordering Commissioner Astrue to proceed to expedited administrative reviews of plaintiff¶s appeals. Commissioner Astrue refused to comply with the order. In August 2007, SSA reported to plaintiff that SSAhad neither her written appeals nor the court order of April 2007 in its record. On May 26, 2009, plaintiff submitted to the federal district court the documents required to file civil action no.5:09-CV0235-FL alleging damages against SSA for failing to maintain its record as required by5 U.S.C. Sec. 552a (e) (5) and (g) (1) (C), the Privacy Act¶s maintenance provision, and damagesagainst the United States under the Federal Tort Claims Act.