Gay police sues $ 20 million for discrimination




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Gay policeman received millions of compensation for discrimination


Instead of increasing, the man received advice from his boss to "slow down with his blueness."

Missouri policeman from the US state of Missouri received compensation for discrimination at work in the amount of almost $ 20 million. It is reported by BBC News.





Kate Wildhaber, a resident of St. Louis, who served in the local police, filed a lawsuit against her back in 2017. The reason for the lawsuit was discrimination against men due to gay orientation.

According to Wildhaber, he was denied promotion 23 times because he was gay. A certain John Saracino, who at that time was a member of the District Council of St. Louis Police Commissioners, advised the man to "slow down with his blueness" if he wants to get a promotion.

Saracino himself denies such a comment on his part. A similar comment was allegedly used by police captain Guy Mins.

As a result, the jury found Wildhaber a victim of discrimination based on sexual orientation. The man will be paid about $ 20 million in compensation.





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