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‘Nothing better than a dead ner’: New York City paramedic threatened after firehouse noose incident

A New York City paramedic has been forced to go to her superiors after getting threatening and racist letters in her locker after an incident at the firehouse involving a “prank” noose. According to the New York Daily News, Keisha Brockington, 41, received a letter telling her,...
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