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Woman berates pharmacy manager for calling police on black men shoplifting

A woman has berated a pharmacy store manager for calling police after two people were caught shoplifting – for one specific reason.

By Frank Chung | 18 September 2020

NEWS CORP — An activist in the US has filmed herself berating a pharmacy store manager for calling police on two black men caught shoplifting, saying they could have been killed.

Charity Sade, who describes herself as a “she/her comedian, writer, activist” and “public speaker teacher”, posted a series of videos on Twitter earlier this week after seeing two men being detained outside a CVS in Washington DC.

“I just stopped because I saw approx 6 MPD officers stopping 2 Black men & sat them on the curb. @cvspharmacy at 2226 Wisconsin Ave NW WDC, 20007, called the @DCPoliceDept 2 Black men that allegedly took items from the store,” she tweeted.

She continued, “One officer told one of the men that their other person’s freedom was dependent on him being quiet. This is violent. People know what happens when the police are called on Black folx! They value property over people.” […]

2 Comments on Woman berates pharmacy manager for calling police on black men shoplifting

  1. So you are supposed to let people steal you blind so a woman can feel better about herself. I wonder what she would do if she found them in her home? This woman would probably offer herself up to them.

  2. ” People know what happens when the police are called on Black folx! They value property over people.”

    Unlike the Black folx … who value people over property … right !?!

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