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Christian awarded $90,000 after being unlawfully fired for evangelizing

July 22, 2014

An Irish man was recently awarded with €70,000, or about $94,290, for being unlawfully terminated from the now defunct South Tipperary County Council for repeatedly evangelizing during work hours. John McAteer, a born-again Christian, had been warned to stop telling others about the Lord for nearly two years before he was dismissed.


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