Brainstorming: Quote from News
Today, when I was reading news, I found some issues very similar with what Lampe Berger having rite now. So, let’s look at the following news.
Afghanistan, Iraqand Guantanamo
Detainee abuse, torture and killings implicate 600
"There were not just a few bad apples but it was in fact a systematic pattern of abuse," human right groups reported.
Human rights groups said Wednesday that allegations of detainee abuse, torture and killings have now implicated at least 600
U.S.military and civilian personnel deployed to the wars in Iraqand , as well as the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prison for terrorist suspects. Afghanistan
Those findings counter the Pentagon's assertion that Abu Ghraib was an aberration, according to a report compiled by the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, Human Rights Watch and Human Rights First.
"The abuses were widespread," said Joanne Mariner, Director of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism, Human Rights Watch, "There were not just a few bad apples but it was in fact a systematic pattern of abuse. So we documented 350 cases of credible allegations involving more than 460
personnel and more than 600 detainees." US
In response to similar criticism over the past two years, Pentagon officials have defended the Defence Department's response to the Abu Ghraib abuse, calling it one of the most closely scrutinised matters in the history of the military.
Only a fraction - 40 people - have been sentenced to prison time for the abuse, according to the report by the human rights groups.
The groups said they researched and analysed tens of thousands of pages of government documents, interviews with witnesses and victims and previous Pentagon probes into the abuse.
Basic doctrine of military law is that commanders are responsible for the act of their subordinates," says Mariner, "So we should be seeing some kind of high level accountability or even mid-level accountability, but that is just not happening."
Lampe Berger, of course we can not accusing all of them being the unethical ones. I personally do believe that within that company still held a bunch of distributors that are doing the business honestly. But after reading through tons of negative feedback from the community, I began to concerns about the dominating group in Lampe Berger’s business.
Ethical Distributors Vs. Unethical Distributors
Which side is the majority? I don’t have exact figures, so I won’t be pin pointing anything. I just want to share a thought where I got from the quote:
"There were not just a few bad apples but it was in fact a systematic pattern of abuse,"
What if there are systematic pattern of abuses in the Lampe Berger’s so call legitimate business? So, please spend more time investigating the legitimacy of the MLM business before joining them.
Anyway, I’m not giving any personal opinion on the post-warfare happening between
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