WAL-MART INSIDER: WE PAID OFF SUPREME COURT

BENTONVILLE, Ark., — A Wal-Mart executive insists the company paid off several Supreme Court Justices.
The whistle-blowing comes mere hours after the nation’s highest court threw out a massive discrimination suit against Wal-Mart Stores. The suit was the largest employment discrimination in U.S. history with claims from 1.5 million women that they had been discriminated against in both pay and promotions.

In a series of secret hotel room interviews, the fifty-four year-old turncoat, wearing a wig and moustache, detailed the specifics of cash-drops and hand-offs in several posh Washington apartment buildings.
Using a microphone and voice-distortion software, he explained. “I don’t want to call it protection money because Wal-Mart is not in the business of killing people or hurting people, unless, of course, you count all the processed food we sell. Five Justices received cautionary letters, and followed by a delivery of cash. It was clear. It was understood. As long as the Justices throw out the suit, they don’t have to worry.”
When pressed to list the names of Justices who received money from Wal-Mart, the informer would only reveal the project acronym: SKRAT.
“The Wal-Mart people are no joke. During one late-night session about the case, someone even put up one of our old signs and crossed out ‘Prices.’ It said ‘Beware of Falling Justices.’ I was scared for my life,” he continued.
Much to his chagrin, the tipster is still employed by Wal-Mart. He promises to divulge the full story and publish his notes and journal as soon as his kids are out of college. “I’ve got two kids in college, my hands are tied. I have to keep working for these Wal-Mart pigs. Not to mention, I can’t afford to shop anywhere else. I just wanted to do the right thing. I had to tell someone.”

Supporters of women’s rights have been protesting Wal-Mart stores for months. Jessica Spearhead, an organizer for AllianceforJustice.org, spoke for the growing crowd outside of the Supreme Court, “We knew Wal-Mart was this sleazy, but we didn’t realize the Supreme Court was just as shady.”
Agents for film director Kathryn Bigelow have been reaching out to the informant to secure movie rights for his story.

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  2. I thought we could be intelligent and forget the ones that don't have a last name that doesn't start with either an S K R A or a T but you get a gold star for trying. Yes there is nine but we can forget about Breyer, Ginsburg and Kagen since Kagan is also a woman.

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  3. It seems every time I look at the headlines someone or group is going after Wal Mart or Sarah Palin. Anyone see obvious pattern here? But as we all know the unions are good guys just looking out for us.

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    • So you also thinks nukes are safe as the world gets radiated No divisions in divorces, people get declared dead that are not just for there $$$ The Only Thing For sure Is there is no Accountability This Country is a Bribe And Go and has been for decades

  4. Like no other time in history, the whole world is now embroiled in chaos and catastrophe most similar to a world war. We have been basically stripped of our rights, options and opportunities like refugees of an occupied defeated country.
    People need to gather their family and friends together and begin caching food, water and other supplies in order to outlast the economic and environmental collapse that will play out slowly over the next couple years.
    http://www.familysurvivalcenter.com/supplies.htm

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  5. In the USA there are two separate judical systems. One for the RICH an another for the run-of-the-mill poor and middle class. If people knew how the government favors the very wealthy,and the justice system is a part of the government system, they would riot. .

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  6. we should not be surprised the supreme court is crooked, and they say there is justice in this country. Don't buy from wal mart unless you have no other choice.

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  7. Bribe and go is the law of this land no accountability is assured Benjamin Franklin Said
    "Hang together or Hang alone" You are next

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  8. If no one but women worked there, then hiring all women to save money makes some sense. It seems there are men at the top who don't want to pay women equally. Please Pay Attention.

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  9. I love wal mart. And will buy even more stuff from them now. I have met one of the supreme court members personally and it would be utter stupidity to think that any untraceable amount of money could be passed to buy a verdict or ruling. This tipster is obviously a fraud. But lets say he is telling the truth. He wants to profit from his story and hold out for a few more years knowing that he is sitting on a lottery ticket? I think not. No one waits to cash in a lottery ticket.

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  10. THE SUPREME CORT SOLD!! that its a shame on the country isn't it??
    Wall mart is saying it with all their words!! they BOUGHT IT!!! isn.t they a big SHAME a the media is saying NOTHING so is also SOLD??

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  11. THE SUPREME COERT SOLD!! that its a shame on the country isn't it??
    Wall mart is saying it whit all their worlds!! they BOUGHT IT!!! isn.t they a big SHAME a the media is saying NOTHING so is also SOLD??

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  12. like there are enough women who will work in that serf (meaning slave) shop? wgere almost everything comes from overseas, adding to our balance of payments problem. meaning selling our countrry to red china.
    Of course the repubs claim they are strong on defense. Hypocrits

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  13. “I’ve got two kids in college, my hands are tied." – you really think that an executive high enough up to know about judges being bribed would say this? He would be filthy rich, this whole article is garbage.

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  14. NorkDork, sad, but all true isn't it!
    As Crazy Eddie said- "Money Talks, Nobody Walks!"
    (you do remember Crazy Eddie don't you?)

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  15. Nobody has to shop at WalMart. NOBODY. Do your comparative shopping before you leave home. Get smart. You know the drill.

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  16. Great satire….sadly not far from the truth.
    For those of you who may be dismayed with this ruling and who voted for HW Bush…..you got what you voted for.
    For those of you who may be dismayed with this ruling and who voted for GW Bush….. you got what you voted for.
    For those of you who may be dismayed with this ruling and who voted for Reagan…. you got what you voted for.
    For those of you who may be dismayed with this ruling and who votes for a Republican Senator
    in your state….. you got what you voted for.
    For those of you who may be dismayed with this ruling and who vote for conservative candidates of any stripe…… you got what you voted for.
    For those of you who may be dismayed with this ruling and didn't vote at all….not choosing is still a choice.

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    • Obama is no different and if you think for one instant that he cares about women getting fair treatment in the work force, him or any other Demorat, then you're more deceived than those people who voted for the GOP.

  17. Maybe the justices supported Walmart because they all shop there.They love the cheap prices that reflect their cheap standards but they don't much like the service because they have never worked a day in their lives and don't understand anyone who has to….

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