A school safety officer who sued the city for making her wear what she called a demonic ID card will find out this month if she is going from holy roller to high roller.
Velma Craig, 48, sued the city and the NYPD for religious discrimination after she was booted from her job at PS 235 in Crown Heights for refusing to wear the ID, because she believed the card's fingerprints and computer chips were "the marks of the beast."
Acting as her own lawyer in the $7.7 million lawsuit, Craig -- a nondenominational Christian -- won the case in 2007 when a federal judge in Brooklyn ruled that the city did not properly respond.
The judge had asked the city to explain how it would be burdened by making an exception to its ID-card rules to accommodate her.
The city, according to the judge, did not answer the question.
The city has promised to appeal the judge's decision, but only after a jury awards damages.