Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Cain Accuser, Karen Kraushaar, Has History of Filing Workplace Complaints

In an AP Exclusive article, more light is being shed on Karen Kraushaar's past history of filing workplace complaints.

Three years after settling her complaint with Cain at the National Restaurant Association, Kraushaar, now a spokeswoman at the Immigration and Naturalization Service in the Justice Department, filed a complaint, with the assistance of her attorney, Joel Bennett, against her manager for circulating a sexually charged emailed in late 2002 or early 2003.

In order to settle the complaint, Kraushaar demanded thousands of dollars in compensation, a promotion on the federal pay scale as well as other items including a one-year fellowship to Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.

Later, she dropped the complaint, because it was "relatively minor".

Bennett has said that Kraushaar will appear in a joint news conference provided that the other women come forward. Neither Bennett nor Kraushaar have disclosed the exact nature and reason for the complaint against Cain.

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