Millersville Officer Fired Over Social Media Posts

Millersville Officer Fired Over Social Media Posts

MILLERSVILLE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn Information) – A Millersville Officer has been terminated following allegations he made false and defamatory postings on social media.

In a letter (copied beneath) obtained by Smokey Barn Information, Millersville Metropolis supervisor Holly Murphy addresses the terminated officer. Stating that the Metropolis had; “decided that (he was) the individual liable for false and defamatory postings on social media wherein he inspired members of the general public to attend a protest in Millersville on September 17, 2020,” the letter said.

The letter, dated September 14, went on to say, “These posts on Fb have been shared a number of instances, and there’s no manner we will know at this level whether or not a big crowd will, in truth, present up at Metropolis Corridor this coming Thursday night.

“Because of your actions, town has been compelled to incur bills and commit sources to arrange for a doubtlessly massive and unruly mob of indignant protesters. Your contact has put the lives and property of our residents in jeopardy,” the letter mentioned.

Citizens gather at Millersville City Hall for planned demonstration. CLICK TO PLAY VIDEO
Residents collect at Millersville Metropolis Corridor. CLICK TO PLAY VIDEO

A medium-sized crowd (about 100 complete) did in truth present up at Millersville Metropolis Corridor Thursday evening. The gang included demonstrators and counter-demonstrators. Smokey Barn Information broadcast the whole demonstration stay, all three hours of it. Millersville Mayor Tim Lassiter spoke to Smokey Barn Information on digicam earlier than the occasion. The mayor made it clear that town hoped for a peaceable protest however the metropolis was ready for the worst.

About midway by the night, demonstrators moved onto the roadway in entrance of Millersville Metropolis corridor as they verbally engaged counter-demonstrators. That’s when town made the choice to shut Louisville Hwy for the protection of the demonstrators.

The evening was largely peaceable. There was some yelling, some anger, and a few peaceable dialogue as the 2 sides divided up into a number of teams. Not less than 6 small teams developed as the 2 sides offered their case. Smokey Barn Information captured an excellent portion of their conversations. You possibly can watch a recording of the stay feed right here.

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