I sincerely thought this was a joke article because of this drawing !!! Seriously why publish this drawing?? Makes the department look ridiculous!!
One of many, many incredulous comments posted on Lancaster Online under their story about the sketch of a thief posted here this morning.
Yes, it makes the department and LNP both look ridiculous! Absolutely ridiculous!
Sure hope House of Pizza defends and countersues for frivolous litigation. The stated reaction of the clerk makes clear there was no malicious intent or racial motivation. I’ll have to look up what lawyer would file such a waste of the Court’s time.
This comment into this site today about the lawsuit against the House of Pizza.
I know nothing about this suit except what was posted. I would note the last sentence in the suit below says this:
The above are just some examples, of some of the discrimination and retaliation to which Defendant subjected Plaintiff.
Philip Benson is represented by Chloe E. Gartside of the Philadelphia law firm of Derek Smith Law Group, PLLC. She was not in the office when I called this afternoon and the woman who answered said their office is closed tomorrow for the Eagles Parade. As soon as there are any developments in the case I will let you know.
HOUSE OF PIZZA SUED
* The below lawsuit was filed in Federal Court on January 12, 2018 against the House of Pizza Restaurant located at 21-23 West Chestnut Street in Lancaster. The suit states that Philip Benson filed a complaint with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission in June of 2016 and this suit is being filed more than one year later. The receipt is not attached to the suit. The beginning of the suit is below and below that are the “Material Facts” from the suit.