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Old 03-28-2011, 02:34 PM   #105
Drives: 1972 Rally Sport, 2010 RS/SS
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: the Pacific Northwest 3300 07/20/2009 3800 7/27/09
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If Allied is in posession of cars that don't belong to them, and they are not fulfilling their contracdtual obligation, then isn't that called theft? Isn't that grand theft auto on a grand scale? Court fees, penalties, and GM/Chrysler not giving Allied any future business could put Allied out of business. If that happens as a result of Allied and their union unable to agree on wages, and puts hundreds of union employees out of work, then its hard to argue that the union was just looking out for its employees. Sounds to me like the bosses at Allied and thier union could have handled this a lot better to say the least.
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