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University Clears Worker Punished for Stating Objections to Homosexuality

December 13, 2005

A student employee at William Patterson University (WPU) in New Jersey has been cleared of sexual harassment charges. The exoneration of 63-year-old part-time student and campus technician Jihad Daniel comes some time after the university's initial reprimand of him for raising objections to homosexuality in his reply to an e-mail promoting a movie and discussion about lesbian relationships... Download file "University Clears Worker Punished for Stating Objections to Homosexuality"

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