Monday, September 19, 2016

Kansas City 7th Heaven Music Store Confronts Lawsuit After Domestic Drama Homicide

Important follow-up after a local domestic tragedy and recent Kansas City murder: "The suit alleges that 7th Heaven was negligent in providing a safe work environment, in its hiring and supervision of employees, in failing to warn the victim she was in danger and in failing to promulgate and enforce safety protocols." 7th Heaven sued by parents of slain cashier

16 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Didn't take long for the "grieving" relatives to smell free money.

Anonymous said...

7th Heaven has never been safe.

Anonymous said...

Ummmmmmm, according to what I just read they are very liable.

Bob said...

8:18, I saw nothing in the attached article that would substantiate liability on the owner of the business (the perp's mom is another story). What did you read that makes you think there's liability?

Anonymous said...

Why isn't her children included in the lawsuit? Ask Stacy Shaw

Anonymous said...

Nothing,an employee confronted Bell when he entered the store and told him to leave , that takes the responsibility off the store.
Bell's mom phoned Cheri telling her that she deserves whatever happens she brought it on herself.
Theres no lawsuit against the store.

Anonymous said...

This suit wont last 20 minutes. Since when does an employer have to provide personal protection for a dumb broad who picks a psycho boyfriend? Get the fuck outta here!

Anonymous said...

The typical 7th Heaven Employee had never been known to make smart choices, but the manager failed to do her duty in a major way by not calling the police to protect the property, it's employees, or it's customers. She fully knew about her son's history if abusing Bland, as well as knowledge of Bland's attempts to keep herself and her baby safe. Because the manager fucked up and made a selfish choice which ultimately resulted in Bland dead, 7th Heaven is indeed liable. It happened on their property with a manager who was still working. Their fault for hiring a negligent fuckhead for a manager.

Anonymous said...

An effort designed to get a quick, out of court settlement.
I hope that Seventh Heaven tells them to go fuck off.

Anonymous said...

DENNY CRANE!

Anonymous said...

12:35--- Alan Shore. Thanks for the Boston Legal reference. Great program.

Anonymous said...

I thought I read the perp's mother WAS the store manager. Businesses are liable for what their managers do and don't do.

Anonymous said...

Next they will be seeking damages for running out of ass wipe in the john. When are these human DNA deficient moochers gonna get a clue about personal accountability.

Anonymous said...

Dear mudshark: don't play with snakes and be surprised when you get bit, or in this case, shot.

Anonymous said...

Mama ought to be sued for telling jr where she worked, but......she prolly don't have no money like 7th Heaven does

Anonymous said...

Rodney Bland? Didn't he get accused of a sexual assault?