Saturday, April 1, 2017

Jury awards $136k to former Hale Co. official who claimed white employees were 'purged'

Via Billy

A former Hale County administrator, who claimed she was fired in 2013 during a "purge" of white employees, was awarded $136,600 by a federal jury this week on her breach of contract, wrongful termination, and due process claims.

Senior U.S. District Court Judge Callie V. S. Granade had previously dismissed former Hale County Administrator Tricia Galbreath's other claims, which included that she was fired based on racial and age discrimination.

In its verdict Monday the jury awarded Galbreath $8,000 to compensate her for any emotional pain and mental anguish she suffered and compensatory damages of $128,600.

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  1. This has happenned across progressive America.

    Also many never got jobs due to quotas, even when they scored highest on government entrance tests and also were more qualified for non government jobs.

    1. When I went into the civil servce you actually had to take test. How novel........

  2. This happened to two brothers who were doing some handyman
    work for me. They both worked for a construction company
    and did jobs all over the U.S. of A. One day the supervisor
    came to the job site and fired all the White employees and
    standing behind him were a bunch of Mexicans to replace
    them. Needless to say, the brothers were bitter. This
    construction company qualifies for deportation never to
    work in the U.S. of A. again.

    1. No, they didn't sue. The construction co. was
      probably protected by some newly passed law to suit
      just this kind of action. Its happened over and over.