BREAKING: Judge Rules NYPD Cop Can’t be Fired for Not Having COVID-19 Shot

BREAKING: Judge Rules NYPD Cop Can’t be Fired for Not Having COVID-19 Shot


“An NYPD cop who sued over the city’s COVID vaccine mandate can’t be fired for not having the jab, according to a new “precedent-setting” ruling that could help more than 20 other police officers in their cases,” the New York Post reports.

A Manhattan judge said Officer Alexander Deletto, 43, should be allowed to keep his job.

The judge noted in a Tuesday ruling that the city gave the Brooklyn cop no explanation for why it rejected his religious exemption application.

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“This is the first such ruling in an NYPD officer’s case fighting their possible firing over the mandate, according to attorney James Mermigis, who is representing Deletto and has been dubbed “the anti-shutdown” lawyer for taking on a slew of pandemic-related litigation,” The Post

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