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Dealing With an IT Bully
Of course he didn't mention the company name...
benh57 writes "The Newspaper reports a man carrying his life savings with him in his car had the money confiscated, even though there was no evidence of a crime.
But... Funny thing about social networks these days. LinkedIn. I bet most people on slashdot are in his network. He's only 3 hops from me. So it's really easy to see all the places he has worked.
I've added them to my list of 'don't work for these companies'.. :P
From the article:
A federal appeals court ruled yesterday that if a motorist is carrying large sums of money, it is automatically subject to confiscation. In the case entitled, "United States of America v. $124,700 in U.S. Currency," the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit took that amount of cash away from Emiliano Gomez Gonzolez, a man with a "lack of significant criminal history" neither accused nor convicted of any crime."
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