Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I work at a nuclear facility for an Energy Department project and would like to "blow the whistle" on some unsafe practices. However, I hear that if you blow the whistle, the contractor I work for will banish me to an office in the basement with no windows. Is this true, or is it just an urban legend from the movie "The Office"?
Answer: Sorry, but it is true. (The Federal Diary, After complaint, he landed in basement)
2) Question: I work at Walmart. I see a woman actually trying to make meth in the back of the store near the restrooms with ingredients she grabbed in the store! She has lithium and drain cleaner laid out and she is mixing stuff up. This was not covered by the training. What should I do?
Answer: Call the police and be careful, as some of those ingredients will burn you. (Tulsa World, Woman arrested after reportedly trying to make meth inside Walmart)
3) Question: My mom's boyfriend found a naked photo of me on my cell phone. To "teach me a lesson," he used my phone to send a text, including the naked photo, out to all of the people in my phone's contacts!! This cannot be legal, can it?
Answer: It is not legal, and he could be arrested for sexual exploitation of a minor. (AZFamily.com, Man arrested for texting naked photo of girlfriend's daughter)
Posted by Bruce Carton on December 9, 2011 at 02:31 PM | Permalink
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