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Firefighter suspended for saying ''Saving a dog is more important than a million Black people''

An Ohio fire department has suspended one of its volunteer firefighters for a racist Facebook post suggesting he’d prefer to save a dog in an emergency than a black person.

Tyler Roysdon, a volunteer for Franklin Township, wrote that if he had to choose between saving a dog or a black man from a burning building, the dog would get priority, because “one dog is more important than a million n****rs.”


According to the Huffington Post, Roysdon has since removed the post from his Facebook page, but a screenshot appears below.

Once township officials discovered the post, Roysdon was suspended indefinitely, according to local station WHIO-TV.

The township will hold a disciplinary hearing for him on Sept. 27, the station reported. Because he is a volunteer, Roysdon is only paid when he is called to duty.

Authorities said he will not be called while the suspension is in effect.
Firefighter suspended for saying ''Saving a dog is more important than a million Black people'' Firefighter suspended for saying ''Saving a dog is more important than a million Black people'' Reviewed by JejeTv Channel on 9/17/2017 Rating: 5

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