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You probably want like me after this, I'm sorry but at the same time my true story need to be told. I hope you can understand.

Walmart Employee & Cops Falsely Accused Lady of Stealing a Cell Phone

Take Action: Mrs. Kidd calls on Walmart CEO Doug McMillion and Saraland, Alabama Police Department, Public Safety Director, Chief of Police J. C. West, Patrol Commander Lieutenant Eddie Taylor and Governor Kay Ivey to take actions. Don't allow Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant, Billy O’Dell, Walmart, Employee, Pat McCaster and Officer C. Campbell to violate innocent people rights.

The youtube account of the two videos, with audio of Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O'Dell, Officer C Campbell, Walmart Access Protection Manager, Sabrina, Mrs. Kidd and her Daughter, to support this falsely Accused Crime of the Officers conducting a wrongful investigation have since been terminated by Google. However, both videos still exist.

Walmart Supercenter Store in Saraland, Alabama, Employee Pat McCaster, Saraland, Alabama Police department, Assistant, Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O’Dell, and Officer C. Campbell, should not have falsely intentionally, accused Mrs. Kidd, an innocent 64 year-old-mother and grandmother of stealing a cell phone and walking out the store into the lobby to the ECO Machine to sell it.
Mrs. Kidd, who sat in the lobby and her daughter, as well as her grandchildren, never stepped foot inside of the, store.

Surprisingly, Mrs. Kidd was escorted to the Access Protection Room by Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O’Dell, who supervises Street Patrol Officers, such as Officer C. Campbell.
Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O’Dell and Pat McCaster, who works in the Access Protection Room and who also called the Cops on Mrs. Kidd, both roughly and rudely falsely accused and interrogated her even though they all had watched Walmart surveillance video when they first walked into the Access Protection Room.

Pat McCaster speaking to Mrs. Kidd in the Access Protection Room: “You stole the cell phone. That's you in that video. You did it. You are in this video stealing a cell phone.”

Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy Odell yelled at Mrs. Kidd in the Access Protection and said: "You stole a cell phone. That's you in that tape. You stole that cell phone. You are in the video stealing it. The video is showing you stealing the cell phone.”
During the interrogation Mrs. Kidd told the Assistant Patrol Commander Lieutenant Billy O’Dell and Pat McCaster that she had not been in the store, still nothing changed. They wouldn’t check farther into the matter. Instead they continued to fraudulently, intentionally, aggravated, harassed, interrogated and accuse her of stealing a cell phone.

Outside the Access Protection room, Officer C. Campbell was conducting a wrongful, investigation, as well, with her daughter. He also falsely accused Mrs. Kidd of stealing a cell phone out the store. He admitted that they had seen the surveillance video, as well.

Officers C. Campbell speaking to Mrs. Kidd daughter in the lobby, while customers walking in and out the store, staring, stopping, listening and coming back into the store looking:

Officer C. Campbell: "We have her on camera stealing a cell phone. Yes she did it. I watched her myself on the video. I watched the video personally. It was her. She stole it. We seen her."

Afterward Officer C. Campbell changed his story and said that they had not seen the surveillance video.

Officer C. Campbell speaking to Mrs. Kidd daughter: "We don't want to say anything until we watch the video." which possibly could have been said, to deliberately, provoke her while, Lieutenant O'Dell stood watching, knowing that he had watched the video, seconds ago, while we stood in the Access Protection Room with Mrs. Kidd license in his hand.

Officer C. Campbell was told by Mrs. Kidd daughter that her mother had not been in the store. He too, would not check farther into the matter. Instead he continued to conduct a wrongful investigation, in which he said, Mrs. Kidd daughter was a part of, which can be seen on the first video in which Mrs. Kidd, grandson recorded with his cell phone.

The moment, Officer C, Campbell realized he was being record; he immediately ended his investigation, which was unbelievable.
Officer C. Campbell said to us: "Y'all have a great weekend. You have a good day Ma'am." Then Officer C. Campbell walked into the Access Protection Room, while Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O’Dell stood watching. Immediately,

Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Bill O’Dell spoke.

Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O'Dell: “You all have to leave the store, you're too loud. But you free to go."

While, we stood looking, frustrated and devastated, Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O'Dell calmly, repeated himself.

Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O'Dell said: "Y'all free to go."

Parking lot:
Once the officers realized that my daughter had called the store and asked for a manager to come out to the parking lot, they had to come out to try to turn this deliberately, interrogation and falsely accused crime around to their favor, as if they were good guys., which were exactly what they tried to do on the second cell phone video.

Also on the second cell phone video you will see and hear Mrs. Kidd daughter confronting Office C. Campbell about the lie he had told to her earlier. You will be surprise to hear his answer, but Mrs. Kidd and her daughter wasn’t surprised, because Officer C. Campbell had finally told the truth.

My daughter confronting Officer C. Campbell: "I was told by this Officer that it was her, they seen her, and it was pen pointed that it was her. No misunderstanding period. You said you watched the video personally."

Officer C. Campbell replied before he went on to lie again: "Because that's what the video said."

He spoke those words, while we all, Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O'Dell, Walmart Access Protection Manager Sabrina, my Daughter and I stood face to face, in the parking lot.
If you don't listen carefully you will miss Officer C. Campbell, admitting to what my daughter said, he had said, to her before my Grandson had started to record, but this time it is recorded, on the second cell phone video.

This was a case of racial profiling not only by Lieutenant Billy O’Dell and Officer C. Campbell, but by Wa[mart Employee, Pat McCaster, who started it all, perhaps to farther himself within the company, by catching shoplifters, even if someone is innocent and never stepped foot in the store, Mrs.Kidd.

Walmart has posted signs, displayed, on their bathrooms walls that warns its customers not to shoplift.

One of the posted signs states: Shoplifting can leave a person with a record and impact their life. It’s not worth the risk.

The other posted sign states: In order to bring you low prices and effective customer service, shoplifters will be apprehended. Shoplifting is stealing. It’s not a prank, a joke, or a thrill. It’s a crime. Even if it is your first offense, you could be punished with a lengthy prison term and a substantial monetary fine, plus a record that will haunt you for the rest of your life. We apprehend Shoplifters. Please don’t risk it! Walmart

Now Walmart doesn’t have posted signs displayed, on their bathrooms walls that warn its employees that it’s not a prank, a joke, or a thrill. It’s a crime to falsely accuse its customers of shoplifting. You could lose your job and cause us to be sued.
But most of all you can ruin the customer life.

Don’t be, shoplifter happy, to call the police on an innocent customer, until you are sure that person shoplifted.

Shoplifting is a serious crime yet Pat McCaster, Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O’Dell and Officer C. Campbell, knowingly falsely accused the wrong person of such a crime.

If they get away with this, it is possible that they will intentionally, do it all over again, and you, or your sibling, could be next.

Mrs. Kidd is not the only person, who has been falsely accused of shoplifting in a Walmart Store.

However she just might be the only person, who recently sat on a Walmart bench in the lobby, never walked into the main part of the store, but was falsely accused of shoplifting a cell phone out of, Walmart in Saraland, Alabama.

******This happened after the mistreatment of Chikesia Clemons, by the Saraland, Alabama Police Officers.

Keep in mind, as a commanding officer the Captain is responsible for the functions of the patrol officers, namely, Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Eddie Taylor and Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O’Dell, as well as, Saraland, Alabama, Police Department, Public Safety Director, Chief of Police J. C. West.

Cops take an oath to do things the right way. Cops are obligated to follow the rules, but some don’t always do so, which can cause acts of violence to increase whether its committed by Police Officers against Regular People or Regular People against Police Officers.

This incident, which happen recent was handled unprofessionally, by an Assistant Patrol Commander, namely with title, Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O’Dell, a man of authority, who supervises street Patrol Officers. If you have a leadership position you must show your colleagues how to handle incidents the right way.
If some of your colleagues see what you, a leader are doing, whether it’s wrong or right they will do it, too.

Sign the Petition and tell Walmart CEO. Dough McMillion and Saraland, Alabama Police Department, Public Safety Director, Chief of Police, J. C. West and Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Eddie Taylor, and Governor Kay Ivey Changes, such as, strong, disciplinary actions must be taken when Police Officers and Walmart Employees, wrongfully violate, Innocent People Rights. We have to follow the rules and they must too.

Mrs. Kidd is asking for all parties to be held accountable for the wrongful crime, in which, she was accused of by their employees.
They are as followed. Assistant Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O'Dell, Officer C. Campbell, Walmart, CEO. Doug McMillon, Walmart Employee Pat McCaster, Access Protection Manager Sabrina, Assistant Store Manager, Rena Peterson, Store Manager, Justin Baxter and Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Eddie Taylor.

Mrs. Kidd calls for an apology, as well from the above named people.

Stop falsely accusing African American people of crimes in all areas that they didn’t commit.

This incident could have been prevented if it was properly investigated by honest Police Officers and by an honest Walmart employee.

Mrs. Kidd was falsely accused, interrogated, humiliated, embarrassed and slander, as well as her family, by Patrol Commander, Lieutenant Billy O’Dell and Officer C. Campbell, who intentionally conducted false investigations both privately and publicly.

Mrs. Kidd never stepped foot in the Walmart Supercenter Store in Saraland, Alabama, but was accused of stealing a cell phone.

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