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originally posted by: jburg6
I know if I cost my employer that much, I would be fired on the spot, no questions asked.
An no, he is not likely to win any lawsuit on this....
originally posted by: VirusGuard
So posting pictures in the USA that speak for themselves is now a crime...
originally posted by: tavi45
Remember everyone. No matter how much you serve or love your country if you step out of line even an inch you will be punished. Our country is no longer ours. We exist to serve the masters.
originally posted by: hogstooth
a reply to: NavyDoc
Privacy? They're gov't employees on the taxpayer's dime. If anything the American taxpayers deserve to know when their gov't is dropping 150k on hotel rooms.
As other posters have pointed out though, his firing is not illegal and he probably won't win any lawsuits.
originally posted by: UnBreakable
“You’re a terrorist and you have dishonorably served your country by posting the photos and video,” Bohnert told Paffrath, adding that if Paffrath re-posted the photos and video he will, “have the federal government knocking on your door and you will be incarcerated.”
Being fired for them losing a $150,000 contract is one thing, but isn't him being branded a terrorrist bit iof an overkill?