forgotmydamnusername: The US system isn't quite so rigged when you have Samsung-sized bank accounts to work with. That shiat only happens to the poors. But they're right, jurors are morons.
JosephFinn: Oh, Samsung.One day in March 2011, cars carrying investigators from Korea's anti-trust regulator pulled up outside a Samsung facility in Suwon, about 25 miles south of Seoul. They were there ready to raid the building, looking for evidence of possible collusion between the company and wireless operators to fix the prices of mobile phones.Before the investigators could get inside, security guards approached and refused to let them through the door. A standoff ensued, and the investigators called the police, who finally got them inside after a 30-minute delay. Curious about what had been happening in the plant as they cooled their heels outside, the officials seized video from internal security cameras. What they saw was almost beyond belief.Upon getting word that investigators were outside, employees at the plant began destroying documents and switching computers, replacing the ones that were being used - and might have damaging material on them - with others.Make sure to read the bits about Samsung's pleasant little habit of bribing government prosecutors as well.
forgotmydamnusername: But they're right, jurors are morons.
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