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Old June 2, 2011, 08:48 PM   #27
Double Naught Spy
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double naught spy, you say there is no increase in robberies of the stores that acknowledge they have a no firearms policy???? really???

Then why have 10 of the last 10 pharmacy robberies in the Spokane, WA area, as reported on the TV new...ALL BEEN WALGREENS??????? (not all the same stores, but all have been Walgreens)
You are going to have to show me your data and dates because I can't find anything to support your claim online.

You have 10 since
May 24, 2011 when Rite Aid was robbed? http://www.kndu.com/story/10749538/a...nes-south-hill
Nov 29, 2010 when Rite Aid was robbed? http://www.spokesman.com/video/2010/...e-aid-robbery/
Aug 31, 2010 when the Fifth and Browne Pharmacy was robbed? http://www.spokesman.com/stories/201...may-oxycontin/
Aug 3, 2010 when the Rite Aid was robbed? http://www.krem.com/news/29th-rite-a...-99913574.html
July 9, 2010 when the Alberson's pharmacy was robbed?
http://www.krem.com/news/crime/Pharm...-98125464.html

I just listed a few of your pharmacy robberies in Spokane only, but it sounds to me like y'all have a fairly significant problem and it isn't just with Walgreens. On top of that, Walgreens policy isn't new. How do you account for the other pharmacies being robbed if Walgreens is such an easy mark?

Yes, the guy involved in the May 2 robbery actually robbed 2 Walgreens and he also carjacked a guy.

So, show me your data. Show me the 10 Walgreens robbed with some links to verify.
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