Friday, June 16, 2017


NP:    The documents say members of the Local 301 executive who opposed decisions made by Racette’s team faced threats and intimidation, with at least two suffering serious health effects as a result.“People who opposed the team in charge suffered acts of sabotage on their cars that could have had monumental consequences for their safety and those of the cars’ occupants,” the court documents say, specifying that wheel nuts were loosened.
Racette had GPS devices secretly placed on the cars of some of her executive members for surveillance purposes, the documents say.

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