US Navy ordered to reinstate sailor following AOL flap

A federal judge yesterday ordered the US Navy to comply with his earlier ruling reinstating a sailor who successfully fought dismissal after an investigator suggested he was homosexual based on information from the sailor's America Online profile.According to the Associated Press, U.

A federal judge yesterday ordered the US Navy to comply with his earlier ruling reinstating a sailor who successfully fought dismissal after an investigator suggested he was homosexual based on information from the sailor's America Online profile.

According to the Associated Press, U.S. District Court Judge Stanley Sporkin, said the Navy should return Chief Petty Officer, Timothy R. McVeigh, to his former status as top enlisted man on a nuclear attack submarine rather than giving him clerical jobs. Sporkin set a June 1 hearing for the Navy to comply with the January ruling.

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