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Bad News for Amazon Whole Foods: “Court rules that ‘corrective education’ scheme is extortion – Herrera wins on two key issues in case”

TweetSo IDK. I thought that this exact kind of “corrective education” was “offered” to alleged shoplifters the Whole Foodses of San Francisco, but I don’t know that this Corrective Education Company was the one involved. Anyway, I saw this scene at one of my rare visits to the Haight Street WF… …and then posted this and […]
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