In the complaint, Lucien Greaves says Twitter’s actions were a “result of religious discrimination and unlawful retaliation.”

The temple is asking the commission to grant it a declaration that Twitter discriminated against it on the basis of religious creed then retaliated, attorneys fees, compensatory damages, punitive damages and — last, but not least — two blue verified checks for the organization’s Twitter accounts wronged in the saga.

The potentially damning indictment of the massive media monopoly goes to the heart of exactly how public a forum it is and what rights religious and other groups have to be treated equally.

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