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Attorney Chuck Allen of Anderson holds up a letter written by Clemson University football coach Dabo Swinney as fired Pickens Police Officer Michael McClatchy looks on. Allen represents McClatchy, who said he was wrongfully terminated from his job after posting comments online about the traffic stop of the coach.

Photo by Ken Ruinard, Anderson Independent Mail

Attorney Chuck Allen of Anderson holds up a letter written by Clemson University football coach Dabo Swinney as fired Pickens Police Officer Michael McClatchy looks on. Allen represents McClatchy, who said he was wrongfully terminated from his job after posting comments online about the traffic stop of the coach.

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  • Attorney Chuck Allen of Anderson holds up a letter written by Clemson University football coach Dabo Swinney as fired Pickens Police Officer Michael McClatchy looks on. Allen represents McClatchy, who said he was wrongfully terminated from his job after posting comments online about the traffic stop of the coach.
  • Michael McClatchy, fired Pickens policeman, reads a statement at a press conference with attorney Chuck Allen in Allen's Anderson office. McClatchy said he was wrongfully terminated after from his job after posting comments online about a traffic stop of Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney.
  • Michael McClatchy, a recently fired Pickens policeman, enters attorney Chuck Allen's office in Anderson for a press conference.
  • Former Pickens policeman Michael McClatchy reads a statement at a press conference Thursday at  attorney Chuck Allen's office in Anderson. McClatchy said he was wrongfully terminated after posting comments online about stopping Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney for speeding.
  • Former Pickens policeman Michael McClatchy shows a letter from Dabo Swinney, Clemson football coach, during a press conference Thursday at attorney Chuck Allen's office.
  • Michael McClatchy, a recently fired Pickens policeman, listens to attorney Chuck Allen make an opening comment to press at a conference in his office in Anderson.
  • A copy of letter from Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney to Rodney Gregory of the city of Pickens was presented during a press conference at attorney Chuck Allen's office. The letter thanks Gregory for 'cooperation to reduce the ticket and apologize for speeding and being a distraction.'
  • Michael McClatchy, a recently fired Pickens policeman, enters attorney Chuck Allen's office in Anderson for a press conference.
  • Michael McClatchy, a recently fired Pickens policeman, shows a letter from Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney to Rodney Gregory of the city of Pickens during a press conference at attorney Chuck Allen's office. The letter thanks Gregory for 'cooperation to reduce the ticket and apologize for speeding and being a distraction.'
  • Attorney Chuck Allen prepares for a press conference with Michael McClatchy, who was recently fired from the city of Pickens police department.

Michael McClatchy, fired from the Pickens police department, held a press conference with attorney Chuck Allen in Anderson. McClatchy shows a copy of letter from Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney to Rodney Gregory of the City of Pickens, which the letter thanks him for 'cooperation to reduce the ticket and apologize for speeding and being a distraction.' McClatchy said he was wrongfully terminated from his job after the traffic stop and posting comments about the traffic cam video on a website.

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