Friday, December 19, 2008
Judicial Terrorism 101: NASCAR Caves In, Settles $225 Million Lawsuit With Negro Extortionist Mauricia Grant For Undisclosed Terms
NASCAR has settled a $225 million lawsuit filed by a former official who said she was subjected to racial discrimination and sexual harassment during her two-plus years working for the stock-car organization. The suit was settled during a December 3rd mediation held in New York between Mauricia Grant and NASCAR. Settlement terms were confidential. Neither side admitted liability or wrongdoing, according to NASCAR. Media stories published by Yahoo News and the Hampton Roads Virginian-Pilot. Discussion posted on Stormfront.
"We're glad to have the case settled on mutually acceptable terms," NASCAR spokesman Ramsey Poston said Thursday. "NASCAR remains dedicated to maintaining a professional work environment for all employees at all times, and we wish Ms. Grant well in her future endeavors".
Grant, who is black, worked as a technical inspector responsible for certifying cars in NASCAR's second-tier Nationwide Series from January 2005 until her October 2007 termination. In the lawsuit filed in June 2008 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Grant alleged 23 specific incidents of alleged sexual harassment and 34 specific incidents of alleged racial and gender discrimination during her employment. For more background, see previous posts from June 13th, 2008 and August 9th, 2008.
Angry White Dude's as pissed off about this as I am. He thinks political correctness will be the end of NASCAR. He observes that NASCAR has already changed for the worse, particularly with the advent of "team" racing, where the drivers merely look to score enough "points" rather than win races.
The only sin NASCAR committed here was the sin of cowardice. How is it that you give someone money, but take no responsibility? If they don't consider themselves responsible, then they shouldn't have settled with her. They're rich - they could have rode it out and busted her out.
Blacks bitched and sued their way into NASCAR, and when you expect them to pull their weight, they bitch and sue some more. Mauricia Grant isn't an extortionist in the formal sense of the word, but she's an extortionist in spirit.