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258/95–477, February 14, 1997; “$2 Million Punitive Award Won by Injured Employee,” Managing Risk, March 1997; and “IBP’s Appeal
of $2 Million Punitive Award Rejected,” Omaha World-Herald, October 7,1997
181 The IBP nurse called them “idiots” and “jerks”: Quoted in Wilson v IBP and Arndt, Iowa Supreme Court.
182 The company later paid him an undisclosed sum: See Morris, “Easy Prey.”
“The first commandment is that only production counts”: A transcript of Murphy’s testimony appears in Andreas, Meatpackers and Beef Barons, pp. 171–83.
little has changed since IBP was caught: For Ferrell’s side of the case, I have relied upon “Plaintiff’s Statement of Specific Disputed Facts
and Additional Material Facts,” Michael D. Ferrell v IBP, Inc., United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa, Western
Division, May 7, 1999.
183 IBP disputes this version: For IBP’s version of events, I have relied upon “Statement of Undisputed Facts in Support of Defendant’s
Motion for Summary Judgment,” Michae...
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