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Job Back

He was cleared of all charges. He was held without bail until his trial which is unheard of and makes me wonder why. It is my opinion that the judicial system has some explaining to do. Is everybody where he was arrested held without bail? If not, then what is the criteria, and is it applied equally. The complaining witness was caught in a lie, have they been arrested and held without bail?

Once again, he was cleared of all charges. He is already trained and by all accounts was a great employee. The City of Wilmington should not continue to align itself with the others that have conspired to violate this person’s civil rights. Terrible decisions should not be amplified by refusing to admit a mistake was made. The city should admit they were wrong and fix this situation by giving this person their job back.

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