VIDEO: Whistle-blower on North Lee activities, lawsuit

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Whistle-blower Sonny Noble, fired in April from the North Lee County Water Association, speaks with Daily Journal reporter Robbie Ward about issues at the rural utility since 2011.

After speaking out the in September 2011, Noble’s action’s resulted in resignations of the entire North Lee Board of Directors, a federal indictment and conviction. He went public again and lost his job, leading to a wrongful termination lawsuit.

Noble spoke at length to the Daily Journal with recently related to losing his job and personal events in life, including his mother’s violent death in 1989, murdered at gunpoint while waiting for train at Crosstown. Click here to read the full story.

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    First, he looks like Jeremy Renner. Second, he should have talked to an attorney before this interview.