Intelligent Design Employee Fired from NASA JPL
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First, Supervisors at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory illegally harassed, demoted and humiliated a computer specialist and high-level system administrator for his beliefs about intelligent design, according to a lawsuit filed in California Superior Court. Now, they've dumped a lot of fuel on the fire of Coppedge's discrimination lawsuit by firing him. http://www.discovery.org/a/14511
David Coppedge was an information technology specialist and system administrator on JPL's international Cassini mission to Saturn, the most ambitious interplanetary exploration ever launched. A division of California Institute of Technology, JPL operates under a contract with the federal space agency. Coppedge held the title of "Team Lead" System Administrator on the mission until his supervisors demoted and humiliated him for advancing ideas that superiors labeled "unwelcome" and "disruptive." Ultimately they fired him.
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