Employee At Baton Rouge Mexican Restaurant Accused Of Spitting In Police Officers’ Drinks

WHAT did Alton Sterling start in Baton Rouge? All he had to do was follow some simple instructions. Instead, he threatened police and got himself killed and Black Lived Matter used his death to light Baton Rouge on fire. This morning 3 police officers were ambushed and killed after enduring days of ridicule and punishment from the Black Lives Matter crowd. Police all over the country have been facing all types of punishment, murder being the highest form lately. They’ve been punished in many other ways like severing the spine of one officer by dropping a concrete block on his head to tampering with police officers food.

Listen folks, these guys are risking their lives and comfort for yours… HOW can we allow this to continue? Here is another story of police officers finding spit in their food. According to the owners these officers were regulars at the restaurant. When the officer saw spit in his drink the manager acknowledged to the officers that an employee did spit in the drinks but refused to say which employee did it. Here was the complaint put up on FB….

LA Police Officers Spit

Because of the outpouring of support for the police officers, the restaurant decided to defend themselves, saying that it didn’t happen and that what they saw in the drink was undissolved sugar. The owner said after reviewing the video footage they didn’t see anyone tampering with the food. He also mentioned that they have an ongoing program where they give law enforcement 50% off. So what do YOU believe happened?

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