Wednesday, August 30, 2017

A Witness Tells of a Fraud Gone Wrong Today (Grand Rapids Diary)

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 11:22:00 P.M. EDT


I witnessed first- hand today, a black attempting to commit a felony right in front of me. I was getting gas for my car, went in to pre-pay and a black thug was the guy ahead of me—trying to purchase lottery scratch offs and a carton of cigs.

The employee was given a credit card—which was rejected by the machine. The black was asked for ID—he handed the employee a driver’s license.

“This is not you—this is not yours.”

“Uhhh, ummm, I never have any trouble here...”said black felon, “You're not going to let me get that stuff?”

I was waiting for a gun to get pulled.

“Your card was rejected.”

The black thug turned slowly and left.

Another older white guy had come in and witnessed this episode.

“Goddamn crook.”

“Had to be stolen stuff,” I said.

My aunt had her house broken into years ago and had her checkbook and license stolen. Store clerks actually looked at the license—an older white woman—and let the blacks who stole her stuff, USE THE CHECKS THAT THEY’D STOLEN.

Unbelievable—but not really…


Anonymous said...

Don't ever get in line behind one of them is the adage. So very true.

Anonymous said...

Even when not there to commit crimes, they will spend long, long times deciding what to order at a fast food place, asking a million questions, then adjusting the order, etc. Or, they get argumentative.

- the gentle grizzly