Posted 7 months ago on March 28, 2020, 9:11 p.m. EST by elf3
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This is criminal.
As CEOs like Jeff Bezos and others violate instituted protocols for reporting sick employees and fail to follow the laws that were implemented to protect the public by either covering it up and gaslighting employees or by covertly threatening employees with their jobs or by knowingly withholding information from health officials and employees - we must implement quick and immediate punishment for putting the public and workers at risk of spread of a deadly infection and hold them accountable for the fall out. As the public sacrifices in solidarity to prevent the spread - when a CEO callously and selfishly violates the law - our government and officials and law enforcement must take swift and immediate action to hold these PERSONS accountable for their gross and egregious endangerment to our society and callous disregard of human life and the welfare of our nation.
How can one mans profits rise above the lives of many so that law enforcement may turn their cheek to the witnesses reporting these violations?
When a CEO knowingly allows a deadly virus to spread throughout their facilities and fails to report or coerces employees into fear and to show up ill and work sick and afraid under duress of homelessness - this is no less than terrorism and blackmail - which also threatens the welfare of the larger population. Amazon employees and others are reporting these instances in droves - why is law enforcement failing to act? Is Jeff Bezos above our system of law and if so what does this mean when out of wealth and status one can endanger lives of so many simply due to their status and wealth and their desire to profit even higher? Are they above our laws and system of governance? Do they deserve personal accountability for their decisions to endanger the workers as well as the general public on such a massive scale?
The precedent says no - see New England Compounding Centers.