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Bruning appeals decision on Neb. trooper associated with KKK

August 28, 2006

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Bruning appeals decision on Neb. trooper associated with KKK

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Arbitrator Rules Trooper Should Get Job Back

OMAHA, Neb. — Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning said he filed an appeal on Friday related to a Nebraska State Patrol trooper who has admitted affiliations with the Ku Klux Klan, after an arbitrator ruled that the Patrol failed to show why the trooper was a threat.

Bruning said Trooper Robert Henderson, 50, of Omaha admitted in February that he had some communication with a white supremacist group called the White Knights. He was terminated in March.

Henderson, an 18-year veteran of the patrol, appealed the termination, and an arbitrator decided last week that he should be reinstated. The arbitrator said Henderson's First Amendment rights allow him to be a member of any group he chooses, Bruning said. ...

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