AL'JIHAD : MESSENGERS (Angels & Devil) IN THE SKY (Captured Picture) AL'JIHAD Seventh Edition - Coker College copy - Page 411

L’Oreal most of the times acted out of bad faith and with intent to 55. Plaintiff: discriminate against Plaintiff. Defendant Third Defense Not Justified 56. Defendant: Plaintiffs claims, or portions of Plaintiffs claims, are barred by the applicable statute of limitations. 57. Plaintiff: Plaintiff’s claims, or portions of Plaintiff’s claims, are not barred by the applicable statute of limitations. “…There is no statute of limitations for murder. The statute of limitations generally starts to run when every element of the crime has occurred, regardless of when the crime was discovered…” Plaintiff Imam Mahdi began to present charges with EEOC on 07-08-02 and/or 10-27-20 to 11-10-04, and then on 04-07-05 with the Cuyahoga County Clerk Of Courts. The Plaintiff Claims/Counts against the Defendant have been multiple Counts, Multiple-evidence, and multiple offenses by the Defendant. The statute of limitation started January 14, 2005 after every element of the crime had occurred. Defendant Fourth Defense Not Justified 58. Defendant: L'Oreal's actions toward Plaintiff were due to legitimate, non- discriminatory business justifications. 59. Plaintiff: L’Oreal’s actions toward Plaintiff were due to illegitimate, discriminatory business unjustifiable. Defendant Fifth Defense Not Justified 60. Defendant: Plaintiff was an at-will employee and could be discharged at any time, with or without cause. “AL’JIHAD”– by, Imam Mahdi . © ® ™ : Of 842 Pages Is 411