Sunday, November 05, 2017
FBI had fired an agent over taking fertility medication
Taking lawfully prescribed drugs can get you in trouble if you have some kinds of jobs, even something to address sterility so that one can have a child within a traditional marriage.
That’s the history of hostage rescue agent Matthew Litton, according to a story Oct. 28 by Adam Goldman in the New York Times.
An administrative law judge ruled that Litton had been wrongfully discharged when he didn’t disclose the medication. The judge ruled that the government was effectively discriminating because of a disability not related to work.
But the details of the story of Litton’s career in the story are quite remarkable.