CVS Calls Police On Customer For Trying To Use A Disposable Underpad Coupon

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Actual Picture of Manager calling the Police on Hudson

 

In Chicago, Illinois at a local CVS customer Camilla Hudson attempted to purchase a product with a coupon that the product’s manufacturer had mailed to her. A photo of the coupon posted below on her Facebook page shows that it had a Dec. 31, 2018 expiration date.

 

“The CVS manager on duty said that he’d never seen a coupon like the one I had and said that he thought it was fraudulent,” Hudson recounted in a Facebook post.

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Actual Coupon from Hudson’s Facebook Page

“When I asked for his name and his title/role within the store, he became agitated and rude. When I pulled out my phone to document what happened and exactly what he’d said to me (and how he’d said it!) he turned his back and walked away from me,” she wrote. 

Hudson said she followed the manager as he went into a back room and slammed the door behind him. A second manager then approached her, advising her to leave because the police had been called, she said. According to Hudson’s post, the employee called 911 twice, in one call accusing her of harassing them.

Policemen trying to stop a rioting black woman

 

Thankfully the officers left without taking any action and did not file a police report, the Chicago Police Department told HuffPost. Hudson said she left shortly after their arrival, but we hate to think about what could have happened if the police were unreasonable (like the cartoon example above).

CVS apologized to Hudson in a statement and said the two employees involved are no longer employed by CVS Health.

 

“CVS Health does not tolerate any practice that discriminates against any customer and we are committed to maintaining a welcoming and diverse environment in our stores,” the statement read. “We have firm non-discrimination policies in place to help ensure that all customers are treated with respect and dignity. Profiling or any other type of discriminatory behavior is strictly prohibited.”

This incident comes after a flurry of racial profiling incidents around the country were innocent people are being targeted for absolutely no reason at all.

 

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For example in Cleveland, Ohio a 12 year-old entrepreneur was working with his lawn-mowing business and someone called the police on him for accidentally mowing the wrong yard.

In Oakland, California on April 29, 2019 a white woman reportedly called police on a few black people who, she said, were using a charcoal grill in an area where it was banned, according to CNN affiliate KRON. Oakland police arrived; no one was arrested. But the 25-minute episode was captured on video, then posted to YouTube and viewed more than 2 million times. 

 

Maybe if those who call the Police for frivolous charges get fined-it would prevent this kind of nonsense. I can make this stuff up!cropped-black-and-silver-american-flag-18-desktop-background

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Gregg L. Greer a Public Speaker, Pastor, Social Activist, and the Editor of the One World internet journal. Greer is the Founder of Freedom First International a human rights NGO. He has written extensively about American politics, civil rights, and the intersection of social justice and politics. Greer is the Founder of Black America World News.  His stories have also appeared in The Huffington Post, CNN.Greer writes commentary on Apolitical America, MSNBC Online and others.  Listen to his radio podcast at OneWorld Talks -if you are interested in interviews  from him and others of the brightest minds today, you can email him at  oneworldtoday@gmail.com His website is www.gregglgreer.com

 

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Police Harassment At It’s Worse. Cops Get Owned by a Young Man Who Knows the Law

 
Most people wonder what happens when police violate your rights-According to great advice by ExpertSecurityTips.com
FFI KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
The police are empowered by the state to enforce the law, protect lives and property, and limit civil disorder; while abiding by the law themselves. 
 
Police misconduct, which includes harassment and abuse of civilians, refers to any inappropriate action taken by police officers in connection with their duties. Examples of such inappropriate actions include abuse of power, lying against the accused even when under oath, selective enforcement, false arrest, falsified evidence, intimidation, false imprisonment, police brutality, racial profiling, police corruption, surveillance abuse and so on.
 

The video below shows a well informed Lerio Robinson Grant while working out in a gym being approached by Police with a claim that he was a possible suspect “of some kind.” After 20 minutes of interaction with police Grant owns them out all. This video is a classic example of why people need to know their rights. 

 

 

With that in mind-If you have been a victim of police harassment in the past, you would agree that it’s always a frightening and unsettling experience, which makes you feel helpless. And if you don’t do something to stop it, chances are you will fall victim again and again. Below are tips on how you can stop police harassment and abuse:

1.  Understand your rights

If you don’t understand your rights as a civilian, you will be forced to believe that many wrongdoings by the police are right. And in that case, you won’t even know that you are being victimized. You can visit the nearest police department or contact a well-known police officer to make enquiry about citizen’s rights. Most officers are happy to let you know your rights as a civilian. Alternatively, contact an attorney to make enquiry or get a copy of the constitution or criminal law code for your state or country and learn what your rights are. 


2.  File a complaint to at the nearest police department

Visit your nearest police department to report any cases of harassment by an officer. You call also dial 911 (or the emergency number for your state or country) if you think it’s a matter of emergency. Better yet, visit the website of your local police department and lodge your complaints using the section meant for police complaints. Whichever option you choose, follow the right procedures so that your complaint would be properly handled.


3.  Establish and document your evidences

If a police officer is still harassing you even after you have lodged a complaint, here’s what you should do:

Wait patiently for the next time he harasses you, and try to make some convincing evidence against him. You can always have someone with you whenever you anticipate such misconduct so that the person can be a witness. You can also have a small recording device in your pocket to capture the officer’s words.

4.  Report the second time

So that you will be double sure that the police is deliberately sweeping your complaint under the floor, you can complain a second time and see if there will be any positive changes. This time, show them your evidences. Remember to produce many copies of your evidences before turning them in.

5.  File a lawsuit

If you think your complaints have yielded no results, then contact a qualified lawyer. Start by asking if there are further options that you can adopt in order to seek redress. If there are no other options, then pressing formal charges should be your next step.

But ironically, in many places today, innocent civilians have fallen victim to various forms of misconduct by the police, who go beyond the boundaries of their job and conduct harassing behavior.  

 
On a final note, always keep in mind that the police are not immune to the law, and they must abide by both the laws that bind their profession and those that protect civilians. You should always stand up to hold them accountable whenever they exceed their boundaries by harassing or abusing you.
 
 
It’s only unfortunate that these victims are being terrorized by the same people who should be protecting them in the first place. Freedom First International is beginning a National Know your rights campaign in association with Qoura and LinkedIn. For more details email freedomfirscommo@gmail.com or go to our website at freedomfirstinternational.net.cropped-black-and-silver-american-flag-18-desktop-background
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS FFI

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Gregg L. Greer a Public Speaker, Pastor, Social Activist, and the Editor of the One World internet journal. Greer is the Founder of Freedom First International a human rights NGO. He has written extensively about American politics, civil rights, and the intersection of social justice and politics. Greer is the Founder of Black America World News.  His stories have also appeared in The Huffington Post, CNN.  Greer writes commentary on Apolitical America, MSNBC Online and others.  Listen to his radio podcast atOneWorld Talks -if you are interested in interviews  from him and others of the brightest minds today, you can email him at  oneworldtoday@gmail.com His website is www.gregglgreer.com

 

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