Had to share with you something that was in our local paper, The SunHerald, under "news of the weird".
"Raymond Jones filed a complaint after having angrily stalked off his job during the 1998 holiday season, never to return, at a Shoppers Drug Mart in Vancouver, BC, because his boss told him to set up artificial poinsettias in a seasonal display, which he took as a directive to support the abhorrent idea of Christmas(he is a Jehovah's Witness). Results: Mr. Jones won a $30,000 judgement from the provinces's human rights panel in January".
What do you think? Will this start a new trend among constantly poor JW's? Better yet, maybe all of those victims who have been abused by the "system of the society" should file a suit claiming their human rights have been violated, because they have!