Washington (AP) New evidence filed in a case alleging racial discrimination in the Secret Service suggests plaintiff Reginald Moore has sent offensive e-mails of his own.
The court documents include e-mails containing a joke about a black woman hitting her daughter and a picture of a wedding reception at a white castle hamburger restaurant.
The secret service is declining to talk about the recent filings.
it's the latest twist in an eight-year-old racial discrimination case against the Secret Service. A group of black employees says the agency has passed over black agents for promotion. They say white colleagues and supervisors regularly use a racial epithet to
Refer to criminal suspects and black leaders of other countries. the lawsuit claims the secret service has always had a discriminatory culture, a claim the agency has consistently denied.
Last month an employee found a noose in one of the secret service's training centers.
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