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STL Coffee Shop: Controversial Statement

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October 9, 2015
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St. louis coffee shop says ftp

A coffee shop in St. Louis is in the news after a tweet showing the owners son writing FTP (Fuck The Police) on a stack of lids. The tweet that set this off came from @RE_invent_ED (KayRay):

When you realize why bae is bae @jcos24 and why @MoKaBes is your favorite place. FTP on all to-go orders ????❤️✊?

— KayRay (@RE_invent_ED) October 6, 2015

This shop, in the past has called the police numerous times to get their help. The cops have gone to the location to check security as well as to remove unwanted patrons. Sounds like a pretty good message being put forward here.The only reaction so far from the company has been on twitter as well.

Per our policy he is on paid leave pending an investigation. B/C we take cup graffiti as seriously as the police take police murder.

— MoKaBae's (@MoKaBes) October 7, 2015

The story has been covered by a few news organizations. To include this from WND about a similar event:..... Tuesday’s incident is similar to two that happened in New England over the past week.Black Lives Matter supporters at a Dunkin’ Donuts in West Hartford, Connecticut, and Providence, Rhode Island, both caused a scene when cops entered their respective establishments, WND reported.“He didn’t get the message. We don’t serve cops here,” a West Hartford policeman was told Oct. 3.The officer in Providence was given a cup with “BLM” on it Oct. 2.Both cops received apologies.And finally this Fox News video:[mwi-cat-listing cat="94" ppp="4" cols="4" desc="false" type="view" btn_color="black" ]

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