Should Shell be criminally investigated in the latest gas-theft death?

Did Shell "Know or could have reasonably been expected to know" serious injury could result by not having pre-pay only pumps?

FranchiseFool.com
September 30, 2012

Should Shell be criminally investigated in the latest gas-theft death?
Les Stewart

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Mr. Jayesh Prajapati, a 44 year-old Toronto gas attendant died while trying to prevent a gas-and-dash on September 15, 2012.

Sid Ryan, president of the Ontario Federation of Labour has created a hotline (800-668-9138) to gather information on these vulnerable workers. He calls on police to investigate the business model that resulted in 2 deaths in Ontario within 13 months in the petroleum retail franchise sector.

Click here to hear his 7:16 interview with the national public radio program, CBC's As it Happens.

Did Shell "Know or could have reasonably been expected to know" serious injury could result by not having pre-pay only pumps?

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