Big pension payouts threatened by Detroit crisis
An elite group of 13 city retirees has collected more than $1 million each in pension payouts, including former police chiefs Benny Napoleon and Isaiah "Ike" McKinnon, and could lose the most money if Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr succeeds in slashing benefits during the city's restructuring.
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#1 Jul 3, 2013
many of those excessive payout are not deserved.
They were stolen from tax payers in rigged union negotiations in which unions threatened strikes if they did not what the DEWMANDED.
Tax payers were never represented at the bargaining table and those promises should be ruled unfair and not paid.
Let them collect social security like the rest of the world.
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