Tyson Foods Managers Bet Money on How Many Workers Would Contract COVID, Encouraged Them to Work While Sick: LAWSUIT
A shocking wrongful death lawsuit filed in Waterloo, Iowa tied to COVID infections at a Tyson Foods meat processing plant alleges that supervisors organized a betting pool to wager on how many employees would contract coronavirus, and then encouraged workers to come to work while sick.
More than 1,000 workers contracted the virus and five died, the Iowa Capital Dispatch reports.
One allegations in the lawsuit: “In mid-April, around the time Black Hawk County Sherriff Tony Thompson visited the plant and reported the working conditions there ‘shook [him] to the core,’ plant manager Tom Hart organized a cash-buy-in, winner-take-all, betting pool for supervisors and managers to wager how many plant employees would test positive for COVID-19.”
Here is the evil man himself, Tom Hart. May the ghosts of
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