Pilots scam Continental in fake divorces

turbodriver

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And???

CAL would have found a way to take their pension before retirement with shady tactics anyway. That's just as criminal and management gets away with it.

Good on them for screwing management (at least trying) before management screwed them......
 

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And???

CAL would have found a way to take their pension before retirement with shady tactics anyway. That's just as criminal and management gets away with it.

Good on them for screwing management (at least trying) before management screwed them......
I agree with turbo...you know damn well the executives will be leaving someday with millions for themselves! Using bk to take our retirements...the execs can go buck themselves!
 

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CAL would have found a way to take their pension before retirement with shady tactics anyway. That's just as criminal and management gets away with it.

Good on them for screwing management (at least trying) before management screwed them......
These pilots are criminals, pure and simple. We had a somewhat well-known case at DAL very similar to these. What you "enablers" on this message board don't understand is not only did these pilots steal from the company, they also stole from every pilot on the seniority list. I don't mean just in a general "stealing from the company is ultimately from all of us, blah blah blah" but in a DIRECT way. My own pension at DAL (what is left of it) is now going to be about $50 a month less once I retire, for the rest of my life, due to such theft.

But hey, if you think we should willfully adopt the same mindset as thieving mgmt, I hope you feel better.
 

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"So... divorces aren't legal in Texas?"


Well, it was later found that they continued having sex after recieving their lump sums, and that was when the plan began to unravel.

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Not only did these pilots steal from the company, they also stole from every pilot on the seniority list.
You don't get it. These pilots were owed that money. It was theirs. They were rightfully worried the company was going to steal it from THEM so they figured a way to make an "early withdrawal". Maybe not legal but they were NOT stealing from the company any more than withdrawing money early from your IRA is stealing from the bank.
 

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Its not theirs till they retire...I don't like it either but thats the law, they knew it and broke it. Now they are going to pay for their short sightedness (sp?)
 

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"So... divorces aren't legal in Texas?"


Well, it was later found that they continued having sex after recieving their lump sums, and that was when the plan began to unravel.

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There was probably MORE sex AFTER the divorce than before....:pimp:
 

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At least one of them was over 60 anyway so he should have just retired. I agree its their money but they were trying to get it while they stayed past 60 and mooch of the company a few more years with pilots on the street. :cool:
 

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Ummmm

What do you expect from a bunch of scabs?
 

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This just in:

" Airlines Scam Pilots In Fake Management Scheme "

May 23, 2009 (Houston Debacle News - McScratchy-Tribune Information Services via COMDEX) -

Hundreds, if not thousands, of clowns have invaded the ranks of airline management over the past decade or so and have posed as competent, qualified, individuals capable of running a large corporation.

During this same time period hundreds of millions of dollars in pilot pensions have been stolen ( via the bankruptcy process ) after the poseur clowns drove the companies they had invaded into the dirt.

Many of the clowns escaped with millions of their own intact. In one incident over thirty clowns were seen escaping with their bags of money in a very small car...."



Whateva. Bad Ju-Ju goes both ways.


YKW
 
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Hahaha
 

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This scam has screwed legit pilots hard. Guys whose wives are bailing get a judgement against them, ask the CP about it, and are told "you'll be fired." Real nice.
 

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CAL would have found a way to take their pension before retirement with shady tactics anyway. That's just as criminal and management gets away with it.

Good on them for screwing management (at least trying) before management screwed them......

They didn't screw management at all! They screwed each and every one of us who are still in the plan!

They are dirty selfish, cheatin' scumbags, who should be left on the side of the road to rot. They tried to get there money before their rightful time, thereby bypassing everyone else who work within the system fairly.

Repeat they were not "sticking" it to the airline but to ever other pilot in the plan. If some sees these persons, they should be scorned and ridiculed, for the scumbags they are.
 

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They didn't screw management at all! They screwed each and every one of us who are still in the plan!

They are dirty selfish, cheatin' scumbags, who should be left on the side of the road to rot. They tried to get there money before their rightful time, thereby bypassing everyone else who work within the system fairly.

Repeat they were not "sticking" it to the airline but to ever other pilot in the plan. If some sees these persons, they should be scorned and ridiculed, for the scumbags they are.
Well that just sums up the definition of senior pilots
 

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Ok, then.

Let management take your money and run while you get nothing.

I'm convinced more and more that pilots like to learn things the hard way...
 

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"I'm convinced more and more that pilots like to learn things the hard way..."

Turbo, everyone learns things the hard way. Just look at where the country is right now. Pilots (like batteries) are simply included.
 

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So someone has legally divorced their wife. She legally receives the pension. They legally remarry.

Sounds legal to me.

There sure are many Halos hanging over some of this threads posters.
 
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