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Underwear leads to unemployment…… Shannon Dildine, a S.C. officer in Charleston, decided to stick himself up against his rebellious flag fighter. He was laid off Catherine rodriguez29 OCT 2017north Charleston, ring.
A South Carolina police officer, who was sacked for wearing federal flag suit underwear, will receive $55000 as part of a settlement with North Charleston, a city prosecutor announced on Friday.
After the South Carolina insurance reserve fund, Dildine filed an illegal dismissal for the police department in North Charleston, giving the former sergeant Shannon dildine money, postal and courier reports.
Dildine posted his own photos and suit underwear, and five days later, the mass archer dylann roof opened fire at the black church in Charleston.
Dildine deleted the photos that the police supervisor noticed after this day, but the police chief decided to terminate his employment:
The sacked North Charleston official said he didn’t know that the roof was going to use the Confederate flag to promote racism. “The southern flag is not a symbol of hatred,” according to the lawsuit. Instead, he sees it as a symbol of opposition to a larger or intrusive government.
Dildine, a white man, accused North Charleston of discriminating against him because of his race, claiming that police had sent pictures of black life protesters to black officials.
Despite the settlement, the North Charleston police office did not use Dildine.