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Plaintiff Fired for Coworker Threats (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses a race discrimination complaint filed by plaintiff electrical utilities worker, who was fired by defendant school board after he threatened co-workers he suspected of placing screws near his truck to cause a flat tire, despite plaintiff’s claim that his comments were taken out of context. Plaintiff alleges he was terminated ...

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