Veteran Claims Anti-War Landlord Discriminated Against Him In Refusing Him An ApartmentBy Mary Beth Quirk
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Good for her. Unfortunately, any innocents this man killed don't get to file any sort of lawsuit against him for violating their rights. - ChrisA 29-year-old Massachusetts veteran who served multiple tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan says it's that very service that kept him from renting an apartment. He's now suing the landlord, claiming she discriminated against him because of his military experience when she turned him down.