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ksimons Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-29-08 11:19 AM
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103. it is no different than yelling 'fire' in a crowded movie theater

they just reverse it, shout 'fire-sale' and try to cram hundreds, if not thousands. of people through a single opening promising a clear path into the store in a matter of seconds. they had this happen before, again and again, and therefore their corporation is blatantly responsible for it repeating itself. they will be shown to have clear and obvious history of the event happening prior and demonstrating no interest in preventing the situation in this case again. this is not an isolated incident.

i hope the court and the families get enough money from that store to put it out of business forever. it should be closed out of disgust by that township when someone is killed, literally trampled to death, for a discounted TV or CD. what criminal minds are at work when they could have prevented this but chose not to. there is something wrong with the company that arranged for that killing field, and they should be held accountable and punished by criminal laws.
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