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by K.Mooneyham
Tue Nov 12, 2013 10:41 pm
Forum: Gun and/or Self-Defense Related Political Issues
Topic: May Employers fire Employees for Defending Themselves?
Replies: 36
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Re: May Employers fire Employees for Defending Themselves?

Murphyslawroadside wrote:I do believe this may be a much easier case to figure out.
Lets quit using huge words with alot of vowels and dumb it down, did the employee beat the living snot out of the shoplifter causing bodily injury?
Was the employee white and shoplifter non white?
I do believe these two questions answered will tell us Wallyworlds real reason for firing the employee in that they are cutting there losses and distancing themself from a much larger lawsuit from the gun toating litigant.
Yall are too quick to use statutes and heavy vowels to discuss these easy ones... :anamatedbanana
There is NEVER anything easy about the law. Its just a fact of life.

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