A Family Court employee caught on a viral video tearing down signs supportive of the Black Lives Matter movement and then making a racist comment has been fired.

According to a court spokesman, Michael Henkel, who had worked as a supervisor writ server in the First judicial District’s Family Court, has been terminated for multiple violations of the Unified Judicial System’s Code of Conduct and the Non-Discrimination and Equal Employment Policy.

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