Here’s something that ought to kill off the snitching programs set up around the country by local governments to finger local businesses still open in the name of combatting the coronavirus:
According to GatewayPundit:
Talk radio great Jamie Allman filed a Sunshine law request for the actual emails of St. Louis County residents who’ve snitched on local entrepreneurs trying to make a living. Most of the complaints were unfounded, involving people “turning in” companies that were deemed essential by the county.
Sure enough, he got them. Here. Apparently, some crummy little bureaucrat in the bowels of St. Louis’s government went ahead and sent them to the clever shock jock — names, email addresses, complaints, and all. Every COVID-19 snitch in St. Louis has just been outed.
This undoubtedly would be embarrassing for the people who made those seemingly secret complaints, playing snitch in the same way as the ordinary snitches and their blotting-paper secret police controllers depicted in The Lives of Others, a brilliant film that won an Academy Award.
Read the full story from American Thinker
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