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Amway is organized crime?

Posted: Tue Mar 18, 2014 11:54 pm
by Arthur Rubin
According to G Robert Blakey's report, anyway. Of course, Blakey is an expert working for the plaintiffs in P&G v. Amway (Case H-972384, S D Texas, Houston Division), so his reports might be, well, biased. :shock:

Re: Amway is organized crime?

Posted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:26 am
by Judge Roy Bean
Arthur Rubin wrote:According to G Robert Blakey's report, anyway. Of course, Blakey is an expert working for the plaintiffs in P&G v. Amway (Case H-972384, S D Texas, Houston Division), so his reports might be, well, biased. :shock:


Sorry, but the link is broken - not a 404 error, just a nothing page. :(

Edit: Patience is in the eye of the waiter; it took two minutes and eventually downloaded 39 pages. :roll:

Re: Amway is organized crime?

Posted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 6:48 am
by JamesVincent
Might not be what the OP was talking about but.....

http://www.npros.com/press/2014/5/27/3228/amway-india-ceo-arrested.htm

The chairman and CEO of Amway India, William S Pinckney, was placed under arrest on Tuesday in connection with a complaint against the multilevel marketing firm.

Andhra Pradesh Police said the CEO was apprehended on Monday and was brought in on a warrant. The arrest was based on a complaint alleging unethical circulation of money through Amway's operations.