Source: PJ Media
Last week, a policeman ordered a box of doughnuts from Krispy Kreme in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. Upon receiving the box, he saw an unpleasant message scribbled in permanent marker: “Black Lives Matter.”
Many Americans might not think twice about such a message; police rightly suspect it may be akin to a threat.
“While it is clear this behavior was egregious in nature, Krispy Kreme did take responsibility for the incident,” Louis Defense, spokesman for the Smyrna Police Department, said in a statement. The department said it had received a letter from Krispy Kreme, a corporation based in North Carolina, apologizing for the incident.
“We have offered our sincere apologies to the Smyrna Police Department and addressed the matter at the shop,” the statement read. “Furthermore, we will use this opportunity to train the staff at all of our US shops to reinforce mutual respect between…
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