MCAD case against the city Section 98: Discrimination in admission to, or treatment in, place of public accommodation; punishment; forfeiture; civil right -
DIANE MCLEOD, FORMER DIVERSITY DIRECTOR, PERSONALLY TOLD ME THAT IF THEY CALL A PERSON MENTALLY DISABLED, THAT PERSON CAN FILE AGAINST THEM ON THAT CHARGE.
THERE ARE TWO DOCUMENTS, NOT ONE, BUT TWO IN THE EVIDENCE PACKET THUS FAR.
AS WELL AS CHIEF SACCO CALLING BOB MAIOCCO 'INAPPROPRIATE' FOR THE METAL PIPE COMMENT WHICH IS ON TAPE.
KEEP IN MIND, THE FEDERAL CASE IS SEPARATE FROM THE FILINGS WITH THE MCAD AND THE ADDITIONAL FILING WITH THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
, deafness, blindness or any physical or mental disability or ancestry relative to the admission of any person to, or his treatment in any place of public accommodation, resort or amusement, as defined in section ninety-two A, or whoever aids or incites such distinction, discrimination or restriction, shall be punished by a fine of not more than twenty-five hundred dollars or by imprisonment for not more than one year, or both, and shall be liable to any person aggrieved thereby for such damages as are enumerated in section five of chapter one hundred and fifty-one B;