Justice Done


Justice Done

Bradley Mattes   |   February 16, 2022

Earlier I told you about Matt Schrenger, a Louisville, Kentucky police officer who was punished.  His offense was while off duty silently kneeling in prayer with his father in front of a closed abortion center.  Matt was suspended for four months, stripped of his police powers, and placed under investigation.  Compare this with his fellow officers who protested while on duty, advocating for gay rights and Black Lives Matter, but faced no discipline.  Matt sued the City of Louisville and the Metro Police Department for violating his First Amendment rights.  Matt’s superiors knew they were guilty of content-based discrimination.  That’s why, said his attorney, they quickly accepted their offer of $75,000 to settle the issue.  Matt stood up for his rights and won.  Praise God for this victory.

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