Former SC worker at SRS sues, claiming discrimination

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AIKEN — A former South Carolina worker at the Savannah River Site has filed a federal lawsuit, claiming racial and religious discrimination by co-workers.

The Aiken Standard reported today that 41-year-old Al Zeiny sued his former employer in U.S. District Court in Aiken. The Egyptian native was lead structural engineer at Washington Safety Management Solutions.

The lawsuit states that co-workers said Zeiny was linked to terrorism and bomb-making after a conversation about him being a Muslim. Zeiny says he was fired after he filed a complaint.

Washington Safety Management Solutions is part of the engineering and construction company URS Corp. A spokeswoman said Friday that the company does not usually comment on legal or personnel matters.


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humbleopinion 10/30/09 - 06:35 pm
Imagine that....Somebody

Imagine that....Somebody thinking that a muslim might be a terrorist? Whodathunkit?

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