Friday, August 28, 2015

WDBJ General Manager Jeffrey Marks Narrative of Murderer Vester Flanagan Discrimination Complaints Should be Investigated

RIP Alison Parker and Adam Ward--- Bryce Williams shooting and murdering people was unacceptable and wrong even if he was a victim like me of employment discrimination and retaliation.


I believe that former LA cop Christopher Dorner’s and Bryce Williams deadly ordeals are tragic. I also believe that they gives  this nation a reason and an opportunity to review and discuss my personal employment discrimination and retaliation case.

We will never know if Flanagan and Dorner were real victims but based on my racism experience. I believe that they were victims like me. Unlike me who exhausted all avenues of legal redress, they decided to murder people after the system failed to address, correct, and/or give them justice.

There are many victims in the race related murder story at WDBJ. One of those victims is Vester Flanagan. This nation should want the true about Bryce Williams (Flanagan) allegations of employment discrimination and actions taken to address them. We need to know the truth so tha we can use that knowledge to prevent more victims from losing their jobs and lives.

In my opinion WDBJ Manager Jeffrey Marks narrative isn't backed up with evidence and it should be. Three people lost their lives and all of the circumstances that led to this unspeakable horror should be investigated by parties not connected with the station or any of the victims.

This post isn't about blaming Alison or Adam for their deaths but about fixing a system that is broken. Victims of employment discrimination and retaliation must believe that their complaints of violations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is an effective method to seek redress. They must not feel hopeless and use violence to kill others and/or themselves.

Vera Richardson
Author of Screwed by Former Governor and Attorney General Eliot Spitzer

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