Friday, August 10, 2012

when does a bag of chicken become harassment?

A Dallas cop has been transferred from his patrol duties after two openly-gay officers were offended by his 

comments on Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day
The female officers say Johnson, a 12-year-veteran of the force, set the Chick-fil-A bag directly in front of them and made pointed remarks about where he chose to go for lunch.
Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson is under investigation for if he brought a Chick-fil-A bag to work to make a statement
The two officers, who have not been identified, alerted their supervisors that they felt Johnson was trying to send them a message.

Later that same day at a meeting, the two officers said Johnson stared directly at them when he read an announcement about police coverage for the 'Kiss Mor Chiks' protests planned by gay marriage advocates, that was held August 3.
The officers said they were offended by his attention toward them and left the meeting early.
The matter is being looked into by internal affairs and Johnson was temporarily transferred, from his evening patrol shift to the midnight shift at the county jail, while the investigation is under way.
He should have gone to Kentucky fried!

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