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BEND, OR -- A civil complaint filed against outgoing Deschutes County District Attorney Patrick Flaherty alleges he fired an employee for not providing enough political connections during Flaherty's re-election campaign.
 
The Bend Bulletin reports Bruce Endicott is suing Flaherty for $750,000.  In the complaint, Endicott claims Flaherty hired him as Office Administrator to further his political prospects during the election - Endicott is related to Redmond Mayor George Endicott.  Bruce Endicott says he was fired in May, just two days after Flaherty lost his re-election bid to John Hummel. 
 
In July 2013, Flaherty settled a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by three other former employees for $710,000. 
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