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Walmart Admits Mistake, Offers to Rehire ‘Good Samaritan’ Employee [VIDEO]

Kristopher Oswald may once again be an employee at the Hartland, Michigan Walmart that fired him last week. Walmart says it has reviewed the facts, and understands that Oswald’s intentions were good when he supposedly broke company policy by assisting a customer who was being attacked in the parking lot.

So has Walmart really “reviewed the facts” or are they simply trying to recover from the public relations nightmare that developed when Oswald’s termination gained national attention?

The Good Samaritan has not yet decided whether or not he will accept Walmart’s job offer.

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