December 20, 2011, - 7:58 am
As you’ve probably noticed, I haven’t posted as much on this site in the last few days, and that’s because I’ve been preparing for the continuation of a trial–a very important trial I’ve been telling you about. Yesterday, I was in court all day defending my client, Bryan Purcell, a public school teacher in Dearborn public schools who was harassed by the Shi’ite Muslims who run the school district, per the complaint that we filed. We continue today, on the eve of Chanukah.
As I’ve noted before, this is not the federal civil rights case we filed, but the very related Teacher Tenure appeal I filed, after they fired my client in response to our Federal Civil Rights lawsuit, as we allege in our recently filed amended federal complaint, which I’ll soon post. In any event, I didn’t have time to post anything before I went to court this morning but will be putting up plenty of new stuff tonight and stuff to go up in my absence, while I’m gone. I am doing this case completely for free and on a shoe-string budget/one-woman operation. If you wish to contribute to my work defending Bryan Purcell, you can either use the yellow buttons on the left, or you can prevent the PayPal fees by going to PayPal and sending it directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org. No amount is too small. And I appreciate your donation in the spirit of Chanukah and Christmas.
Thanks for your continued support and readership. More to come. Stay tuned.
Tags: Christan Teacher, Christians, Deaborn, Dearborn Public Schools, Islam, trial