Nordstrom’s

In between moving house I found myself with a little time and as I’m also in the process of another case decided to put my thoughts down. I expect the truth and in the USA as many places justice is not only blind but dumb. I took Nordstrom to the feds and they agreed to represent me, however through some manipulation behind the scenes I was left to fight the case myself while they hired one of the biggest firm of attorneys in Texas Strasbourg. Kim Young their lead attorney was/is an attractive blond woman and in my usual unconventional way I communicated outside of court and as they say come into my parlour said the spider to the fly, I the fly went into the web, and what a web it was. My case was fought on discrimination sex,age etc. They were and are wholly wrong in what they did and had commited what was a serious breach of the law. Their chairman Eric Nordstrom could well have found himself in prison, maybe thats why on the day of the hearing they flew staff in from all over the US, I stood alone’.

Now I’m a big boy and am happy to fight the bigger boy’s but I have to admit to being a bit naive in my quest for justice. The little people don’t count to the big boy’s but social media is levelling the field. this is just one of the notes I found from the time and was really the final straw that affected 2 young kids …

1st  occasion little girl 3-4 left at door Mother walked away to her car, the little girl was crying, I followed the mother and waved to her telling her to come back she reversed the car and told her daughter to come to the car across the busy lot which she did under my observation.

2nd occasion a young boy 8-9 was left in foyer to the store, I saw him and asked if he was OK he was sitting on the floor in the corner with a black eye and clearly distressed, I said come inside the store he said he couldn’t he’d been told to stay there. 15 minutes later still there, customers also concerned. I called Loss Prevention for a lady to come. She came and sat with the boy still no mother. I explained to shoe dept. manager our responsibilities he said he didn’t know what to do. I explained the DFPS regulations still no response. I clocked off and said I would do it as an individual then. Then LP lady calmed boy down then the mother turned up apparently 45 minutes later and LP let them go, she said she was concerned about the child and said there was clearly something wrong. I have experience of child abuse having worked with many at-risk kids.

I will continue this post in part 2 but for now enough is enough, and I have hundreds of documents to post involving communications from Nordstom’s directors. Namaste the truth is out there.

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