Hello Kitty Caper: Community Activism and Voluntaryism

Beautifully said and a story worthy of sharing and spreading —

Pay it forward folks and you will change the world!

See story via Liberty on Tap – Tulsa here >>>

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them

Photo credit: via TC Ryan on Facebook

Liberty on Tap

 

The Tulsa State Fair is in town. The midway is bustling with the sights and sounds of rides and games….and the Tulsa County Sheriff Department, in place to protect and serve. One undercover deputy saved many fair goers from a menace to society, from a dangerous threat for all those attracted to the balloon/dart game…..he saved them from the Hello Kitty carney.

The deputy negotiated a price for the Hello Kitty doll rather than play the game. The Hello Kitty was soon in his possession as was Frank, the carney. He was thrown in a cage and charged with violating the Carnival Fraud Act and slapped with a $500 bond. Frank is apparently an indigent worker from Texas.

As the story hit the media, more and more people expressed negative comments against law enforcement. One group of individuals found this injustice outrageous and worked together to raise money to…

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