MEL GIBSON MAY BE CALLED AS WITNESS IN DEPUTY TRIAL
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Mel Gibson may be called as a witness in the trial aimed at determining if a deputy was discriminated against after arresting Gibson for drunken driving. Deputy James Mee says he was discriminated against because he's Jewish. He says his superiors forced him to cut out Gibson's anti-Semitic remarks from his report. He also says he was ostracized and lost opportunities for promotion.