Comments for: Rights panel investigator finds fired bartender has cause to fight termination

Posted Nov. 01, 2012, at 7:29 p.m.

AUGUSTA | A bartender promoted to bar manager at Portland’s AMVETS Charles J. Loring Post No. 25 who was fired shortly after the promotion has reasonable grounds to argue his termination came in retaliation for pointing out an apparent theft at the post, a Maine Human Rights Commission investigator …

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  • Anonymous

    Good for him for fighting wrongful termination. I have had similar experiences and they are hard to swallow. But also hard to prove. So good for him for standing up for himself.

  • Anonymous

    I live in OOB and was sworn at and called names by my neighbor and the landlord every day during the month of May and June 2012. I am a single mom and endured many derogatory comments from both parties.  Complaints to the landlord did nothing as this behavior continued.  I filed with the MHRC.  The landlord did not tell the truth but Ms. Lelli chose to beleive them and she concluded that no reasonable grounds exists…meaning I was not telling the truth.  The only reason this case was found to have reasonable grounds is because someone is black. 
    Seems o me Ms. Lelli is not impartial.

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