Jury rules in her favour – awards $2 million settlement   TUPELO, Oct 26 (LSN) – A jury last week found a Mississippi hospital guilty of violating a Christian counsellor’s freedom of religion in favour of homosexual advocacy. The counsellor, Sandra Bruff, was fired from North Mississippi Medical Center for refusing to counsel clients to maintain extra-marital sexual relationships including homosexual relationships. Last week a jury awarded her a $2 million settlement at the expense of the hospital. The medical centre plans to appeal the decision.


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