Portland, Oregon 2021-01-14 16:52:39 –
Portland, Oregon (Portland Tribune) — According to court records in Multnomah County, Clackamas County Secretary Mark Sur was arrested in 2011 for a misdemeanor of a detention order filed by his then-wife Galina Anufriva. I did. He was finally acquitted on the charges in the Circuit Court just a few months later.
Sur recently fired following the publication of comments made on his personal Facebook page expressing the views of racists, Islamophobia, anti-immigrants and transphobia, and voices calling for his resignation. It spread.
According to court records, Shull was arrested for sending a chocolate package and a note written in Russian to a domestic violence shelter in Portland where his wife was staying during the divorce process in February 2011. ..
This memo says, “Your home and bed are waiting for you. Tiger, with eternal love.”
According to court records, Shur’s wife told police that “Tiger” was one of his nicknames.
After his arrest, Shur explained to the Multnomah County Sheriff’s agent that he had met Anuflieva through an online Russian dating site and had been married since July 2010.
Records also show that Shur said he knew the detention order to lawmakers, but denied that he had violated it. He pleaded not guilty to the indictment and was acquitted in less than a month.
On Thursday, January 14, the Clackamas County Commission approved a resolution condemning Shul for comments on social media and called for his immediate resignation. The approval was unanimous, including a “yes” vote from Sur himself.
Sur said Thursday that he would continue to work for the people of Clackamas County until he had time to think about the resolution of the board, despite criticism and growing demand for his resignation.
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