Mary Capps, seeking $75,000 in damages, claimed she had reported Dennis Rader for "abusive, intimidating language and physical gestures" toward her because of her sex, but nothing was done. She also said he damaged her career with an unfairly bad job evaluation report, the Wichita Eagle said.
Rader, 60, who worked with Capps in the Park City ordinance compliance office for more than six years, was indicted last summer on 10 murder counts and is serving 10 consecutive life sentences at the El Dorado Correctional Facility.
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