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US State Dept Was Sued For Discrimination By Coulibaly Delay Sought But DDC Trial Dec 6

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DDC COURTHOUSE, June 5 –Tiemoko Coulibaly worked for the U.S. State Department as a French instructor, but says he run into discrimination on the basis of his race and national origin. He sued.  

On June 4 District for the District of Columbia Judge Rudolph Contreras held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

  The US Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia said it might like to belatedly do the trial in the action this year, but that a members of the trial team will be busy through November.

  Judge Contreras asked, Didn't he just make his notice of appearance this week?  Yes, he replied, but he's been working on the case.

  Judge Contreras put the case down for a trial to begin on December 6. Inner City Press will follow this case, like another discrimination case against the State Department's US Mission to the UN pending in the SDNY, which Inner City Press closely covers while banned from the UN.


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