Posted: Oct 27, 2010 7:22 AM by Andrea Fontenot
Source: Associated Press
The husband of a Baton Rouge construction company worker shot to death at the business Dec. 23 claims the firm ignored a threat that the alleged shooter made when he was fired.
James Coutee, whose wife Dianna Tullier was a clerical worker at Grady Crawford Construction Co., is seeking damages in a lawsuit filed in state district court in Baton Rouge.
Tullier and another woman were killed during the workplace shooting.
Richard Matthews is accused of killing both women and wounding a dispatcher.
Matthews pleaded not guilty to the charges.