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Palmieri v. United States

United States District Court, D. Columbia.

November 3, 2014

MATTHEW RICHARD PALMIERI, Plaintiff,
v.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, et al., Defendants

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MATTHEW RICHARD PALMIERI, Plaintiff, Pro se, Springfield, VA.

For UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, NAVAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES, MAYA PILATOWICZ, Special Agent, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, EDWARD JONES, Special Agent, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, OFFICE OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE, DEBORAH M. STICKNEY, Office of Naval Intelligence, UNITED STATES NAVY, DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE, STANLEY L. SIMS, Defense Security Service, BARRY STERLING, Defense Security Service, DEFENSE OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS, OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, DEFENSE MANPOWER DATA CENTER, DEPARTMENT OF STATE, FINANCIAL CRIMES ENFORCEMENT NETWORK, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, LYNDA G. CARPENTER, KATHERINE C. SMITH, DAVID JOHN DORSETT, DAIVD BAUER, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, Defendants: William Mark Nebeker, LEAD ATTORNEY, U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, Civil Division, Washington, DC.

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MEMORANDUM OPINION

JOHN D. BATES, United States District Judge.

Plaintiff Matthew Richard Palmieri, a former contractor for the United States, brings this 30-count action against various government agencies and officials[1] (collectively " the United States" or " the government" ). Proceeding pro se, Palmieri claims that his industrial security clearance was revoked after the government conducted an investigation of his activities. He challenges the investigation, the subsequent administrative hearing, the loss of his security clearance, and the government's responses to his document requests. Upon careful consideration of the several motions and the parties' various memoranda,[2] the applicable law, and the

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record, and for the reasons set forth below, the Court will reject most of Palmieri's claims.

BACKGROUND

According to the complaint, Palmieri held an industrial security clearance for over a decade as a government contractor. Am. Compl. [ECF No. 14] at 12.[3] Palmieri worked as " a systems engineer specializing in classified military communications systems." Id. He alleges that, after a several-month-long government investigation into his activities and a subsequent hearing before an administrative judge, his security clearance was revoked in 2011. Id ...


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