Lawyers for Derek Fenton listed many New Jersey state management level personnel as potential witnesses in a case about the burning of some pages of the Quran at a 9-11 Commemorative demonstration. Fenton lost his job at the NJ Transit system.
ACLU Executive Director, Deborah Jacobs was surprised to see Christie´s name listed, but says the ACLU supports Fenton´s Free Speech right to burn the Quran as a statement in support of September 11 victims.
Fenton was fired for violating the Transit Authority´s Code of Ethics. He is suing the agency to get his job back.