Tuesday, August 27, 2013 10:03:01 PM
Twenty years ago, he would have lost his security clearance and his job within an hour of this being discovered. He would have been given a copier paper box and told to clean out his desk under the supervision of two armed guards who would have then escorted him to the gate.
Monday, August 26, 2013 3:34:55 PM
My Brother had to fire a person a few years ag for an argument that employee made on a web site simular to this one. The employee wrote sonething that vaguely sounded like a threat and it was reported to the cops. They investigated and found his Job involved a fairly high security rating even to get on the premises and his security was pulled for the threats and my brother had no choice but to fire him because he had no security clearence to even be at work. This "person" (insert adjective and noun here) is going way beyond making idel threats and Also has access to weapons and potentionally damaging information. Even to the point he could be deamed a terrorist and be concidered an enemy combatant.
Monday, August 26, 2013 2:24:15 PM
Gerry - it's up to the employer. In this case the employer has a policy where all extracurricular activities must be disclosed. He misrepresented his website and intentions, which is probably why they will fire him. If he didn`t misrepresent his beliefs when applying, he probably wouldn`t have been hired. They do have the right to employ whomever they want.
I guess that is why Klansmen wear the hooded masks.
I do think that now days, that companies fire people all the time for what they do on their own time, which I think is usually wrong IMO...but this guy is talking about killing a f*ck load of people.