The Pennsylvania State Police sex-tourism scandal gripping Harrisburg just got even more complicated. Yet another trooper is suing the state, claiming he was passed over for a promotion after testifying in connection with the original lawsuit that blew the whistle on police officials who allegedly traveled to Asia to engage in sex.
All were assigned to the state police detail in charge of guarding then-Gov. Ed Rendell.
The most recent trooper-turned-litigant claims the state discriminated against him because of his Iranian origins and because he complained about another trooper’s investigation into a car accident involving a relative.
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