Leaked Audio Exposes ‘Multifaceted Bigot’ Michigan Sheriff Joking About ‘Donkey Punching’ Female Employees

Audio recordings were released Wednesday by a lawyer representing a lieutenant who is suing Jackson County Sheriff Steven Rand as well as the county. The recordings show Rand and other officers making crude sexual comments about female county employees.

The recordings were made by sheriff’s Lt. Tommy Schuette, who is filing the suit against the sheriff — a man he claims is a “multifaceted bigot,” reported MLive.

The recordings reveal Rand and other Jackson County Sheriff’s Department officers calling a female court employee a “c*nt” for not talking with them; making jokes about making a “snuff film” in which they “donkey punch” the employee; and commenting on a prospective female employee at the department having a “phenomenal ass.”

Sheriff Rand told MLive he could not comment extensively about the audio of him and his officers making lewd comments.

“There is not much I can tell you,” he said. “I have not had the opportunity to speak with any legal counsel yet, nor have I seen the full allegations in the lawsuit… It would completely imprudent of me to even make any comment at this time.”

Jackson County denies all allegations against it, but says it is disturbed by the allegations made against Rand.

“The allegations, if true, are absolutely abhorrent and represent conduct that is repugnant to Jackson County’s commitment as clearly set out in its many employment policies and practices,” the county said.

Listen to the recording below:

Source: http://truthfight.com/leaked-audio-exposes-multifaceted-bigot-michigan-sheriff-joking-donkey-punching-female-employees/

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