She and the Chipper Jones hit like Chipper coach shirt and by the same token and manager would load the clothes into the car. The manager would roll the racks back and finish her “dock check” heading back to the floor. This was before doors had computers to log when they were opened. This wouldn’t work today. There was a security camera with a feed that transferred to DVD but security would have had to watch each tape one at a time for multiple doors instead of watching the floor on a night they were working. This went on for 6 months. The three of them were caught when one of the thieves got into an argument with the manager who was part of the “steal crew.” In retaliation to being treated unfairly by that manager, she stormed into the operations office and confessed to the 6 months worth of crime the three of them committed as a group. In that kind of scam, they would take the clothes to a flea market —sell it for maybe 25 cents or less on the dollar to a vendor. They probably didn’t make much money at all given how much they took. They split it three ways. In addition, 25 plus years later I am bet they all have larceny on their criminal record which would disqualify them from much of the job market. The judge then went into a tirade that lasted at least five minutes, telling the expert that his job was to be an aid to the court and the jury and that instead had biased his opinion just to benefit the party who had hired him. The judge went on and on about how dishonest this was and told the expert to “step down, sir, step down and leave this courtroom,” and then told the jury to completely disregard everything this “so-called expert” had said. Final note: Court reporters protect their judges when they can. In this case, the transcript presented a different and very abbreviated version of this event. In the official transcript, my law partner makes his motion and the judge replies, “The motion to strike is granted. The last two times no one responded so we closed the flight and focused on 343. Shortly after my supervisor had asked for 699 passengers the last time a family of four joined the line. I noticed them because I’d just come from getting a wheelchair for a passenger and almost bumped into one of the children on my way back to the checkin counter.