DETROIT (WWJ) – As the Detroit Metro Airport Authority Board searches for a new director, ex-airport CEO Turkia Mullin and her lawyer are planning their legal battle over her dismissal.
Speaking live on WWJ Newsradio 950 Tuesday morning, attorney Raymond Sterling said he and his client are still waiting to find out why she was fired.
“It was extremely suspicious that they came out and they refused to give a reason,” said Sterling. “And one of the board members even was critical of that. He said there is no reason.”
“If there were a reason, we invited it. We asked. And they said there’s just cause and that’s it. So, we don’t think that there is a reason whatsoever,” he said.
Hear our complete interview with Sterling: