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Monday, September 14, 2015

Federal judge sides with Annapolis in racial discrimination case

A federal lawsuit has been decided in the favor of Annapolis in which three former and one current Annapolis Police Department officers said their employer had racially discriminated against them.

In a summary judgment, U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz wrote the city proved facts in the case were strong enough to warrant not going to trial.

"On each of their claims, plaintiffs fail to cite admissible evidence to oppose the city's motion for summary judgment," Motz wrote.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Same thing's going to happen in Pocomoke. They are over the top with this racial discrimination nonsense. If you look at them the wrong way they holler it's racial. Nothing's ever their fault.