College employee accused of being Proud Boy, no fault found
Added 01-12-21 09:03:02am EST - “North Carolina State University said its investigation into an employee accused of being a member of the Proud Boys and publishing personal information about left-wing activists "did not substantiate any significant allegations."” - Washingtontimes.com
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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina State University said its investigation into an employee accused of being a member of the Proud Boys and publishing personal information about left-wing activists “did not substantiate any significant allegations.”
University spokesperson Mick Kulikowski said in a Monday statement that school officials acknowledge the findings into Chadwick Jason Seagraves’ activities “will not satisfy everyone” but stressed the school “stands in strong opposition to intolerance and hate, and remains dedicated to doing all we can to advance the university’s core values of diversity, inclusion and equity for all.”
“We understand that the accusations and related discussion have caused hurt and evoked a variety of emotions on and off campus,” Kulikowski said.
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More than 2,000 people had signed a petition calling on the university to fire Seagraves, who is a desktop support team manager at the school. The probe was launched in November after the allegations were posted on Twitter and reported by Raw Story. He told the News & Observer at the time that he was not a member of the Proud Boys and to paint him “as a racist and fascist is heinous slander.”
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