Prosecutor Fired for Supremacist Meeting By CAROLYN THOMPSON, Associated Press WriterThu Mar 2, 7:06 PM ET A part-time prosecutor was fired Thursday after he attended a conference sponsored by a white supremacist group. Michael Regan was dismissed after officials learned he had attended a meeting of the New Century Foundation last week in northern Virginia. Allegany County District Attorney Terrence Parker said Regan's "recent activities will continue to significantly disrupt and impair his effectiveness as an assistant district attorney and the operations of the entire district attorney's office." Regan did not immediately return a telephone message seeking comment. He was quoted in Saturday's Washington Post as calling participants at the conference "white preservationists" and saying U.S. policies on immigration, trade and demographics have put the country on the wrong path. He also referred to European Christian Americans as "an endangered species." "Those kinds of comments are absolutely inappropriate for a public official," said Joel Levy, regional director for the Anti-Defamation League, which characterizes the foundation's ideology as "intellectualized, pseudoscientific white supremacy." Regan has also been a part-time instructor at the Alfred University College of Business since 2003. University President Charles Edmonson said his future there would be determined "by our needs and his capabilities."