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Originally posted by asala
I think there was some odd robbery planned and the bomb threats where a distraction,
Yesterday was designated a national day of action against Tesco by animal rights groups including Viva who claim the store has been selling live turtles at outlets in China.
Saturday, July 14: National Day of Action Against Tesco
Partial victory for the turtles! Tesco has announced that they will stop selling live red-eared terrapins in their Chinese stores! Find out more here. However, they will continue selling another species which is still decapitated in store or taken home to be butchered in the most horrible ways imaginable. Our Day of Action will still go ahead! We have free materials, we just need you. No matter how much time you can spare - every little helps! Find out how to get involved here. Please also take a moment to complain to Tesco.
Originally posted by dgtempe
Packages seem to abound this morning.
Miami International Airport has their own. The airport is closed as of now.
Hmmmmm..... Its just fearmongering, people.
An unemployed man has been charged over a string of bomb threats which forced supermarket giant Tesco to close 14 stores earlier this month.
Hertfordshire Police, which is leading the investigation, has charged Philip McHugh, 51, with two specimen offences of blackmail and two of making bomb hoaxes.