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According to documents posted on the NCUA’s Web site (www.ncua.gov), which have since been removed, U.S. Central FCU withheld former executive Dave Dickens’ severance benefits during an investigation into whether his actions could have allowed him to be fired “with cause.”

When Dickens was fired Feb. 5, 2009, he was told that not only would his severance be delayed pending investigation, but that U.S. Central had hired “one of Kansas City’s oldest and most powerful law firms” to investigate and “serve as the decision-making tribunal.”

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