Investigating my disability claim will get the Social Security Administration nowhere. On November 18, 2010 I was interviewed by the U.S. Secret Service. I told the Special Agent that I thought my disability claim needed to be investigated by the FBI. He responded, more or less: "If your claim is investigated you might lose your benefits." My response? My exact words were "My psychiatrists have done such a hatchet job on me that no one could ever prove that I'm not crazy." I remember the Special Agent reflexed when I used the word hatchet.
Besides, the U.S. Marshals Service, as of January 15, 2010, has done a fairly good job laying the groundwork for a disability claim based on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The USMS has established that I suffer from intense feelings of anger, obsessive rumination (my blogging about my employment experiences), and a potential for violence (banning me from the U.S. District Court without prior approval from the USMS, and banning me from my local synagogue).