Gibson CEO Says Feds Told Him Problems Would ‘Go Away’ if Labor Was Outsourced to Madagascar

Jonathon M. Seidl
The Blaze
9/1/2011

The tale of the Gibson guitar raid — the one focused on the legendary guitar maker’s alleged importation and use of illegal wood — has taken an odd turn. Now CEO Henry Juszkiewicz is claiming the Feds told him that some of his problems “would go away” if the company used Madagascar labor.

In an interview with Beck radio affiliate KMJ 105.9 in Fresno, California, Juszkiewicz told host Chris Daniel that the government made the point “explicitly:”

CHRIS DANIEL:  Mr. Juszkiewicz, did an agent of the US government suggest to you that your problems would go away if you used Madagascar labor instead of American labor?

HENRY JUSZKIEWICZ:  They actually wrote that in a pleading.

CHRIS DANIEL:  Excuse me?

HENRY JUSKIEWICZ:   They actually wrote that in a pleading.

CHRIS DANIEL:  That your problems would go away if you used Madagascar labor instead of our labor?

HENRY JUSKIEWICZ:  Yes, yeah. They said that explicitly.

Gateway Pundit has the audio

…Juskiewicz joined Glenn Beck on radio Thursday to discuss more details about the raid — including how it went down — and about the investigations. He confirms and expounds upon his earlier comments as well as explains the implications of him moving his business:

Read the entire article at The Blaze.

CAJ note: Sounds like Holder’s DOJ learned everything they know from the Mafia or the Piranha Brothers. BTW…what ever happened to those New Black Panthers’ voter intimidation cases in which people’s civil rights were violated?…

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