A nine-member federal jury thought even more of a discrimination case against the N.J.-based Pathmark Food Store chain than federal law allows.

Fifty-seven year old former Pathmark meat-cutter Joseph Mondzelewski of New Castle proved to a jury’s satisfaction in a two-week civil trial that Pathmark had discriminated against him once he returned to work from a back injuries.

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