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Rod Kennedy was a difficult guy to get along with. But he was a good worker and had been with the company for quite a while. One afternoon Ed Fisher was working with three co-workers when Kennedy approached and got into a heated exchange with them. The encounter ended with Kennedy threatening that he would "have them killed."

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