- Associated Press - Monday, December 15, 2014

EAST MEADOW, N.Y. (AP) - The Nassau correction union has filed a federal discrimination complaint against the county jail affirmative action specialist for allegedly posting racist comments on his Facebook.

The complaint was filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against Andreaus Guilty, a rap artist who is an affirmative action officer at East Meadow Jail. His duties include investigating discrimination complaints.

Among the postings, Guilty allegedly accuses police of “ethnic cleansing.”

Guilty tells Newsday he doesn’t have racist posts on his Facebook.

Correction officers held a protest Monday outside the jail.

Nassau Correction Officers Benevolent Association head John Jaronczyk calls the postings inappropriate.

County attorney Carnell Foskey tells Newsday while everyone has the right to post whatever they want on their personal Facebook, his office will investigate the matter.

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