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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Walmart Closings -Mysterious Plumbing Issues Related To DHS Underground Tunnel Network ?

Walmart has announced the closing of several stores 
supposedly to repair "plumbing problems". 
The stores were closed with only 2 hours notice to 
employees, and reportedly, even store managers 
were not told ahead of time about the closings.
According to reports, full time employees are 
to receive two months' pay. 
What makes this so MYSTERIOUS is the fact
that in the past, walmart has instructed plumbing
(and all other) contractors to make any necessary
repairs in such a way as to minimize the time
that customers would be inconvenienced and/or
stores needed to be closed, but in this case, all
five stores were closed  simaltaneously and will 
be closed for approxamately 6 months. 
Very MYSTERIOUS, Walmart.
Something is fishy in DC and Bentonville ?

From the Business Insider:

Wal-Mart suddenly closed 5 stores and laid off thousands of workers and no one knows why

Wal-Mart suddenly closed five stores in four states on Monday for alleged plumbing problems.
The closures could last up to six months and affect roughly 2,200 workers in Texas, California, Oklahoma, and Florida, CNN Money reports.
Wal-Mart employees say they were completely blindsided by the news, having been notified only a couple hours before the stores closed at 7 p.m. Monday.
"Everybody just panicked and started crying," Venanzi Luna, a manager at a store in Pico Rivera, California, told CNN Money. 
All workers will receive paid leave for two months. After that, full-time workers could become eligible for severance, according to CNN Money. But part-time workers will be on their own. 
Local officials and employees have questioned Wal-Mart's reasoning for the closures.
According to ABC News, "no plumbing permits have been pulled in any of the five cities where the stores were suddenly closed for at least six months." The cities where locations were closed include: Brandon, Florida; Pico Rivera, California; Livingston, Texas; Midland, Texas; and Tulsa, Oklahoma.
(More @ link)