In another case of the irrational anti-gunners going after law abiding gun owners, an employee of a landscaping company was fired after 21 years of working with the company.
Nino Ferlaino was a landscaper with Lakes of the Four Seasons, in Crown Point, Indiana for over two decades. In a recent lawsuit, Ferlaino contends that he was fired from his job after admitting to co-workers that he owned a gun and supported the 2nd amendment.
According to nwitimes.com,
Nino Ferlaino, who worked as a seasonal landscaping employee at LOFS for 21 years, says in a lawsuit filed Monday in Lake Circuit Court that he was confronted by a supervisor two days after he told co-workers he is a gun owner.
The supervisor, Doug Weiss, on July 2 asked Ferlaino if it was true he carried a gun, the lawsuit says. Ferlaino claims he replied he owned a gun but did not carry it on him at work.
Weiss told Ferlaino that Weiss had met with the property owners association’s board of directors July 1 and that Ferlaino’s conversation with his co-workers violated the company’s “no tolerance policy,” the lawsuit says. Ferlaino says he was fired July 2.
No where in this story does Ferlaino say he actually brought the gun to work or even made any threats. He simply stated that he owned a gun and apparently that was ground for his dismissal.
How in the world this falls under the company’s “no tolerance policy” is beyond me, but it sounds more like another case of ignorant anti-gunners targeting someone simply because they don’t agree with him.
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