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German Creek workers will today be joined by Scabby the Rat, who’s descended on Middlemount to take advantage of Anglo American’s mistreatment of workers and apply for a job at the German Creek mine.
CFMEU Mining and Energy Division Queensland District President Stephen Smyth said that the fight against Anglo American’s vicious and sustained attacks on workers had lured the opportunist Scabby to town.
Mineworkers and their families are increasingly concerned Anglo American will employ armed security guards to intimidate workers undertaking protected industrial action at the German Creek mine in Middlemount.
The CFMEU Mining and Energy Division has today confirmed it has written to Anglo American’s CEO, Mark Cutifani asking for assurances that proposed security guards employed by the company would not be armed, and would not follow or harass workers and their families. The CEO has refused to assure these measures will not be taken.
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