Lawsuit: Kentucky company used dirty ...

Lawsuit: Kentucky company used dirty tricks in attempt to get federal contract

There are 15 comments on the Lexington Herald-Leader story from Nov 9, 2011, titled Lawsuit: Kentucky company used dirty tricks in attempt to get federal contract. In it, Lexington Herald-Leader reports that:

A McCreary County company used dirty tricks to try to knock a competitor out of contention for lucrative U.S. military contracts, a federal lawsuit charges.

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Time is up

Whitley City, KY

#1 Nov 12, 2011
I knew it was a matter of time before His greater than thou attitude brought him down. This is just the stepping stone to investigations into all the $ he has recieved under "non-profit" so called organizations that have thickly padded his, family members, and brown nosers pockets. The bigger they think they are the harder they fall. The day of reckoning is coming.
meee

Oliver Springs, TN

#2 Nov 12, 2011
can't wait till KHDI gets caught up in this, if you hear let me know.
Karma

Oliver Springs, TN

#3 Nov 12, 2011
Time is up wrote:
I knew it was a matter of time before His greater than thou attitude brought him down. This is just the stepping stone to investigations into all the $ he has recieved under "non-profit" so called organizations that have thickly padded his, family members, and brown nosers pockets. The bigger they think they are the harder they fall. The day of reckoning is coming.
Ditto!!
meee

Oliver Springs, TN

#4 Nov 13, 2011
isn't this just about as good as having your name in lights above a restuarant. lmfao
Jim

Wartburg, TN

#5 Nov 13, 2011
How quick the masses forget the very great deeds J.C. Egnew did for so many people in this county. The donations, the employment, the overall improvement of Mccreary county. How the bottom feeders come to surface to shred the reputation of such a great man.
meee

Oliver Springs, TN

#6 Nov 13, 2011
hello the shirt factory paid minimum wage long before he got here , how come you didn't praise them.
Karma

Oliver Springs, TN

#7 Nov 14, 2011
Jim wrote:
How quick the masses forget the very great deeds J.C. Egnew did for so many people in this county. The donations, the employment, the overall improvement of Mccreary county. How the bottom feeders come to surface to shred the reputation of such a great man.
So you condone his temper tantrum because someone else actually get's a tent contract and he doesn't? Typical.

This 'great man' <guffaw> has dug his own hole with his God complex. He has run over uncountable people in this county to do his "great deeds" while he lined his pockets and probably yours as well, thats why you defend him. He has left a wake of destroyed lives, businesses, and employment opportunities of this county in his wake and all the while looking down his nose at the people that made him very wealthy.

His mistake was he is so arrogant he thinks he is above the law in this community and beyond.

Bottom feeders? That definition should have JC's name after it 'Jim'. Hold on to your hat pal the party's just gettin' started.
Get Real

Oliver Springs, TN

#8 Nov 14, 2011
Jim wrote:
How quick the masses forget the very great deeds J.C. Egnew did for so many people in this county. The donations, the employment, the overall improvement of Mccreary county. How the bottom feeders come to surface to shred the reputation of such a great man.
I still remember the good deeds Butch Spencer did for this community. I bet there are people who remember good deeds that Bernie Madoff did before he destroyed so many peoples lives. It seems to be a pattern that if you want to deceive and steal, just do some good things once in a while. Pablo Escabar built hospitals, librarys, homes for orphans, all the while he had tons of cocaine smuggled into this country. People who are dirty can afford to show some goodness.

I wish some of the people he did wrong around here would contact the attorneys for the lady he spied on. It would verify what kind of a man he is and she would win her lawsuit hands down.
Joe

United States

#9 Nov 17, 2011
Get Real wrote:
<quoted text>
I still remember the good deeds Butch Spencer did for this community. I bet there are people who remember good deeds that Bernie Madoff did before he destroyed so many peoples lives. It seems to be a pattern that if you want to deceive and steal, just do some good things once in a while. Pablo Escabar built hospitals, librarys, homes for orphans, all the while he had tons of cocaine smuggled into this country. People who are dirty can afford to show some goodness.
I wish some of the people he did wrong around here would contact the attorneys for the lady he spied on. It would verify what kind of a man he is and she would win her lawsuit hands down.
Well?????where the heck did everyone go?? Don't be on here bashing and then run a
Scared!!
hmmm

Greenville, SC

#12 Nov 18, 2011
lots of opinions

PLJ

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#15 Nov 21, 2011
JC has done well enough as an entrepreneur that he could have retired and moved on years ago. Yet he stays in business and fights to keep it going in order to provide his community with jobs, health insurance,..etc. I would bet those who think this bogus lawsuit is a good thing obviously doesn't understand the whole issue, and/or probably is one of those former employees or colleagues who are disgruntled or jealous of JC's accomplishments.
Simeone

Oliver Springs, TN

#17 Apr 25, 2012
When did this happen? and what is it's current status?
Timmo

Somerset, KY

#18 May 11, 2012
Oh man
Jane

United States

#19 Jun 26, 2012
Egnew asked the judge to dismiss the lawsuit. No luck. Off to court he is a going.
Simeone

Wartburg, TN

#20 Jul 8, 2012
Really? When is the court date? Would love to watch the circus! lol

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