Dallas Officers’ Suit Charges Antiwhite Bias

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Seven Dallas police officers sued the city yesterday, saying they were denied promotions and discriminated against in the disciplinary process because they were white or did not speak Spanish, says the Dallas Morning News. Some officers say they were passed over for minority candidates who had less experience, were on probation, or hadn't applied for an open position. The lawsuit seeks at least $1 million in damages for each officer. "We just believe that there has been a widespread use of race as the determining factor on promotions and transfers," said Rhonda Cates, the officers' attorney. In internal . . .

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