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Can you believe that the can you believe the Department of Justice has sued Wal-Mart on behalf of former airman, Sean Thornton?

Allegedly, Wal-Mart violated the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 by failing to reinstate Thornton as a cashier at an Orange City store. The Act requires workers who leave their job to serve in the military be given their job back when they return.

Not a good look for Wal-Mart especially after the negative publicity from their attempt to take the insurance recovery from Debbie Shank, a former worker who is brain-damaged due to an automobile accident.