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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

NISSAN Whistleblower Complained of Racism Happening in Tennessee and She Was Bullied. NOW The Governor Who Appointed Judges That Let the Judicial Harassment Continue Families Business is Being Investigated By the Feds and Civil Rights Violations Discovered.

, "They're not stupid, there is a language barrier. So you can get away with a little bit more because they know that they are not going to understand everything that you say."
The transcript continues with quotes from Hanscomb that say Hispanic owners in South Florida would allow some "forgiveness" and believe they may have misunderstood rather than conclude the salesperson was involved in fraud.The nicknames for the alleged manual rebate fraud scheme also include
variations of "Manual" to become a Hispanic name pronounced "Manuel" or "Manwell." 
The transcript continues with quotes from Hanscomb that say Hispanic owners in South Florida would allow some "forgiveness" and believe they may have misunderstood rather than conclude the salesperson was involved in fraud.


Click link to watch WBIR Newscast

Pilot 'Manuel' rebate probe impacts race relations

WBIR-TV-14 hours ago

The alleged manual rebate scheme also directly involve race. ... 

In Monday's press conference, CEO 

Jimmy Haslam made a statement that included comments ...

Affidavit: Pilot Flying J official targeted Hispanics in rebate fraud

The Tennessean - ‎12 hours ago‎
Haslam did not take any questions from the media during the conference. WBIR-TV emailed the company
in an attempt to get reaction on the transcripts in the context of targeting Hispanics. A spokesperson replied
Tuesday: "Pilot Flying J has said it finds ...

A Little More on Jimmy Haslam's Little (Racist) Rebate Problem

Nashville Scene - ‎Apr 23, 2013‎
Yes, Hispanic people were specifically targeted because of the perceived language barrier and their willingness
to assume good faith on the part of Pilot and forgive "mistakes." This would seem to put Pilot in an awkward
position when it comes to the 1964 ...



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