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    Two Victims of Alleged Employment Discrimination (Dorner and Richardson) Two Different Reactions

     

    Two Victims of Alleged Employment Discrimination (Dorner and Richardson) Two Different Reactions

    Christopher Dorner’s inexcusable reaction to his alleged discrimination was to KILL. My reactions to my three year hostile work environment and four year Pro-Se legal battle against Eliot Spitzer and his staff was to appeal the case to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, US Supreme Court (who refused to review it) to write a book that includes evidence that proves it, create blogs, write letters to politicians about it, post videos that highlight it, vote, volunteer in VA for President Obama reelection, hope, and pray.

    As of today’s date February 8, 2013, none of those things have been successful I am viewed by many online as a liar, racist, lazy, and crazy. Many people are saying the same thing about Dorner. Many believe that Dorner would have been vindicated if he had a case and if he had taken the actions that I did.

    Both of these two employment discrimination experience should be investigated and actions taken by President Obama and Congress to protect lives and the rights of employment discrimination victims from unlawful discrimination and retaliation.

    Vera Richardson

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