On behalf of the seven plaintiffs, Jonesboro attorney Bobby Culpepper alleges:
That plaintiffs herein were never terminated by a recommendation of the Mayor, approved by the Board of Aldermen, in violation of Louisiana law. See Opinion of the Attorney General May 10, 1974.
That the TOWN OF JONESBORO has failed to fund the police department which action affects the police department in violation of law. See Opinion of the Attorney General No. 05-0424.
That the TOWN OF JONESBORO did not pay its portion into the unemployment fund of the State of Louisiana on behalf of plaintiffs, which is in violation of Louisiana law.
That plaintiffs have been wrongfully terminated and plaintiffs’ compensation has been wrongfully terminated.
That the TOWN OF JONESBORO has illegally allowed plaintiffs’ insurance to lapse without even being notified of Cobra insurance, in violation of both state and federal law.
Culpepper ask for the following relief:
…an amount sufficient to compensate plaintiffs for wrongful cancellation of insurance, damages for failure to pay into the unemployment fund, damages for wrongful termination, reimbursement for court appearances, attorney’s fees and all other damages allowed by Louisiana law, together with legal interest from date of judicial demand until paid and all costs of these proceedings.
See here the document.