This is a photo of the effigy that was hung by a time clock at the UPS hub in Lexington. The photo was introduced at trial in the UPS suit in Fayette Circuit Court. This photo was provided by Luke Morgan, one of the attorneys for the eight plaintiffs who sued UPS.
This is a photo of the effigy that was hung by a time clock at the UPS hub in Lexington. The photo was introduced at trial in the UPS suit in Fayette Circuit Court. This photo was provided by Luke Morgan, one of the attorneys for the eight plaintiffs who sued UPS. Photo courtesy of Luke Morgan
This is a photo of the effigy that was hung by a time clock at the UPS hub in Lexington. The photo was introduced at trial in the UPS suit in Fayette Circuit Court. This photo was provided by Luke Morgan, one of the attorneys for the eight plaintiffs who sued UPS. Photo courtesy of Luke Morgan

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