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That includes a fiancee, as NPR's legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports.
NINA TOTENBERG: Now married, Thompson and Regalado said they had to move to Arkansas to find employment. Last month, they talked about his case when it was argued before the Supreme Court.
MIRIAM REGALADO: This was, you know, sending a message to other employees. They're saying: Don't you dare, you know, do what she did. Otherwise, we'll take care of you like we did with her.
ERIC THOMPSON: This is the worst part of the whole ordeal is the message and intimidation.
TOTENBERG: Nina Totenberg, NPR News, Washington.
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