INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indiana state police have fired a trooper after a second complaint was received about sharing his faith with those he encounters during traffic stops.
As previously reported, the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit against trooper Brian Hamilton in 2014 after complainant Ellen Bogdan alleged that he violated her constitutional rights by asking her about her religious beliefs after he pulled her over for an alleged traffic violation.
According to reports, the incident occurred in August 2014 in Union County, Indiana. Hamilton gave Bogdan a warning about making an illegal pass—and then asked her if she went to church anywhere. He also reportedly asked her if she had accepted Jesus as her Lord and savior.
Written by Heather Clark
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