Re: Texas State Pharmacy Board
You falsified an (or more) application claiming you had no criminal history. Then you were 'found out' and laid off. Then you told the board you didn't have a felony and they bought it. Then your most recent attempt at employment led a reruiter to turn you down 'cause they saw the felony. Then you claim there's some sort of "error" that can cause someone to believe you actually are a felon. Then you wanna sue for defamation 'cause the accurate information (you're a convicted felon) now shows when a background check is accomplished.
Is that what you're saying? You wanna sue for accurate information in your background check?
You can educate dumb, but you can't fix stupid!
If guns kill people, then I blame my pen/pencil/keyboard for misspelled words!