Lawsuit alleges Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano favored women pals for jobs


 

Old innuendos resurface about the former Ariz. governor

By Bruce Golding

New York Post

(RLGR editor’s note: This article contains graphic descriptions)

Dora Schriro : Photo by Steven Hirsch

Dora Schriro / Photo by Steven Hirsch

A veteran US law-enforcement official has filed a blockbuster discrimination lawsuit against Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, charging she pushed him aside to make way for a less-qualified woman who’s “enjoyed a long-standing relationship” with the anti-terror chief.

The lawsuit, which was first reported yesterday by blogger Debbie Schlussel, identifies the woman as Dora Schriro, who was later appointed by Mayor Bloomberg as commissioner of the city Department of Correction, a post she still holds.

The court papers also allege that Suzanne Barr, Napolitano’s chief of staff at Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has engaged in “numerous” acts of “sexually offensive behavior” intended to “humiliate and intimidate male employees.

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