Corrections Union to Protest County’s ‘Anti-White’ Affirmative-Action Official

Josh Saul, New York Post, December 15, 2014

Long Island correction officers will mass outside the Nassau County Jail on Monday morning to protest anti-white Facebook posts made by the county’s $80,000-a-year affirmative-action specialist, The Post has learned.

The Nassau County correction officers union has already filed a federal EEOC complaint against Andreaus Guilty, who works for the county sheriff, over social-network posts with titles such as, “Racist NYPD CRACKERS,” “Police are protected by a system of white supremacy” and “Dis not your country pale face.”

The correction officers union says hundreds of their members will mass outside the jail to call for the firing of Guilty, who posted ugly statements specifically about their members such as, “Stop telling me about the stress officers go thru,” and saying they shouldn’t take the job if they’re “scared.”


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