March , 2019

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Clarence Roby

New Orleans, LA (BlackNews.com) — The Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners is being Accused of Racism in the Firing and forced retirement of 11 long term African American women employees from the accounting department.

Cases are pending with the EEOC and one Federal Case is pending. Clarence Roby is the Attorney of Record.

Dr. Cecilia Mouton, Executive Director and Lead Investigator for the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners is directly responsible for the firing or retirements of these women. Dr. Mouton was appointed by Bobby Jindal and now serves at the discretion of Governor Jon Bel Edwards. In the Federal filings Dr. Mouton is accused of unprofessional conduct, screaming at the women publically and in private conferences, discrimination based on age and race, hiring private investigators to follow and gather information to be used against the women during their lunch breaks. Dr. Mouton allegedly tried to force the women to sign complaints against each other which could be used for dismissal.

One of the female employees died of a drug overdose in an apparent suicide after a closed door meeting in which Dr. Mouton could be heard screaming at the employee.

The women are asking for the Governor to launch an investigation into Dr. Moutons actions, place her on administrative leave until the investigation is completed, and have her drug screened and physiologically evaluated because of her violent mood swings and loud angry outbursts.


Photo Caption: Clarence Roby, Attorney of Record.


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