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NY court officer Terri Pinto Napolitano suspended after posting vile meme depicting Former President Obama lynching and Hillary Clinton sent to the Gallows

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Brooklyn court officer suspended after posting meme depicting Obama lynching
Sgt. Terri Pinto Napolitano posted the vile meme to her Facebook over the weekend, showing former president Barack Obama swinging from a noose
“We will not yield,” the meme reads  “Your day is coming TRAITOR”
Other screen grabs of her Facebook postings show a meme of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton being led to the gallows
The text that goes with the image says, “IT’S NOT OVER TILL THE FAT LADY SWINGS”
She was suspended for 30 days without pay, her gun taken
Furthermore, an investigation was opened by NY court system’s IG to determine if more disciplinary action will be taken
“We do “not condone the conduct of Sgt. Napolitano and her racist Facebook post” said the NY state court officers union which has disavowed her actions

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In another meme posted alongside, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is led to the gallows. The text that goes with the image says, “IT’S NOT OVER TILL THE FAT LADY SWINGS.”
The posting also includes two hashtags: “#Obamagate” and “#treason.”
Napolitano was suspended for 30 days without pay, had her gun taken, and an investigation was opened by the state court system’s inspector general to determine if more disciplinary action will be taken, an Office of Court Administration spokesman told The News.
“It has come to our attention that a Unified Court System employee recently posted on Facebook a vile, racist photo,” wrote OCA Chief Judge Janet DiFiore in a letter to staff Saturday.
“This conduct is abhorrent, by anyone, at any time, and under any circumstances. But at this critical moment in our history — when our nation is reeling from the death of George Floyd and its aftermath — it is a sickening and unpardonable offense against every colleague in our court system.”
Court officers also responded directly on Napolitano’s post.
“A Black man hanging on a noose is never appropriate but especially not in times like the ones we are living in today,” wrote one court officer responding to Napolitano’s post.
The court officers union did not lend Napolitano support, saying in a post that it does “not condone the conduct of Sgt. Napolitano and her racist Facebook posts,” along with the hashtags, #blacklivesmatter and #nyscourts.

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