Over a year ago, Walmart released a t-shirt displaying an exact duplicate of the Nazi 3rd SS Division Totenkopf. (Seriously, this is such a perfect copy that the SS, if they still existed, could sue for copyright infringement.) Once this fact was communicated to corporate headquarters, Walmart said it would remove all of the shirts immediately. The reality was much slower than “immediate,” but here it is, 62 weeks after the pledge to remove, and the shirts are still on sale in at least one store. The linked article raises the concern that if Walmart is this bad with Nazi paraphernalia, then how well does it handle product recalls?