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October 13, 2008 6:30 by


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  1. Ms. Fatema on October 13, 2008 8:02 am

    With regards to the ‘Thief caught red handed’ article of October 13, 2008; if the theifs broke into the warehouse to retrieve their UNPAID SALARIES, then how is that called robbery!!!

    The salaries are right of the workers, and it should be given to them on time.. Besides, these workers are paid menially, and hence should be paid on time. Thus, breaking into a warehouse, with the intention of taking something that is their right, then they shouldn’t be called Thiefs and nor should the act be called Robbery.

    Instead, the company should be prosecuted for not being able to pay its workers on time.


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