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Cincinnati, Oh (07/29/15) - A University of Cincinnati police officer was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge in what a prosecutor called “a senseless, asinine shooting” during a minor traffic stop. It was the first time such a charge had been leveled against an officer in the city. The Hamilton County prosecuting attorney, Joseph T. Deters, released a much-anticipated video of the shooting of Samuel Dubose, which he described as crucial evidence that the officer, Ray Tensing, had lied about being dragged by Mr. Dubose’s car. A grand jury, Mr. Deters announced, indicted Officer Tensing on a murder charge, punishable by life in prison, and a voluntary manslaughter charge.

“It was a senseless, asinine shooting,” Mr. Deters said at a news conference, using stark terms to denounce the July 19 episode, Officer Tensing’s claims about it and the officer himself. “This office has probably reviewed upwards of 100 police shootings, and this is the first time we’ve thought, “This is without question a murder. He wasn’t dealing with someone who was wanted for murder,” he said. “He was dealing with someone who didn’t have a front license plate. This was, in the vernacular, a pretty chicken-crap stop.”

The death of Mr. Dubose, who was black, at the hands of Officer Tensing, who is white, joined a string of recent episodes — in Staten Island; Cleveland; Baltimore; North Charleston, S.C.; and Ferguson, Mo., among others — that have raised hard questions about law enforcement’s use of force and the role of race in policing. Video cameras have recorded many of the episodes and nonlethal encounters — like the arrest of Sandra Bland, who died three days later in a Texas jail cell — offering disturbing evidence of the confrontations that often contradicts the accounts of people involved.“I’m so thankful that everything was uncovered,” Mr. Dubose’s mother, Audrey, said at a separate news conference. “I though it was going to be covered up.”

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So #Starbucks has begun to penalize its employees for taking home out of date food. So anything that would have fed us and our families or donated to pantries and shelters must now be trashed under penalty of termination. Please call or tweet #starbucks and let them know you think this is horrible.

So let me reiterate exactly why this is horrible:

Because not only are they wasting food, they are taking food out of peoples mouths who needed it.

 A lot of those people being the very people that starbucks employs, because even at a higher than minimum wage most places do not pay a living wage, many food service workers subsist on the food they serve to make ends meed each month.

 On top of taking that food they are branding these people who are mostly trying to feed themselves, friends and family thieves. They are terminating people for “acts of theft” for food that is unfit to sell. Which not only takes money out of their pockets ( a still not livable wage even if they boast a higher than minimum one) but they are also blacklisting people from getting hired elsewhere.

And even when the food was not going to starbucks staff often times would be handed out by us or others to homeless people, or collected by churches and shelters.

Starbucks is not gaining any money through this policy, this policy does not benefit the customer. They are literally punishing us for being hungry and not paying for the food that many of us could not afford otherwise.


Starbucks Customer Service
PO Box 6363
Dover, DE 19905-6363


800-Starbuc (800-782-7282)
Mon – Fri 5 AM – 8 PM (PST)
Sat – Sun 6 AM – 4 PM (PST)


You can also bombard their Facebook and Twitter Accounts and ask why they are punishing their partners for being hungry.