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Car dealerships are notoriously bad at complying with wage and hour laws, and the list of stories we have about dealers who found ways to minimize their payroll expenses and intimidate their employees is long and impressive. But Rolandas Milinavicius, the owner of an Atlanta area car dealership called RM Auto International, is clearly the worst of the lot. He murdered two employees who asked for pay raises. Milinavicius confessed to the murders, saying that the reason he committed them was because he was under a lot of stress.

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