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The Complaint Justine Jones Filed in Richland County for #fmla, #ada, #equalpay, #retaliation, #lillyledbetterfairpay, #race, and #sex.

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“We don’t need to ... let everybody walk out because this woman has a hard time managing, and that I know for a fact,” McGowan said. She said she could not say how Jones was a poor town manager. Longtime resident Cynthia Kirby said the entire issue is racial. Jones is a Black woman, and the police officers who resigned are white men. “They don’t want to be led by anybody Black; that’s Kenly. They’re always harassing Black people. It’s racial,” Kirby said. “I hope this doesn’t end in her quitting because that’s not right. You can’t judge anybody because they make you do your job.”

McGowan was hoping the Town Council would agree to side with the officers and remove Jones. “They’ve been here over 20 years. This woman comes in and I have a lot to say, but I can’t,” McGowan said. “She sued Virginia, she sued South Carolina and I wouldn’t doubt it if she sues us.”

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