Wal-Mart Hit With $5.5M Verdict for Retaliation

The case is one of three that involve allegations Wal-Mart fired African-American managers in retaliation for filing discrimination complaints.

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  • Mitch Z.

    Civil juries are an absolute and utter disgrace. A tragic flaw in our legal system. The process requires the selection of the least opinionated and most ignorant morons -- people who generally who know nothing about anything. Such people are always easily to manipulate. THAT‘S the VERY reason plaintiff‘s lawyers love juries; its filled with "their people;" naïve and gullible dimwits who believe in conspiracies and fall hook, line and sinker for the lies they hear from the jury box.

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