Muslim woman targeted in tirade wants attacker rehired
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota accounting firm that fired a woman shown in an online video threatening Muslim women in a parking lot isn't commenting on whether she might get her job back.
One of the Muslim women told The Forum newspaper in Fargo that she will lobby the Horab & Wentz firm to rehire Amber Hensley, after Hensley reconciled with two of the Muslim women during a Thursday meeting facilitated by police.
Accounting firm partner Scott Wentz on Friday declined to comment to The Associated Press on whether the firm would consider Sarah Hassan's request.
The video posted on Facebook showed Hensley shouting at the women, "We're going to kill all of you." Hensley says she lost her cool because the women's car was parked too close to hers. She later apologized.