According to her lawsuit filed in Manhattan, one of her Jewish colleague and a Catholic co-worker asked her about Christian belief on Easter ahead of Easter in April 2014. Rightnour, a practicing Catholic explained the ‘Crucifixion story’ at the request of her co-workers.
Rightnour claimed in the lawsuit that the Jewish co-worker did not express discomfort and said that she didn’t learn any of this in Hebrew school during the conversation.
In August 2014, a human resources manager informed Rightnour that a colleague complained that she said that the Jewish people killed Jesus in the April 2014 conversation.
Rightnour’s lawyers argue that her religion was known to her colleagues and what she explained is indeed a standard Catholic belief. They said Rightnour was put on a one-year probation period, given a mediocre performance review, skipped over for a promotion and eventually fired in August 2015 after she filed a complaint with the United States Equal Opportunity Employment Commission.
“What you have here is an employer engaging in a systematic, yet brutally transparent, scheme to punish an accomplished management-level employee for raising a good faith complaint – that she was treated disparately because of her religion,” said Alexander Coleman, one of Rightnour’s lawyers and a member of the Jewish law firm Borelli and Associates.
I suggest, Tiffany’s Jewish lawyers should submit ex-pope Benedict XVI book, Jesus of Nazareth-Part II in which the Zionist pope claimed that Jews were not responsible for the death of Christ by quoting Holy Qur’an.
Last year, Michael McClure, the only Black group director among 200 at Tiffany, sued the jeweler over a “systemic, nationwide pattern and practice of racial discrimination.”
In December 2013, Tiffany vice-president Ingrid Lederhass-Okun was sentenced by a Manhattan judge for stealing $2 million worth jewelry from the store.
Tiffany & Co. was founded in September 1837 by a Jewish businessman Charles Lewis Tiffany. The retailing empower is worth $8 billion and employees over 10,000 around the world.
Last year it was revealed that Tiffany & Co. funds Israel’s Givati Brigade which had been carrying out war crimes against Muslim and Christian native Palestinians.
The Zionist entity has no diamond mines but it is a leading trading/polishing center with export worth $19.4 billion. The value of Israel’s net diamond exports is almost ten times that of Angola’s gross diamond exports and multiples of that for Zimbabwe and Central African Republic (CAR) where revenue from diamonds also funds bloodshed and violence. Blood diamonds from Israel account for approximately 30% of the global market share in value terms.