There are many opinions on this...some will say she deserved it, some will say he was too excessive....unless we were there & saw the whole situation ensue, who are we to judge..
Could there have been a chance that she was fighting him back to resist arrest so he had no choice but to pin her down...possibly, could she have been on drugs and out of control, possibly...lots of possibilites.
Either way, a crime was committed and like caligirl2381 said "Don't steal if you don't want to get chased down and held to the ground"...we business owners are tired of handing over "freely" what we work so hard for.
How does loss get re-couped? Prices are raised. You should be thankful she was caught and to not shop at the Co-Op because a man was doing his job, even if excessively, is ridiculous as he was protecting your right to shop without added costs.
I don't care why she was stealing. Theft is theft, a crime punishable by law...and any excuse to justify why it was done or how excessive it was is just that.
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Dec 12, 2013
vol XXIV issue 50
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