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CHRISTOPHER GALE QUATTLEBAUM SUDDENLY BECAME UPSET AND PULLED OUT A KNIFE. QUATTLEBAUM THEN SLASHED TWO OF THE VEHICLE’S TIRES AND ATTEMPTED TO STAB HIS 66- YEAR-OLD GRANDFATHER. QUATTLEBAUM WAS BOOKED ON THE CHARGES OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON, BATTERY TOUCH OR STRIKE, AND TWO COUNTS OF CRIMINAL MISCHIEF. NEW TONIGHT, AS WALMART MOVES TO PHASE OUT ITS FAMILIAR BLUE- VESTED “GREETERS” AT SOME 1,000 STORES NATIONWIDE, DISABLED WORKERS WHO FILL MANY OF THOSE JOBS SAY THEY’RE BEING ILL-TREATED BY A CHAIN THAT STYLES ITSELF AS COMMUNITY- MINDED AND INCLUSIVE. WALMART TOLD GREETERS AROUND THE COUNTRY LAST WEEK THAT THEIR POSITIONS WOULD BE ELIMINATED ON APRIL 26 IN FAVOR OF AN EXPANDED, MORE PHYSICALLY DEMANDING “CUSTOMER HOST” ROLE. TO QUALIFY, THEY WILL NEED TO BE ABLE TO LIFT 25-POUND PACKAGES, CLIMB LADDERS AND STAND FOR LONG PERIODS. NOW WALMART, AMERICA’S LARGEST PRIVATE EMPLOYER, IS FACING A BACKLASH AS CUSTOMERS RALLY AROUND SOME OF THE CHAIN’S MOST VISIBLE AND BELOVED

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