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Lawyer says jury should punish company that allegedly discriminated
A lawyer for five women who claim Jetstream Ground Services discriminated against Muslims said the owner of the company told them he wouldn't consider hiring them if they wore head scarves.
David Norris, Jetstream's owner, made that statement when he interviewed the women, Iris Halpern told jurors during closing arguments Tuesday at U.S. District Court in Denver.
"Norris told them they would not be considered by Jetstream if they were wearing head scarves. They looked too Muslim for him."
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