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Death of Kevin Flanagan

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Death of Kevin Flanagan

Kevin Flanagan was a computer programmer who worked for The Bank of America in Concord, California, USA and committed suicide by gunshot in the parking lot of the business.


Flanagan shot himself to death in the parking lot of Bank of America's Concord Technology Center after he and colleagues were laid off in April 2003.The lay-offs were due to the company's plan to replace many IT employees with H1B workers. The company had informed the laid-off employees they would be required to train their replacements for the remainder of their tenure.[1]

The Concord bank office has been the site of multiple protests over work practices.[2] In 2008 this site was put up for sale by BofA.[3]

See also


External links

  • The Kevin Flanagan Case, By¬†: Ellen Lee - Contra Costa Times from the Waybackmachine
  • Photos of Labor Day 2003 Kevin Flanagan Protest at the Bank of America site in Concord, California
  • FOX News story
  • Taboo - Information Week
  • SFGate article
  • BofA: Train your replacement, or no severance pay for you (SFGate 2006 article)

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