Business Man Shot for Being Non-Union

By:  Raven Clabough
08/17/2011
       
Business Man Shot for Being Non-Union

Further evidence that the unions have resorted to thuggery can be found in Ohio, where business owner John King was shot and almost killed for being non-union. While unions have been found to engage in shakedowns and bullying tactics, this most recent incident represents a new chapter in union thuggery.

Reports indicate that King had been harassed repeatedly prior to the shooting. Union thugs often threatened King with violence.

According to The Blaze:

John King owns one of Toledo’s largest non-union electrical contracting businesses. With 25 employees and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, King’s business reportedly often thrives while other unionized electrical contracting businesses fail due to their higher rates.

Further evidence that the unions have resorted to thuggery can be found in Ohio, where business owner John King was shot and almost killed for being non-union. While unions have been found to engage in shakedowns and bullying tactics, this most recent incident represents a new chapter in union thuggery.

Reports indicate that King had been harassed repeatedly prior to the shooting. Union thugs often threatened King with violence.

According to The Blaze:

John King owns one of Toledo’s largest non-union electrical contracting businesses. With 25 employees and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, King’s business reportedly often thrives while other unionized electrical contracting businesses fail due to their higher rates.

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