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U.S. Supreme Court sides with ex-N.J. cop who claims demotion was political payback

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April 27,2016

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Put up a campaign sign, win a bundle when they screw you.
Some Village employees are reportedly fearful of retribution and have therefore chosen not to put up lawn signs supporting a candidate, or candidates, in the upcoming municipal election.
Thankfully, the United States Supreme Court recently sided with a City of Paterson, NJ employee who did receive the short end of the stick for his involvement in a local Paterson election.
It’s a shame that a good number of Village employees are fearful of exercising their respective constitutional rights, but it’s good to know they can successfully bring personal lawsuits against any bastards who elicit political payback.

2 thoughts on “U.S. Supreme Court sides with ex-N.J. cop who claims demotion was political payback

  1. Just remember how desperate they were to keep former Mayor Keith Killion, Sr.’s son off of the police force, and how many times we have heard about Councilwoman Susan Knudsen’s sons being on the waiting list for future police & fire department positions. They are evil and will seek retribution if possible.

  2. Now all the cops, firemen, and village hall employees can put up signs for Hache Voigt and Walsh without fear of retribution.

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