Hypothetical legal question

Discussion in 'Off-topic Political' started by Schweisshund, Feb 1, 2018.

  1. Schweisshund

    Schweisshund Well-Known Member

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    How much trouble would someone get into for applying for this position only to sabotage the organization from within?

    Asking for a friend

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  2. awanatech

    awanatech Well-Known Member

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    If your friend did make it throufh the interview phases and got hired, what repercussions besides being fired would there be? Of course, depending on how deep into the Democratic party this job gets, your friend could end up having an unexpected suicide.
     
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  3. a_springfield

    a_springfield Well-Known Member

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    He could fall on a knife 9 times or shot himself in the head twice
     
  4. Wheedle

    Wheedle Active Member

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    During a 'robbbery' where nothing is stolen?
     
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  5. Glockenator

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    Speaking of the latter, I once worked for a builder. He was found with a suicide note, with 3 shots to the head. Imagine if that had been real: BANG..."damn, I'm still alive"...BANG..."damn, I'm still alive"...BANG..."ahhhhhhh". And his wife was arrested soon thereafter. Moral of the story - don't screw around on your wife.
     
  6. UtiPossidetis

    UtiPossidetis American

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    Why do you think Comey wrote the exoneration of Shrillary? When reviewing her emails he found a draft of his own suicide note. Just sayin'.......
     
  7. Schweisshund

    Schweisshund Well-Known Member

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    How is Bill still alive?
     
  8. awanatech

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  9. gunsmoker

    gunsmoker Lawyer and Gun Activist

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    8EC65C0B-BAB4-4BB6-A946-EA2FA7FFE9F8.png You want to send a constitutional conservative to spy on, and sabotage, the Democrat party by tricking them into hiring you as an employee?
     
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  10. gunsmoker

    gunsmoker Lawyer and Gun Activist

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    A serious answer is this: an employee has the duty of loyalty to his employer. The employee also has a lifelong duty to maintain a former employer’s secrets and confidences.
    The breach of that duty through negligence will support a civil action for damages. But in intentional and malicious breach of that duty (like you’re describing) would support huge punitive damages.

    I don’t think the judgment could be discharged in bankruptcy either. It would be fundamentally unfair to allow such an intentional tortfeasor walk away from the court-ordered damage award.
     
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  11. a_springfield

    a_springfield Well-Known Member

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    The employer would have to show damages. How can a political party show damage? We did not win that election so we need all our money back? Is the democrat party a non profit? If so can they claim profit loss?
    The only loss I could see would be salary.
     
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  12. Schweisshund

    Schweisshund Well-Known Member

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    uh .. no ... no ... a "friend" .. not me. Yeah that's the ticket.
     
  13. Schweisshund

    Schweisshund Well-Known Member

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    I remember when the DNC tried to do the same thing to the Tea Party.
     
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  14. Craftsman

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    Does that "loyalty" include silence and non-cooperation when you clearly have evidence of a Federal Felony? Methinks not.
     
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