- This former Ferguson official compared her racist emails being made public to “being raped”micdotcom:
Meet former Ferguson court clerk Mary Ann Twitty. She was fired in the fallout of racist emails unearthed in the damning Department of Justice report released in March. Twitty said she received death threats after her emails were made public, and said she was an unlikely scapegoat for something other government officials also did.
“It took me a while to get over the feeling of being raped and being thrown under the bus,” Twitty told KMOV. “I’m human, I meant nothing bad by it.”In case anyone needs a reminder, here’s a sample of the types of emails Twitty got a kick out of circulating to other law enforcement officials:
Her unfortunate “rape” analogy show that she’s learned nothing.