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Attorney for Fired Deputy Paige Pavalone Says Case Moving Forward Before Montana Human Rights Bureau [YouTube]

The attorney for fired Missoula County Sheriff's Deputy Paige Pavalone said on Wednesday that the case against the county and the sheriff's office has moved another step forward with the Montana Human Rights Bureau.

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Missoula County Calls Josh Clark’s $750,000 Settlement Offer Unreasonable [YouTube]

Missoula Chief Deputy County Attorney Jason Marks wasted no words in responding to former Undersheriff Josh Clark's offer to settle a human rights complaint for $750,000.

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Attorneys – Josh Clark Asked For Damages of Nearly $1 Million – Will Settle For $750,000 [DOCUMENTS]

KGVO News has learned that attorneys for Josh Clark, the former Undersheriff of the Missoula County Sheriff's Office, offered a proposed settlement through the Montana Human Rights Bureau of nearly $1 million, but said they would settle for damages of $750,000.

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Unlawful Retaliation Complaint Against Missoula Sheriff Revealed – State Headlines [YouTube]

A Montana Human Rights Bureau complaint has been filed by Sheriff's Captain Mike Dominick against Sheriff T.J. McDermott, who says releasing the complaint to the media before an investigation is inappropriate.

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Sheriff’s Captain Mike Dominick to File Discrimination Complaint Against Missoula County Over “Demotion” [YouTube]

Missoula County Sheriff's Captain Mike Dominick will file a discrimination complaint with the Montana Human Rights Bureau against Missoula County and the sheriff's office over his recent demotion following the election of Sheriff T.J. McDermott.

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Missoula County Detectives Receive Settlement Over Human Rights Violations [AUDIO]

After a finding was released by the Montana Human Rights Bureau that Detectives Jason Johnson and T.J. McDermott were victims of political discrimination, they each received a cash settlement from the county.

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Human Rights Bureau Rules Missoula Sheriff’s Detective Was Victim of Unlawful Discrimination [AUDIO] [DOCUMENT]

In a report released Friday, January 17, the Montana Human Rights Bureau ruled that Missoula Sheriff's Office Detective Specialist Two Jason Johnson was the victim of unlawful discrimination by Sheriff Carl Ibsen.

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