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A Native American NBC studio technician was tormented about his ethnicity by cruel colleagues, who strung up an Indian doll on a noose and called it his "long-lost daughter," he claims in a lawsuit.
The worst indignity came when one co-worker pelted him with the doll and barked, "Here's your long-lost daughter!" the papers say.
"Look, it's got your DNA, skin color and you both have the same hair. It's braided just like yours,"
Originally posted by dl2one
Reply to post by kro32
Had a hunch it wouldn't be long til someone downplayed and otherwise tried to make this a case of "playing the race card". Humans period, are capable of heinous acts and altruistic acts.
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