‘Arizona Republic’ photographer fired after wife landed primo seat at Phoenix Trump rally

Sylvia Layman Kadlubowski, (circled), is the wife of former Arizona Republic photographer David Kadlubowski. She claims her husband was fired after being unfairly accused of getting her a prominent seat at the August 22 Trump rally in Phoenix./Wikipedia – Public Domain

By Ray Stern | Phoenix New Times

The Arizona Republic fired a longtime photographer two weeks ago after someone claimed he helped his wife obtain a great seat at last month’s Trump rally in Phoenix.

Sylvia Layman Kadlubowski, a local archaeologist, related the tale of husband David Kadlubowski’s firing in a public Facebook post, writing that he had been accused unfairly by the anti-Trump newspaper.

In her September 12 post, Sylvia Kadlubowski republished a photo of herself in the crowd behind the president and addressed the anonymous person who “who creeped on my FB page” and complained to the Republic.

David Kadlubowski, who had worked for the newspaper full time for 13 years, had been fired earlier that day, according to his wife.

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