The reverse discrimination suit filed by fired State PoliceSuperintendent Carl Williams has high hurdles to clear, but it islikely to be a major headache for the Whitman administrationnonetheless.

If the suit is not tossed and if depositions are taken, Gov.Christine Todd Whitman and her top brass may squirm in explainingthe reasons behind the obviously political decision to dump thestate police boss.

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