Thursday, August 02, 2007
A car dealer in Georgia shot to death two employees because they asked him for raises, according to MSNBC.com. Apparently, he was having financial problems and just "snapped". All three were Lithuanian immigrants. One wonders if the boss's behavior was unconsciously influenced by an exaggerated foreign notion of what American businessmen are supposed to be like. If so, this absurd murder is a mirror to how we are seen overseas.
"Boss allegedly killed workers who wanted raises" from MSNBC.com