Well you can do any of the following.
1. Read the origional posting about their behavior as written in the GovExec online magazine (I'll make it easy a post the link here). http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/1105/111105lb.htm. Or you can read the Department of Justice's very own press release at http://www.usdoj.gov/opa/pr/2005/Oct...5_crt_579.html. Or you can read the Criminal Court Complaint (#CV5-1800) at http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/emp/documen...tesogcomp1.pdf, or you can read the Federal Court Decree concerning the case at http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/emp/documents/whitesogcd.pdf.
2. You can contact the Department of Justice and request a Freedom of Information act concerning the US vs S.O.G. Speciality Knives.
3. Contact S.O.G. themselves and if they hold to their past practices they will decline to comment and or deny any wrong doing (as they did right after they left the court house where they pled guilty and admitted to a federal judge that they were wrong.
If the listed links appear to be overkill....one thing I hate after over 25 years of serving my country in the military, civilian law enforcement and federal law enforcement is having my word questioned. To make a post such as I did disparing a company that has a history and reputation that they DID is not taken lightly. Ultimatly it is up to you where you spend your money. As for me (and all the folks on my team) SOG wont get a penny ever again.
One final comment (and re-edit). The court documents hold that Mr. Scott Sherwood a senior member of the managment team at SOG when informed that his actions violated the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) stated (they quote is the courts not mine) "I don't know anything about USERRA, nor do I care about it." Now that sounds like a company that respects and supports the military. WHOOAH!
Soldiers and dogs stay off the grass.