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Mary Ann Twitty, The former Ferguson City Court Clerk who sent racist emails to co-workers spoke to KMOV about the incident that got her fired. Twitty was fired and two police officers, Capt. Rick Henke and Sgt. William Mudd resigned in early March after a U.S. Department investigation into the Ferguson’s law enforcement practices.

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Twitty said she was simply doing what others in Ferguson’s government were doing and believes she was “thrown under the bus.”


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