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PG&E Pleads Guilty in Camp Fire Trial

84 counts of involuntary manslaughter tied to California utility PG&E entered its plea Tuesday in Butte County Superior Court related to its role in the 2018 Camp Fire in Northern California. In accordance with the agreement PG&E reached in March 2020 with the Butte County District Attorney, the company pleaded guilty to 84 counts of […]

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“Guilty, Your Honor”

UAW’s Gary Jones admits to racketeering and embezzlement, joins 14 others Gary Jones, former president of the United Auto Workers, confessed to racketeering and embezzlement charges Wednesday as part of a federal probe investigating corruption between the longstanding Detroit-based union and Fiat Chrysler. The union, officially known now as the United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural […]

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PG&E Found Guilty

California’s largest utility obstructed investigation; punishment¬†lenient Leaks, hazy visuals, and misleads? Sounds like a typical publicized trial. Except in this case, none of those are puns. Pacific Gas & Electric, California’s largest public utility, bore the weight of related missteps on Tuesday when a federal jury convicted the company of¬†obstructing investigators and of five counts […]

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