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‘Harassment’ reprimand dropped against college worker

December 7, 2005

NEWARK, N.J. - William Paterson University has rescinded a reprimand it had given to an employee who used an e-mail to describe homosexuals as "perversions."

Ruling on a grievance brought by his union, a university hearing officer found no evidence to support the charge that Roy "Jihad" Daniel had violated New Jersey's regulations governing harassment when he replied to a professor who had sent out an e-mail inviting people to watch a film about a lesbian relationship... Download file "'Harassment' reprimand dropped against college worker"

Schools: William Paterson University Cases: William Paterson University: Punishment on Harassment Charges for Response to Mass E-Mail