Adfreak reports more misbehaviour from Wal-mart:
According [to] this story in the South Florida Sun–Sentinel, a Wal-Mart consultant sent a letter to rural landowners that said if they refuse to sell their land, earmarked for a new, 925,000-square-foot distribution center, the company will ask the county to invoke eminent domain.
The ofﬁcial explanation was that this was a ‘miscommunication’, but even miscommunications have their origins from somewhere. Even if this was not Wal-mart’s eventual policy, it must have been considered to the extent that the letter was sent. Caveat emptor, America, not just of what you buy, but from whom you buy. Posted by Jack Yan, 11:24
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