Target Suing Man Who Saved Teen Girl from Stabbing in Its Store

In 2013, everyone agreed that Michael Turner saved the life of a teenaged girl who was attacked in a Pennsylvania Target store.

Now, Target is suing him.

  • Ron MacDonald

    It will be thrown out of court, good Samaritans are never convicted.

  • Exile1981

    It’s ad PR to sue a Samaritan.

  • Some real geniuses in that PR department.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    This is an excellent example of why to never hire nor promote SJWs.
    They will run that company into the ground before they admit they are wrong.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I’m starting to suspect that the CEO has taken a short selling stake of yuge proportions and is acting recklessly to increase it’s value.

      • Justin St.Denis

        I wondered something similar. Is this a strategy to bankrupt Target officially, secretly enriching a few insiders and bumfucking their own shareholders?

  • DMB

    The guy should claim he wanted to use the woman’s bathroom and he saved her because he was in her way. Having said that Target U.S.A. is in major trouble. With the complete and total collapse of Target Canada losing billions of dollars the management in Target U.S.A. seems to be working as hard as they can to achieve the same results. With their recent announcement of allowing men to use the woman’s washrooms the amount negative publicity they have been receiving is huge to the point were Target’s stock price is plummeting.

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      And it looks good on them. Assholes.

  • No good deed, ect.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    I’m so glad Target went down the crapper in Canerduh. I’m hoping they’ll do the same in the Excited States.

  • simus1

    Target is probably just being led around by the nose by their insurance company.

    Birds of a feather.

  • Cat-astrophe

    Blatant discrimination. She can use our facility any time she is here. She can even work out in just a cotton sports bra if she wanted.

  • vimy

    well thats a stupid way of trying to recoup their loses of the last month or so.