Providence nightclub files suit alleging racial persecution by city officials

PROVIDENCE – The owners and managers of the adult entertainment club Silhouettes on Thursday filed a $10 million federal lawsuit in R.I. District Court against the city, the police department and the Providence Board of Licenses, alleging a targeted campaign of racial discrimination and constitutional violations. The plaintiffs, listed in the complaint as Lola’s Rendezvous…

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1 COMMENT

  1. I hope they win a FORTUNE!! NO DOUBT the PD cops did this, they are a department run wild with goons, bullies and tyrants that enjoys harassing minorities.
    I’m a gay man and I can say without ANY hesitation that the PD police have done FAR MORE injustices to the LGBT community than they’ve done to protect it.

    Truth: There is no situation that the arrival of the PD police can’t make worse.