Puerto Rico’s Police Department Sued for Discrimination

Puerto Rico’s police department has been sued over alleged discrimination against anĀ atheist police officer. The suit is being brought against the police department churchandstateby the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

According to the suit, an atheist police officer was subjected to retaliation after he refused to participate in prayers with others in his precinct. The suit claims that he was demoted, stripped of his weapon, and required to wash patrol cars.

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1 COMMENTS
  1. www.slaterpugh.com / 28 Jun 2013

    I don’t really know too much about the legal code in Puerto Rico. Is it the same as the U.S.’s, or is it different? Interesting…
    http://www.slaterpugh.com

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