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Friday, November 27, 2009

Blind Loyalty

Many companies are looking for that loyal employee and it appears that a businessman in South Florida has hit the jackpot with a once in a lifetime find. Claudia De La Rosa will undoubtedly win the employee of the year award for her brave and selfless act of calling in a bomb threat to delay the take off of her boss's flight thereby giving her dear leader time to to catch his plane. Yes, all you ungrateful workers out there, take notice of this fearless lady, who put her freedom in jeopardy to help her boss. Seldom in the history of this country has such a worker stepped forward. Claudia has given us a new meaning of fidelity to company and boss. The high standards set by this exemplary employee will no doubt catch the attention of the President who is indebted to such blind loyalty from his many followers. Yes, there is something to be learned here.

A South Florida woman has been charged with calling in a bomb threat to keep her boss from missing a flight.

An arrest reports says 31-year-old Claudia De La Rosa was charged Thursday with making a false report of planting a bomb.

Miami International Airport officials received a call and an e-mail Wednesday claiming that a bomb was on an American Airlines plane. Police searched the specified aircraft but didn't find a bomb.

Investigators tracked the e-mail to De La Rosa's computer.

During questioning, De La Rosa reportedly told police that her boss had been booked on the flight to Honduras, but she had caused him to be late for the flight. She thought the bomb threat would give her boss time to make it.

De La Rosa was being held on $7,500 bail. Source FOX News

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