Monday, April 13, 2009

Censorship grounded - FAA settles religious speech case

Charlie Butts - OneNewsNow

The Federal Aviation Administration has settled a lawsuit over disciplining an employee for his stance on homosexual conduct. Attorneys for the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) filed suit after the FAA took issue with Larry Dombrowski, who was employed in Louisville, Kentucky, for engaging in conversation a co-worker who felt homosexuals could serve as priests in the Episcopal Church. According to ADF, there were no heated exchanges, and both parties respected each other's comments.

But attorney Kevin Theriot tells OneNewsNow that action was taken by the FAA, which accused Dombrowski of engaging in "unbecoming conduct" as a supervisor for conversations he had with fellow workers regarding his Christian beliefs.

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