Originally Posted by AphexDreamer
A female employee signed a contract to work with Halliburton.
In said contract she was to go to Iraq to work their and was promised a good place to stay.
She ended up be put in a place with all guys and got raped by the lot of them.
She went to sue but it didn't stand cause she signed an arbitration clause.
Our right to sue is slowly becoming a privilege of corporations.
there is something missing in that story. if she was promised a safe place to stay and was not provided one then she has a case. now if they never guaranteed her safety then yea she would have no case. she still however can file criminal charges against the men that raped her...