This comes after the plant released a memo telling workers they could stay home if they felt uncomfortable working. Protestors wrote a formal complaint earlier this week to the National Labor Relations Board because Sensata threatened if the protests continue, it would shut the plant down immediately. "I was supposed to be done in a week and a half anyways" says Tom Gaulrapp, an employee at Sensata whose job will be outsourced to China. "So, after 33 years, that may have been the last time I'm going to be in that plant. So, on that count it was very sad because you see people leave that you don't know if you're ever going to see them again."
Rev. Jesse Jackson, who police arrested yesterday at the protestor camp of "Bainport", will be back again on Monday.