They are watching you...
Get your facts right. Anyone condoning this behavior is gladly giving up their basic human right not to be judged by an idiot on a power trip before proven guilty. The CO-op is all over this post i.e. Sanity Overrated (guess it is at the co-op at least), by the way your store overcharges customers on a regular and obscene basis, how is that accounted for? Should customers start pinning clerks and managers down by the neck every time someone there makes a mistake at check out? No, and the co-op should have the respect to handle under a dollar "mistakes" the same way we customers do, smile correct the matter and move forward not unleash the Dobermans. They need better loss prevention strategy for small level theft! bottom line. And separate your bins by organic and non organic to eliminate the confusion and theft already, (like other stores), if it's that big of an issue, because believe it or not accidents happen, when your human and tired, hense all the mistakes the co-op clerks make.
What's next the co-op cutting peoples finger's off for stolen chili's!!
The Co-op is on the defense because they know they have taken this to far already, and it's not a big challenge to get the extremist to rally around these parts. For all you who think everyone accused of stealing at the co-op is guilty, good luck. Mark my words corrupt abuse of authority will eventually happen to you or someone you know. Karma is a bitch and the co-op's karmic debt will soon be collected on. Guarantee this guy will prove his own truth.
I hope this girl take's legal action. Unless that guy can prove that she was aggressive she has got a case. I know that LP officer is out of his mind (he act's like he is in a movie or a video game. Guy is doing his job that way because he has issues and the co-op is paying him to act them out on all their "guilty" customer's.
*by the way "Jack aleope" your a turd. Doesn't take a genius to know ne one can hit refresh and like themselves and dislike other's comment's all day long.
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vol XXVII issue 34
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