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Originally posted by Zarniwoop
While there may be some truth to his story, and there is probably a larger issue with weapons, Timmins has at least one failed attempt prior to this to throw a company he worked for under the bus.
Since most probably skipped over it, here is his failed lawsuit against a company he worked for in 2000...
In short, he...
1. Had a disagreement over full-time vs. seasonal employment status.
2. Made allegations of food safety violations in conjunction with his work hours complaint.
3. Did not give specific details (dates/times) of alleged violations in order to aid the company with an investigation.
4. Told customers, a Senator, the USDA and several other organizations about the alleged violations
In this case, the court ruled he was being a royal pain in the arse and was just plain and simple in the wrong.
It is not a stretch of the imagination to assume he had a similar disagreement with Compass ISS and is making these allegations up to get back at them. That might also explain why he is getting little or no traction with his complaints.
I'm hoping more details arise to substantiate some of his claims, but I doubt that they will considering how much time has passed since him being fired.
Firstly I discovered that he has tried in the past to sue his old employers when he worked as a meet inspector and he was unsuccessful
Unfortunately the website requires you to register if you want to view more than a few pages
Illegally detaining, Kidnapping and assaulting their own staff is not uncommon so if you intend to work for them best you write down any possible problem and get verifiable evidence just in case you end up down the road or being detained by the authorities.
I have also seen some legal websites that refer to a case in which Mr Timmons has attempted to unsuccessfully sue Compass ISS for unfair dismissal, again he was unsuccessful.
If you also read the posts of a member called “KiwiRanger” he seems to have some interesting perspective on Mr Timmons claims regarding his “unfair dismissal”.
What I really want here is for Springer to address the points I have raised.
We will be doing a FOIA (Freedom Of Information Act) inquiry into everything we can on this case and will update this thread as we gain new information.
So this Kiwiranger person states that Timmons was kidnapped because he lost the plot. Doesn't it seem odd that a company would kidnap one of it's employees?
I then also found something interesting on a thread used by guys working in close protection about Compass ISS. There Ben Timmons has posted a short post about his treatment, the kidnapping for example (although nothing about the weapons). Another member who calls himself “Kiwiranger” responds by accusing Mr Timmons of “losing the plot” and states this is because he was suffering due to his mental health which he was being medicated for and challenges him quite clearly stating that the reason for his “kidnapping” was because he “lost the plot on the base”.