Why didn't Terry Oxford ever report that the Chief of police responded to a scene with alcohol on his breath back in 2004? Assuming the incident happened, which seems questionable, why didn't she go through the proper chain of command to report the matter and have it investigated properly? If Chief Layne felt threatened by her "knowledge" of said incident, why would he wait four years to fire her? If he was so concerned, if what she said was true, wouldn't Chief Layne have found a more appropriate way to terminate Terry Oxford, rather than "because she was a woman"? Before Chief Layne became the Chief, he worked for 24 years in the Lynchburg Police Department, with more than one female on the force. During that time, he never had one single issue with any female employees. What suddenly changed? What changed was that Terry Oxford is an incompetent, underhanded, sneaky employee who is giving women everywhere a bad name by claiming to be fired because she is a woman.
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