What happens when a factory worker confronts the famous billionaire philanthropist who owns her company? Check out this video: “Warren Buffett’s Russell Athletic Lies about Death Threats against Workers”. Norma Mejia, along with 1800 fellow workers, was left jobless by Buffett’s Russell Athletic for exercising their freedom to form a union. These courageous workers spoke out for fair conditions in their Honduras factory, where Russell — the largest private employer in the country — produced apparel for U.S. universities. For their efforts to make the apparel industry fairer, they not only lost their jobs, but also received disturbingly serious death threats. See the video and let Norma explain it herself. Amazingly, Russell CEO John Holland won’t even acknowledge death threats ever happened, let alone taking responsibility for his company provoking the threats with its anti-union hostility. Russell’s labor practices in Honduras are notorious after their violations of workers’ Freedom of Association in multiple factories was brought to light by workers’ union, SITRAJERZEESH, and United Students Against Sweatshops. Together, the groups have succeeded in pressuring nearly 70 universities to stop doing business with Russell until they prove their commitment to the Freedom of Association. Russell is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, the holding company of billionaire philanthropist Warren Buffett. In the video, Norma confronts Buffett with the truth in front of thousands. Will Buffett stay silent as his own company lies about death threats against employees?