Penn. state trooper charges discrimination.
Sgt. Farzad Sharif's 66-page complaint, filed last Monday, said he was unfairly skipped over for promotion and retaliated against for providing testimony in another employment discrimination lawsuit filed by retired Cpl. Joe Farthing.
Farthing's pending lawsuit disclosed details of an internal affairs investigation by Sharif that delved into Asian sex trips by three now-retired Pennsylvania State Police lieutenants.
Sharif alleges he was mistreated after complaining a trooper botched an investigation into his mother's auto accident.
Sharif seeks damages and back pay. State police spokeswoman Maria Finn said the agency hasn't received a copy of the lawsuit and declined comment.
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|Title Annotation:||Diaspora: Around the globe|
|Publication:||Iran Times International (Washington, DC)|
|Date:||Feb 8, 2013|
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