Workers pour into letters to NWA bankruptcy judge
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Jim Ward knew the paperwork was piling up in Northwest Airlines Corp.'s bankruptcy file.
But on top of the thousands of pages of court documents Ward added his own -- an emotional, handwritten letter to judge Allan Gropper that rails against Northwest managers and the mistakes Ward believes led them into bankruptcy. He even invited Gropper to visit the Twin Cities to see the impact on laid-off workers like him.
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