Just Jeepin' last edited by
Musk and Tesla seem to revel in being the villain. This seems a particularly egregious example.
Effectively, she was fired for being an internal whistleblower.
Bloody-the-resident-shitposting-saffer last edited by
@just-jeepin despite every image Musk tries to push, he will always be a spoiled doos rich kid. If you see him that way, these articles aren't surprising.
WhoIsTheLeader last edited by
@just-jeepin This reminds me of Uzi Nissan. It's disgusting how large corporations can just squash individual cases like that.
MUSASHI66 last edited by
Just another example that shows the law works mostly for the ones with money. If you can afford the lawyers, you just wear down the ones with less money and sooner or later, you win.
fintail last edited by
It's as if money determines justice.
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Chariotoflove last edited by
I fear for her without a lawyer to represent her. Maybe someone will step up and volunteer on her behalf. It's happened before.
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