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"The Nuremberg Code" states that no human being can ever be forced to participate in a medical experiment and a violation of the "The Nuremberg Code" is a crime against humanity, punishable by death.

You are directing the company (a "person" under law) to hire someone who has been identified as a likely threat to other workers at the business. As you are requiring those people to be exposed to a potentially fatal encounter, you are guilty of violating the Nuremberg code and have committed a crime against humanity. Get a *good* lawyer. Start with Rudy Guiliani. How could you lose?
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