A lawyer for John Dee Carruth, CEO for the $613 million, 60,000-member, Tuscaloosa, Ala.-based Alabama One Credit Union, has threatened to sue one of the credit union’s members if he does not stop allegedly defaming Carruth on Facebook.

The Birmingham, Ala.-based lawyer Barry Frederick wrote a letter to Kenneth Walters, a retired worker from the BF Goodrich tire manufacturing plant in Tuscaloosa, demanding the action on behalf of Carruth. Walters also served as a former union leader at the plant and has been a vocal critic of Carruth and other Alabama One executives.

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