Fear at the Orchestra

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I read your piece on Preucil ["Sour Notes," February 14]. I do understand why the orch members couldn't go on record as to who they are. There is that air over there as of late that if somebody talks to the press, it's thought of as betrayal. I do know that people do fear for their jobs over there. As a matter of fact my unemployment was being contested by them. I asked several of my former co-workers to testify at my hearing on my behalf and they couldn't because they feared for their jobs. Sign of the times. In any case, this story has been brewing for a very long time. I knew that this was going on and I also knew that CIM paid for that incident to go away for Preucil. They told him that they were going to keep him on so he could attempt to pay them back. --Anonymous

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