Employee claims nooses found in Opelika business

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Posted: Thursday, June 12, 2014 7:47 pm | Updated: 7:53 pm, Thu Jun 12, 2014.

As law enforcement continue to investigate an alleged hate crime that was reported at an Opelika business, an employee of the business is speaking out on what was found inside.

Vinyatta Davidson, 32, of West Point, Georgia said he has worked over four months at Semyoungjin Hitech, a manufacturing plant on Williamson Avenue that makes racks for automotive suppliers, when he began to notice three ropes hung in the warehouse that resembled nooses.

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