911 Beauty Salon Targeted by Looters. Please Help

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Our adopted Ferguson business, the 911 Beauty Salon, appears to have been a target of looters tonight according to KTVI 2.

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Dellena Jones’s business was already struggling. She didn’t need this.

Let’s prove that we believe in free enterprise entrepreneurship. That we can help our neighbors.

You can donate to help Dellena on this GoFundMe project

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Thank you. God bless Ferguson.

 


7 Comments

  • William Hennessy

    August 10, 2015

    Nick, I hope my question in the comments didn’t come off wrong. I, too, draw a bright line between protestors and vandals. The previous commenter seemed to imply that a break-in isn’t looting. I think of looting as stealing under the cover of distraction–war, natural disaster, etc. As opposed to breaking and entering without the cover of some big attention-getter.

  • Nick Kasoff

    August 10, 2015

    Do you blame shoppers for shoplifting? It would be impossible to shoplift if it wasn’t for all those shoppers providing cover. Personally, I place more importance on people exercising their constitutional rights to speech and assembly than going to Walmart for a pack of toilet paper or a case of beer.

  • A

    August 10, 2015

    This was a robbery unrelated to the protest; not looting. 12 youths reportedly stole a cash register and ditched it within 50 yards.

    • William Hennessy

      August 10, 2015

      Thanks for the update.

      But for clarification, what’s the difference between looting, on one hand, and 12 people using the cover of a protest to break into a store and steal, on the other hand?

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