Help Group Ousts Leader
"You go into the organization and we didn't know why people we're backing away from us. He may be totally reformed but it still doesn't change the way that people think and the way that you're supposed to protect what you're doing. We have a responsibility to the families and their children," Michelle Gehring of the Board of Directors said.
Members of the organization forced South to resign Thursday night because of his criminal record. The announcement game just two days after the same organization voted him president.
"I believe that it was unfair to the point that as we had always tried to project from the organization that we would treat everybody as humans with respect, equality, giving everybody a deserving right to a second chance," he said.South also says he doesn't feel that he got a second chance. He is speaking to an attorney to see if his rights were violated.
South says he will continue to help the community.
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