More faked hate and bogus Islamophobia in the continuing warfare in the information battle-space.
A little background on the faked hate fraudster: “Waleed Albakri filed an internal complaint with the Office of Professional Standards in August 2014, charging the Sheriff’s Office with discrimination based on his Islamic faith. He had been working undercover in a drug and prostitution unit. Two months later, deputies arrested him and accused him of staging a burglary the previous year to collect renter’s insurance, records show. Albakri, a former Orange County deputy sued the sheriff’s office, alleging discrimination based on his Islamic faith. So two years later he sues for “islamophobia” when caught. Why wasn’t he charged and sentenced to jail for fraud and stealing? Muslims get special status and treatment and still they sue.
At the time of his libel and defamation of the Sheriff’s office, Islamic supremacist Albakri:
Albakri is seeking money for “emotional pain, suffering and humiliation” for what he describes as religious, racial and ethnic discrimination and harassment.
He also wants his job back.
“I just want to be reinstated,” Albakri said. “I want my name cleared, and I want the sheriff’s office to take responsibility for what their employees did. People knew about it because people were watching, and there were supervisors watching all of these actions. And guess what? No one did anything to end it.”
Orange County deputies did not harass Muslim colleague, jury decides
David Harris and Gal Tziperman Lotan, Orlando Sentinel, Orlando Sentinel, July 10, 2017 (thanks to TROP)
A group of Orange County deputies did not harass a fellow deputy because he is Muslim, a federal jury decided Monday.
Waleed Albakri had sued the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, where he worked from 2008 to 2014, alleging that co-workers called him a “terrorist,” among other derogatory terms, and started a criminal investigation against him because of his religion.
“The sheriff is pleased with the outcome,” the county’s attorney, Mark Levitt, said Monday evening. “The jury quickly recognized that Mr. Albakri’s claim was totally without merit.”
He was fired from the Sheriff’s Office in 2014 after being arrested on insurance-fraud charges, which prosecutors later dropped.
The jury on Monday sided with the Sheriff’s Office after about an hour and a half of deliberations, finding no harassment because of race, religion or national origin.
Levitt argued Albakri was the one making jokes and said he didn’t complain about feeling uncomfortable until two years later.
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