Henry Wilson had happily worked for his employer for eight years when Charles Dodd came along. Mr. Dodd was ambitious and in two years he overtook Mr.Wilson within the company ranks. Along the way he had also become condescending. One day Mr. Dodd catches a mistake in Wilson's work and tells him that he is going to bring it up with the boss. Mr. Wilson decides that he is going to put an end to any further interference with his livelihood.
"Statement of Employee Henry Wilson" was written by John Shaw. Suspense presented this story twice with the multi-talented Gene Lockhart in the role of Henry Wilson on both occasions. The first presentation was on November 2, 1943.
Three years later it was presented again, with some changes to the script on September 26, 1946.
(Image from author's collection)