I got a letter in the mail along with questions and a requested list of witnesses. It has been over six months (would be nice if they did it sooner, but they didn't). The emotion involved amongst my ex-coworkers is over now and I'm sure they don't want to get involved for fear of getting fired now too. Although most discrimination cases are without merit, mine has merit, but only if my coworkers step up to the plate and tell the truth. I don't think I want to involve them at this late date. Yes, yes, I still miss my job and it will hurt when t he kids go back to school and I see the buses with all the kids on them. I run into "my" kids all the time and hug them to pieces and will miss them, although some have graduated to kindergarten. I am learning toward just letting it go. It wasn't fair and it broke my heart and I do have a hard time finding a job due to my disabilities. And they made it worse by believing my co-workers lies. But I don't believe they can really give me a bad recommendation anyway if I look for a part time job. Do you all agree that it's best to just let it go?