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Campground manager fired after pulling gun on black couple

Camp fires white worker who pulled gun on black visitors Camp fires white worker who pulled gun on black visitors
Patty Aguilar | 30 May, 2019, 19:11

A white manager of a MS campground has been fired after video showed her holding a gun while telling an African American couple to leave because they did not have a reservation. At the KOA campground, where the couple went, which has beach access to the lake, they were confronted by the woman who Richardson said pulled a gun on them. We found a lake located in Starkville and made a decision to visit, ' she wrote alongside the video.

"She jumped out and the gun was pointed at me, my husband and our dog", Richardson said.

"This lady just pulled a gun because we out here and don't have reservations", Richardson says in the video that she posted on Facebook.

The woman holding the gun identified herself as the property manager, but her choice of words were less than professional. They were reportedly told that they did not need a reservation to visit the lake.

Jessica's husband, Franklin, is an Army National Guard Sergeant who was previously on a nine-month deployment, WCBI reported.

A spokesperson for Kampgrounds of America, which is the chain that that has oversight over the campground, told WCBI-TV that the woman has been fired.

The husband said they were on private property, but Richardson said they didn't know and didn't see any signs saying that. Fortunately, violence did not ensue, but Richardson was upset that the unidentified woman thought it was necessary to pull a gun. "You go over there and don't have a gun pointed at you, and you come back home and the first thing that happens is you have a gun pointed at you". "The only thing you had to do was tell us".

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"Well I'm just telling you, you need to leave because it's under private ownership..."

Jessica knows how to handle emergencies from her military husband. "Git!" as if they were "stray dogs on her porch".

"You can feel the intent behind it", she told WCBI. "Racism is alive and well!"

"You should be serving jail time for pulling a weapon and threatening the lives of innocent people!" one user commented.

The employee eventually placed her gun into the pocket of her shorts as she continued to speak to the couple. He contradicted his wife.

In a statement shared with The Post, Kampgrounds of America spokesman Mike Gast said that the company "does not condone the use of a firearm in any manner on our properties or those owned and operated by our franchisees". "The employee involved in the incident has been relieved of her duties at the Starkville KOA", the company announced.

A MS campground manager is out of a job after reportedly pulling a gun on a black couple who were simply trying to have a picnic.

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