Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by NonyaBiznes, Aug 15, 2014.
Now DOJ is just piling on. Maybe fighting it wasn't such a good idea .
I think I see now why UPS paid their fine and got on down the road. Probably cheaper in the long run.
Indicted, not sued.
Problem with Fred Smith is that he has that UPS mentality in that he thinks hes untouchable and above the law, same idea UPS management has. UPS might do retardedazz shiznitt almost all the time but every once in a while they do something smart and get it right lol.
Fred Smith doesn't have UPS mentality, he is a psychopath. This is nothing new to anyone who has worked at FedEx or knows his history. His lack of ethics and willingness to bend and break the law to increase profit is finally catching up with him.
Not piling on, but making their case. Illegal profits have to be "cleansed', hence the money laundering charge. Have no fear, because FedEx denies all wrongdoing and will vigorously defend itself in court.
Don't worry FedEx isn't worried about cost, they have lots of money to spend on everything except it's workforce. Built a big house on a cheap foundation? eventually the walls will crack!
Nail um to the wall!!!!!
I certainly hope so. Where have you been?
Working and counting my days to leave. Goal is is 2016 I hope.
This is how the justice system in America works. If you have ever been accused of a crime by the government it is normal for the pile on tactics, you "may" be innocent of some of the charges but not all of the charges, this is why there are so many plea agreements.
FedEx should have gone the UPS route and this would all be behind them now.
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