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Old June 4, 2011, 12:26 PM   #50
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GLENN E. MEYER wrote: Also, there is a legal literature on liability and it clearly indicates that companies are told they face more financial risk if an employee does something bad with a firearm (shoots an innocent, goes nuts) than paying off an employee or their family if they get hurt in a robbery.
That's what I said back in post 28, in a nutshell...Thanks, Glenn.
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