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REPORT: Staff Of Hate Group Leader Bradlee Dean Walks Out, Files Complaint

According to the report published by Minneapolis City Pages, the staff of hate group leader Bradlee Dean has walked out on him and filed a compaint with the Minnesota Attorney General. Dean, you may recall, last year lost a defamation suit against Rachel Maddow after she quoted his alleged call for homosexuals to be executed. From today's report by Aaron Rupar:
There's a good reason Bradlee Dean's large Annandale headquarters was put up for rent earlier this month -- he apparently no longer has a ministry to fill it with. According to a source close to the situation, Dean's "You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International" staffers have all walked out on him. Yes, that includes his notorious street teams and Dean's "Sons of Liberty" radio cohost Jake McMillan, who our source says put in his two weeks notice and moved out of Minnesota. (McMillian, for some reason, sometimes went by the name Jake MacAulay.)  The source said that in the wake of our July report about disaffected former You Can Run staffer Jake Dagel -- Dagel characterized You Can Run as a "cultic sham ministry" -- a group of upwards of a dozen former staffers got together and compiled testimony about how Dean had mistreated and exploited them. They subsequently brought 28 pages worth of testimony to the Minnesota Attorney General's office and are currently working on a mediation proposal with Dean's camp. The group of former staffers seek reimbursement of funds they say Dean owes them and a guarantee that Bradlee will never hold another leadership position with a ministry. Our source isn't sure whether Dean could possibly face criminal charges as a result of the allegations, some of which constitute crimes.
(Via Holy Bullies)

RELATED: Dean's attorney in the losing suit against Maddow was Larry Klayman, who this week called for a November revolution against the federal government. Last year Bradlee Dean declared that President Obama planned the Sandy Hook shooting.

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