Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 4:44 pm (Updated: July 22, 4:50 pm)
BOLIVIA—It was a tale of two letters during day four of the Terri Oxford wrongful termination trial against the town of Holden Beach.
Oxford, who sued the town for wrongful termination and gender discrimination after she was fired from the Holden Beach Police Department in 2008, testified during the first two days of the hearing as to the working conditions while working for Holden Beach Police Chief Wally Layne.
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