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NEW YORK — A clerk for the ASPCA records department took a photo of a noose in the garage of their offices.

The worker, Sanoy Fleming, complained to her superiors when she was told the rope was there for “operational purposes.”

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The New York Daily News reports:

“The person who put up that noose should be terminated to send a message that it will not be tolerated,” Sanders said.

ASPCA spokeswoman Elizabeth Estroff said in a statement: “The ASPCA takes employee complaints very seriously and has a very strict policy against any form of workplace retaliation.”

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