Leslie Anderson, who worked for the Middlesex County Superior Court, came under fire last week for posting multiple Facebook comments blaming New Jersey State trooper Anthony Raspa for his own demise.
The 24-year-old trooper died on-duty last Saturday after his patrol car hit a deer and careened off Interstate 195, veering into trees.
“Not that sad, and certainly not ‘tragic.’ Troopers were probably traveling at a dangerously high speed as per usual,” Anderson wrote . . .
Anderson resigned Wednesday after initially being suspended with pay for two weeks pending an internal probe, a New Jersey Judiciary spokeswoman said. She was hired in August 2014. (Read more from “NJ Law Clerk Resigns After Saying Trooper’s Death Was ‘Not Sad,’ the Dead Deer Was” HERE)