Posted by | November 3, 2011 13:40 | Filed under: Top Stories

The woman Herman Cain said received two or three months salary in a harassment suit settlement received significantly more.

Cain described her in a Fox News interview as a writer in the communications department.

The compensation the woman received as part of her departure package was far more than that what a mid-level trade association employee in the late 1990s would have made over a two-to-three month period.

It was also more than the payout a second association employee received after complaining about Cain’s behavior. According to the New York Times, the second woman received $35,000 – a year’s pay.

Cain’s changing stories about whether settlements existed, and their amounts, have muddled his explanations. He has not acknowledged that there is more than one settlement.

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By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.