Old Dominion University May Challenge Ruling In Suit Against Anti-White Racist Job Firing August 20, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Anti-White, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Discrimination, Police Officer, Racism, Racist, reverse racism, White.
Old Dominion University may challenge a ruling by a state agency in favor of a former campus police officer who said he was fired from his job in 2005 because he is white. A state hearing officer in May ruled that ODU discriminated against Brett Birkmeyer based on race and ordered that the university rehire him and provide back pay.
The state attorney general’s office, which represents the university, declined to comment on the case, except to say it is still pending.
Birkmeyer’s lawyer Raymond L. Hogge Jr. said in a statement that ODU has filed several challenges to the ruling, some of which are pending.
Hogge said that he plans to work as long as possible to force ODU to give Birkmeyer his job back and pay him for the “hardships he has suffered as a victim of reverse discrimination.”
The exact nature of the discrimination was not clarified. This story was copied from https://card.wordpress.com
The agency that oversees state employee grievance proceedings is the state Department of Employment Dispute Resolution. Its director, Claudia Farr, said in general either or both parties to a case may request a review after a hearing officer rules, then they may appeal to a circuit court.
Source: Daily Press