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In one case Hammer lashed out at an employee who filed a harassment complaint.
His face turned red, and he tore up the complaint in front of the employee.
An arbitrator has reversed the firing a year ago of Stillwater prison’s warden for sending sexually graphic e-mails from his official account and other troubling behavior, but the state Department of Corrections said Thursday that it is weighing its options for how to respond.
To add insult to injury, Dolan is trying to sell Cablevision to the Dutch-owned Altice, which the union maintains not only has a bad labor record but also a reputation for not paying contractors.
The CWA filed a formal objection to the deal two weeks ago with the Federal Communications Commission, alleging the .7 billion deal is not in the public interest.
Victor Wanchena, associate warden at Stillwater, said late Thursday morning that Miles’ status of warden has not yet changed.
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