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two important decisions coming out of the supreme court on monday the justice's ruling in favor of a muslim woman who says she was denied a job at trendy teen retailer abercrombie and fitch for wearing a headscarf to an interview , now the question before the justices was , did she need to tell them that she was going to need a special accommodation , and what the justices ruled by an eight to one vote is no she didn't need to ask for any special accommodation , all that was required for her the abercrombie and fitch to be liable with the fact that that was a motivating factor , her head scarf how she looked in turning her down for the job , abercrombie employees a strict dress code to cultivate a peppy east coast collegiate image and that iraq should have specifically asked for an exception , separately the justices also throughout the conviction of the pennsylvania man , who made threatening statements against estranged wife on facebook , the court ruled prosecutors have to prove anthony alanis intended the statements he posted on the social media site as threat