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HAGERSTOWN — The assistant Washington County administrator has accused former state delegate and Washington County Commissioner Le Roy Myers Jr.of sexual harassment in a legal notice served to county officials Tuesday.
Inclusion in Psychology Today does not imply recommendation or endorsement nor does omission from Psychology Today imply Psychology Today disapproval.The notice of claim, filed by Sarah Lankford Sprecher, arises "from predatory and offensive sexual and related actions committed against her."According to the filing, the alleged harassment began in October 2016 on a business trip to Seoul, South Korea, by county officials, including Myers and Sprecher.The document said the "offensive" actions have continued to the present.She is being represented by Beiramee & Saboura of Bethesda. Efforts to reach Myers for comment were unsuccessful.Myers of Clear Spring was a District 1C delegate for 12 years before successfully running for the Washington County Commission in 2014. Myers is being represented by attorney Bruce Poole of Hagerstown.Touted by its co-founders as the new nucleus the organized hate movement would gather around, the Nationalist Front (NF) is floundering.
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Sprecher to engage in improper conduct aimed at damaging the reputation and position of her direct supervisor, the then-appointed county administrator, Gregory B.
Murray."According to the document, when Sprecher refused to comply with the campaign against Murray, Myers attempted to "alter the condition" of her employment with the county.
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