Officer Settles Suit with Albemarle

Albemarle County police officer Karl Mansoor has settled his lawsuit against Albemarle County, which alleged that his freedom of speech was violated. Mansoor filed the suit in 2000, claiming that Police Chief John Miller, then-Captain Doug Rhoads and deputy County Attorney Mark Trank violated his right to free speech by demanding that Mansoor refrain from criticizing the county in order to retain his job as a police officer. Mansoor, who had sought $633,000 in damages, has settled for an undisclosed sum. Mansoor claims that the county contines to bar him from speaking freely, and has filed another lawsuit for $250,000. Claudia Pinto has the story in today’s Progress.

1 Response to “Officer Settles Suit with Albemarle”


  • The article says:

    Mansoor “began being disciplined or warned of discipline for things which were not ………..

    I suppose Deborah or a clerk wrote that but

    Ye Gods, what syntax!!!

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