Port City Air faces federal suit




PORTSMOUTH — Port City Air has been named a defendant in a 20-count federal lawsuit alleging that former employee George Wilson was subjected to racial discrimination, including being called derogatory racial names by co-workers. When he complained, Wilson alleges in his lawsuit, he was demoted. A week after he filed a state complaint alleging discrimination, he was fired, according to the suit Wilson filed through Dover attorney Matthew Broadhea
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