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South Carolina: Walmart employee fired after abusing Muslim co-worker and threatening to cut her throat

4 December 2012 General 2 Comments Email This Post Email This Post

By Jonathan McFadden —

ROCK HILL — A Rock Hill Walmart employee was fired Saturday after police say she grabbed a co-worker’s arm, threatened to cut her throat and called her an anti-Muslim, derogatory name, according to a police report.

Police spoke with the victim, 23, who said she was on her break at the Walmart on Old York Road and tried to buy some items, according to a Rock Hill police report. While in the checkout line, a co-worker stepped behind her but tried to check out first by skipping in front of the woman and moving her items.

The two employees began to argue before the co-worker called the victim a derogatory, anti-Muslim name. She grabbed the woman’s arm twice and said she was going to cut her throat, the victim told police.

The employee told her manager, who fired the employee, according to the report. No arrests were made. The victim will seek a courtesy summons against her former co-worker, according to the police report.

Original post: Police: Rock Hill Walmart employee fired after calling co-worker anti-Muslim name


  1. I think we need to get names of the perpetrators and publicly display them.
    Bigots will not be so convinced or so brave when the sun shines bright on them.

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