Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Because That's Where The Money Is
The family of a slain family sues the murderer's employer for not preventing the murders:
    The Joyce Meyer Ministries did too little to prevent its security manager, Christopher Coleman, from alledgedly murdering his wife and two sons, according to an addition filed Monday to a wrongful-death lawsuit.

    The suit, filed here on behalf of Sheri Coleman's family, now seeks damages "in excess of $50,000" from the international television ministry as well as Coleman.

    It suggests the killings might not have occurred if the ministry had followed its own guidelines and better investigated anonymous threats against Coleman and his family.
How does that make you feel, employers? You're now responsible for preventing murders.

Also, how do you think this will impact hiring of ex-convicts?

To say Noggle, one first must be able to say the "Nah."