I will also no longer shop there as well. I'm not a fan of theft either, we all have to pay for it. But with theft there could at least be reason; I know I would steal bread to feed my child if I was in a situation where that had become my only option. I know nothing of the thief's back story or the loss prevention "officer." However, I do know that, considering the relative sizes and strengths of the "officer" vs. the woman pinned to the concrete with a knee to her neck, there is no possible way that extreme level of force was necessary. Then, after using that much force to prevent theft, he goes and tries to intimidate and STEAL a camera from a bystander? Are you fu*$ing kidding me? That sounds a lot like anger management issues to me, not a good thing for that line of work. We will "investigate it fully" says the Co-op store manager. Sounds like he missed out on a career in politics.
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Jun 23, 2016
vol XXVII issue 25
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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