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04/15/2013

Canadian Human Rights Commission deals setback to NOM spokesman

by Jeremy Hooper

For the past two years, folks who still work for his former employer have told me that Damian Goddard was fired from his job as a Canadian sportscaster for various, well-documented reasons that go beyond his public stance against marriage equality. Judging by this tweet that the National Org. For Marriage spokesman just sent out (Goddard works for NOM's "Marriage Anti-Defamation Alliance"), the Canadian Human Rights Commission agreed with the employer:

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(h/t: Joe.My.God.)

Not really sure what this supposed next step looks like. Although judging by the performance art–like nature of NOM's ongoing self-victimization routines, "stage" would certainly seem to be the right term.

**I've yet to see the ruling. I'll post it if I find it.

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