NJ Transit worker fired for burning Koran gets his job back, plus $25,000 award

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A victory for free speech: The NJ Transit worker who was fired for burning a Koran has gotten his job back, plus back pay and $25,000.


One comment

  • larry

    Totally agree – and i always think people should get a chance to make an ass of themselves in public.

    It makes a great point..

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