Excerpt: His supervisor made disparaging comments against Hispanic people on multiple occasions
Jim Rasor, Booth’s attorney, said Goodloe allegedly made the comments against Hispanic workers at construction sites which both men were visiting.
According to the lawsuit, Goodloe said he did not like Hispanics because they caused him to lose money, he didn’t understand how they could work out of low-rider trucks and that he wished they could listen to American music while working.
Eventually, Booth spoke up, according to the lawsuit, saying that he found the comments offensive because he was Hispanic.
“Immediately his relationship with his supervisor changed,” Rasor said.
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