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* The [[Seretech Decision]]
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* '''January 8:''' The Teamsters Union rejects the New York government's final contract offer and ratifies strike action.<ref>{{src|swa}} pg. 8</ref>
** A 3-month truckers' strike causes food riots in [[New York City]].
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* '''February 2:''' The Canadian government pushes the Dene First Nations tribe off the land they had claimed, ignoring their pending land claim, for further business development.<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
** When a mob attacks a [[Seretech]] truck hauling infectious medical wastes in the mistaken belief that it carries food, Seretech security forces use lethal force to protect it. Twenty Seretech employees and 200 rioters are killed.
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* '''April 12:''' A mob attacks a [[Seretech]] medical research truck in [[New York City]]. Twenty Seretech employees and two hundred civilians are killed in the ensuing riot.<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
** The [[USA|US]] Supreme Court upholds Seretech's actions as being responsible for saving thousands of lives, rather than costing hundreds. The decision sets a precedent encouraging the creation of private corporate security forces.
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* '''May 6:''' State and federal governments sue [[Seretech]] for criminal negligence over the New York City riots.<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
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* '''October 26:''' ''United States vs. Seretech Corporation'': The US Supreme Court [[Seretech Decision|finds that corporations have the right to maintain a private army]].<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
 
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Revision as of 08:50, March 20, 2015

Decades:
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  • January 8: The Teamsters Union rejects the New York government's final contract offer and ratifies strike action.[1]
  • February 2: The Canadian government pushes the Dene First Nations tribe off the land they had claimed, ignoring their pending land claim, for further business development.[2]
  • April 12: A mob attacks a Seretech medical research truck in New York City. Twenty Seretech employees and two hundred civilians are killed in the ensuing riot.[3]
  • May 6: State and federal governments sue Seretech for criminal negligence over the New York City riots.[4]
  • October 26: United States vs. Seretech Corporation: The US Supreme Court finds that corporations have the right to maintain a private army.[5]

References

  1. o34954845Sixth World Almanac pg. 8
  2. Ibid.
  3. Ibid.
  4. Ibid.
  5. Ibid.
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