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Walmart supplied by Garment Factory where 112 Workers killed in Fire with Exit Doors Locked

 
DoorBert

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11/29/2012 06:20 AM

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Walmart supplied by Garment Factory where 112 Workers killed in Fire with Exit Doors Locked
The garment factory in Bangladesh where 112 people were killed in a fire had been making clothes for Wal-Mart, Disney, Sears and other major global retailers - some of whom say they thought they had stopped doing business with the place.

Amid the blackened tables and melted sewing machines at Tazreen Fashions Ltd., an Associated Press reporter discovered clothes and account books Wednesday that indicated the factory was used by a host of U.S. and European retailers.

Among the items discovered: children's shorts with Wal-Mart's Faded Glory label, hooded sweaters marked "Disney Pixar," shorts with hip-hop star Sean Combs' ENYCE tag, and sweaters from the French company Teddy Smith and the Scottish company Edinburgh Woollen Mill. Sears was among the companies listed in the account books.

On Wednesday, police arrested three factory officials suspected of locking in the workers who died in Saturday's blaze on the outskirts of Dhaka. Police Chief Habibur Rahman said the three will be questioned. He said the factory owner was not among those arrested.

About 1,400 people worked at the factory, about 70 percent of them women. Survivors said exit doors were locked, and a fire official said the death toll would have been much lower if the eight-story building had had an emergency exit.

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11/29/2012 06:21 AM
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Re: Walmart supplied by Garment Factory where 112 Workers killed in Fire with Exit Doors Locked
Yeah but its Bangladesh no one cares about Bang La Desh except bleeding hear Liberals.
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11/29/2012 06:22 AM
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Re: Walmart supplied by Garment Factory where 112 Workers killed in Fire with Exit Doors Locked
Proof DoorBert is a Liberal bleeding Heart sending money offshore for the NWO
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11/29/2012 06:29 AM
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Re: Walmart supplied by Garment Factory where 112 Workers killed in Fire with Exit Doors Locked
scraping the bottom of the barrel are we, trying to get that pin..
DoorBert (OP)

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11/29/2012 06:30 AM

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Re: Walmart supplied by Garment Factory where 112 Workers killed in Fire with Exit Doors Locked
scraping the bottom of the barrel are we, trying to get that pin..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2878521


Yup and it looks like you floated to the top
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11/29/2012 07:03 AM

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Re: Walmart supplied by Garment Factory where 112 Workers killed in Fire with Exit Doors Locked
Disney and Sears as well as Wal-mart used firetrap factory

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — Amid the ash, broken glass and melted sewing machines at what is left of the Tazreen Fashions Ltd. factory, there are piles of blue, red and off-white children’s shorts bearing Wal-Mart’s Faded Glory brand. Shorts from hip-hop star Sean Combs’ ENYCE label lay on the floor, along with a hooded Mickey Mouse sweatshirt from Disney.

An Associated Press reporter searching the Bangladesh factory Wednesday found these and other clothes, including sweaters from the French company Teddy Smith and the Scottish company Edinburgh Woollen Mill, among the equipment charred in the fire that killed 112 workers on Saturday. He also found entries in account books indicating that the factory took orders to produce clothes for Disney, Sears and other Western brands.

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