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Who Is Guarding the (Dictatorial) Guards?

The US Department of Justice has a newly expanded Responsible Corporate Officers Doctrine (aka the Park Doctrine). It will likely be used more and more often, to hold corporate executives..... This post Who Is Guarding the (Dictatorial) Guards? appeared first on Shooting Sports News.
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