Law Firm Boss Sued Over Dispute in Firing Pro-Trump EmployeesEpoch Times, United States politics | The Epoch Times

Three Minnesota attorneys have sued their boss, alleging that he wrongfully fired employees because they posted pro-Trump or pro-police content on social media. William Kain, Margaret Henehan, and Kelsey Quarberg, all partners of the St. Cloud-based law firm Kain and Scott, are suing Wesley Scott, the law firm’s president and managing partner, for alleged wrongful termination, StarTribune reported on Wednesday. According to the lawsuit, Scott was upset by the Capitol breach on Jan. 6 and sent an email in April to all the lawyers in the firm saying the “traitors on Jan. 6” should have been shot. He then allegedly asked an operations manager to fire two “racist” employees because they had posted pro-Trump and pro-police content on social media, the lawsuit claims. The manager refused to do so. Scott then allegedly fired the manager and an employee, threatening to fire another. The three partners told Scott that it’s illegal …Read More

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