Fired Iowa academy instructor claims retaliation

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Posted: Friday, August 16, 2013 12:00 am

IOWA CITY (AP) — An Iowa Law Enforcement Academy instructor was fired months after filing a complaint about the assistant director's inappropriate sexual comments to female students in what she is calling a case of whistleblower retaliation.

Academy administrators deny that Nancy Brady's firing in January was a retaliatory move. But Brady, who had worked 14 years as an instructor for dispatchers, contends that she was fired after being unfairly accused of threatening the academy director, the culmination of punitive actions that started after she filed a complaint against assistant director Michael Quinn.

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