Buford Metropolis Faculties Superintendent Geye Hamby is on the middle of a federal racial discrimination lawsuit filed by Mary Ingram. The paraprofessional of the varsity district was allegedly fired with out trigger final yr and cited prejudices and audio of Hamby utilizing the n-word in her case.
In keeping with the Atlanta-Journal Structure, two audio recordings had been included within the courtroom submitting as proof of Hamby’s alleged racism. On one tape an individual, who’s believed to be the varsity official mentioned, “Are you able to get me a, present me our normal situations what number of of those deadbeat n*****s we make use of?” The particular person continued, “Have you ever bought extra of those massive n***ers than those from the temp service?”
The second recording Hamby allegedly expressed his frustration with the Black works by stating he would shoot or kill them. “F*** that n******! I’ll kill these g**damned – shoot that motherf****** in the event that they let me,” he mentioned. “All proper. Nicely, take a look at what’s going on with all of the n****** down right here.”
The 66-year-old mentioned she was fired after clashing with Hambry.
Ingram’s lawyer, Ed Buckley, mentioned the recordings weren’t altered and so they had been examined towards different audio of Hamby’s voice. Buckley instructed 11alive, “It was despatched to Ms. Ingram anonymously. We’re in the midst of attempting to determine who made the recording. We’re interesting to the neighborhood and the person who made the recording to please come ahead and tell us.”
Though Hamby is at the moment caught on this scandal, he has recieved rave evaluations inside the college district. “His whole involvement within the colleges with staff, college students and fogeys are tops,” Philip Beard, a member of the varsity board, wrote in Hamby’s 2013 analysis.