When news became public that billionaire Robert A. Baruger had taken his last breath after a long battle with colon cancer, news of his death and a long biography of his life appeared in The New York Times and most other American newspapers. Baruger's immediate family were promptly informed. They consisted of two cold, greedy, immoral sons and their spoiled wives and six children attending elite boarding schools and universities. The funeral was held five days in a cemetery in the family section. before the will is released to the family. Next, Baruger's attorney called the closest family members for the will read at the late Hamptons mansion in New York City.
A few days later, at the appointed time and place, the two sons and their wives, along with only one child, arrived at the mansion for the reading. They were greeted by the personal staff of the billionaire who offered them their condolences. All gathered in the hallway entrance but were called to meet in the main living room. As they sat down, the brothers knew roughly what they would get out of their father's money, which was his billions in the same amount.
Estate attorney MG Harwell arrived fifteen minutes later with a black leather briefcase. He sat down at a table at the back of the living room and got the papers ready, especially the will he was about to read. Harwell began the meeting with a general introduction of himself and a brief but unnecessary reason why he was there – to officiate the reading of the will.
With the family seated, Harwell began to read the will:
"If you are listening to this, it means I am dead. I. Robert A Baruger, lived a stable and lucky life and I am blessed with a lot of what life has had to offer me. Sadly , I was disappointed in my family – two immoral sons Robert and Stanley and their poor wives apologies … "
The sons looked at each other with puzzled and angry looks on their faces. Their wives wore smug looks on their faces.
"But I am proud of my servants who have been with me every day. They have been faithful and took care of me in times of urgent need … That being said, I give each of Robert and Stanley a total of $ 1,000 each and my ten home staff, I give $ 10 billion to share equally among them. That's all I have to say. – Robert A. Baruger ".
The brothers watched the lawyer for five minutes, in silence, shock, and disbelief. The wives looked at each other with wide eyes. For the next five minutes, screams and screams echoed throughout the mansion. "His servants. They get all the money ??? !!!" The screams intensified considerably. They yelled obscenities at the lawyer and cursed the staff for receiving 'their' billions of dollars.
After the confusion, when the whole family was gone, all of Baruger's employees were invited into the living room and each was told that their employer's will said they would be receiving billions of dollars. All of them laughed because they couldn't believe it. In fact, the lawyer handed each of the staff members received a check already made out to each for $ 1 billion per person. But they just looked at each other in disbelief when their eyes spotted the upright. For the next half hour, they talked quietly and happily to each other. All of them admitted that they were worried about what they were going to do to make money after Mr. Baruger's death. They assumed most of them would leave and "scatter to the winds". They never expected to get that much money.
Everyone wondered what they would do with their money. Most of them had worked for Baruger for over twenty years, and few wanted to leave their employer's mansion; they felt very much at home there. Harwell stayed with them for a while to see if they had any questions about the will. Although everyone was excited to receive $ 1 billion, Harwell told them the two sons might try to sue them for the amount they were not receiving. But he told the staff not to fear them because the will was truly their employer's testimony that was legally coated with iron. Even so, the sons could come to Harwell and claim that the will was false. In fact, seconds later, Harwell received a text from the sons, stating that they would "stop at nothing to get revenge on" the lawyer and staff ".
Anxiety gripped Harwell, whose blood turned to ice, and warned staff with the message about what the sons wanted. The staff spoke to each other and they decided to fortify their mansion with millions of dollars of surveillance and ammunition in case the sons decide to threaten them at the mansion. When the press heard about the employees receiving most of Baruger's money at the billionaire's will, in addition to being threatened by the sons, the news was covered in most American newspapers. It was also reported that employees decided to stay at the mansion and defend it with "millions of dollars" of surveillance and ammunition around the mansion, including sensors, video cameras as well as many types and sizes of mansion. Guns and rifles. In addition, the staff had installed electric fences and powerful tasers. According to the New York Times, Baruger's staff had been given a name: the "Lock N Load Billionaires".
The only news that wasn't widely covered, attorney Harwell reported, asked staff if he could live in the mansion with them, as his own unprotected home was also threatened by the son of Baruger.
Needless to say, over time the Baruger Mansion has grown to be the most fortified in the country.