Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Nassau County Uses Dead Man to Make Money

New York, Nassau County sidestepped the process of compensating the family of the man who died on Black Friday last year when rabid Walmart shoppers trampled him to death for cheap products made by foreign slave labor.

The County made out big time with $1.5 million for itself, while forcing the family to accept a portion of $400,000. If the family accepts this paltry sum, the county agreed that the family will not be able to file a civil suit against Walmart.

So, I guess the real question here is, how much did the Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice pocket for herself from Walmart for this clearly corporate-friendly agreement?

1 comment:

Star Womanspirit said...

Thanks for heads up on the continuing Wal Mart no value no ethics corporation.

Gives me more reason not to shop there.