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    Walmart Shooting

     

    A short story that may shed some light on what may have happen at Walmart.  About ten year ago I brought my first home, price at 200,000.00 in a very nice area, I was a very young looking 35yr old single black man and the third home on the block to be owned by someone not white…… (911)  was used by my neighbor's several times as a way, either the adults or their kids would have fun at my expense by calling the police to report a black man had broken into a home on their street, I face on one occasion a police at my front door w/hand on gun asking   for my I.D. .. I just had gotten out of the shower and had a towel rap around me when I answer the door (still had to show I.D. my place of employment was call and told that I was stealing products and placing them in my garage… The shooting in Walmart make me wonder if this (911) caller was just having fun at someone else expense and now has cost a life, maybe just maybe they should review the tape of the young man all the way through, Im sure Walmart would not want it to be known that the cameras follow their black customer around the store upon entering until checkout, but let them know, we know they do and it okay, because someone lost their life and someone need to answer for it, pranking (911) or calling S.W.A.T will escalate if nothing is ever done about the person making a call that end in the murder of an innocent  life/people.

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