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  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Oct 5, 2013 2:58 PM Flag

    Why DuPont Leaders Will Settle Imprelis Lawsuits & Evade Trials

    Protection of the Imperial Empress of Imprelis is Foremost


    Good Afternoon, Bonjour, Guten Tag,

    Readers, September 27, 2013 has come and gone. That was the date on which the U. S. District Court of Eastern Pennsylvania was supposed to give its final blessing to the Imprelis Settlement for tens of thousands of Imprelis litigants in that one particular class action (there are a multitude of other Imprelis claims in other courts throughout the land). We have not seen any announcements of final settlement in the media. Have you? Did too many Imprelis victims reject the settlement and the stingy and restrictive offers of DuPont's truculent Management?

    One thing you can be sure of: DuPont's in-house army of little lawyers from little known schools will scurry about to make sure these cases do not go to full-blown trial. Why?, you may ask. Well, they simply do not want to expose Ms. Kullman, the DuPont Chieftess who commanded what is the largest, most costly new product failure and ensuing environmental disaster in 21st century corporate America, to being subpoenaed and compelled to testify about this massive, multi-$billion consumer FRAUD. A tad bit embarrassing we would say. Nor does the imperious Empress of Imprelis want to have any of her henchmen and henchwomyn involved in this colossal fiasco testifying in open court. So settlement, it is. But the longer Fortress Wilmington can push back settlement, kick the legal can down the road, the longer free cash flow can be preserved.

    Stay tuned for more Imprelis capers.

    Merely THE WEAK IN REVIEW digitally penned by one individual investor and long-time student of the
    ethically and scientifically deficient DuPont...funfun..

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