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Ousted employee Shirley Sherrod files suit against Andrew Breitbart
By: Bill O'ReillyFebruary 14, 2011
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Bloomberg Businessweek: Former Agriculture Department employee Shirley Sherrod has sued conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart over a video that led to her dismissal last summer, according to a person with knowledge of the lawsuit. Sherrod said Monday that she is "still reeling" after she was ousted in a racial firestorm in July. USDA officials asked Sherrod to resign after Breitbart posted an edited video of comments she had made in a speech. The clip did not include the whole speech and made her comments appear racist. She was later asked to return but declined the offer.
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