INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – A new lawsuit says the commander of the Indiana National Guard allowed his staff to cheat on their spouses, then retaliated against a co-worker who might have blown the whistle.
The lawsuit comes from Shari McLaughlin who worked at the Tyndall Armory back in 2017. Her suit says Major General Courtney Carr covered-up affairs for his staffers and had a relationship with a co-worker of his own.
McLaughlin also accuses Carr of pushing her out of her job, then getting her fired from another job after she left. The Indiana Guard isn’t commenting on the specifics of the suit.
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