PJI defends Christian school over fired voodoo follower

Monday, August 26, 2019
Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

gavel with Lady of JusticeA voodoo priest is suing a Christian school for discrimination after he was fired.

"We've had some really interesting cases,” observes Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute, “but we haven’t had a case exactly like this before.”

Dacus and PJI are representing Eucon International University, located on the island of Saipan in the U.S. territory of the North Mariana Islands.

The lawsuit was filed by now-fired employee Zaji Zajradhara.

According to Dacus, the school hired Zajradhara out of fear of a lawsuit, even after he refused to sign a statement of faith, because he had threatened to file a labor complaint if he was not hired for a job in the business office.   

"After a week it had become very clear that it wasn't just him not agreeing with the statement of faith,” Dacus says. “He was involved in witchcraft, and they explained to him very clearly that witchcraft and Christianity just don't go together so they let him go."


Through an attorney, Zajradhara demanded the equivalent of seven years’ wages after less than a week on the job. When the school refused, Zajradhara then filed an EEOC lawsuit against the Christian school in July.

Dacus tells OneNewsNow that PJI has now responded to the lawsuit.  

"It's very disturbing," says Dacus. "He has a proven track record of filing discrimination lawsuits and other kinds of lawsuits, so that is his kind of reputation among the islands.”

The school will fight the lawsuit, Dacus says, because it’s past time for Zajradhara to answer for his threats of lawsuits and demands for huge cash settlements.



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