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.”
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.”