Girl Scout Cookie Stand Shut Down By PoliceWXIA
Feb. 26, 2011
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"It was doing good.. and then... he came up. He was scaring us... because we thought all the adults were going to go to jail." - A little girl learns how "free-market capitalism" works in a police state.
VILLA RICA, Ga. (WXIA) -- It sounds like a bad Saturday Night Live skit -- police cracking down on a Girl Scout cookie stand. [...]
"We were just told that we would have to pack up our cookie booth [and] we would need to go and get a peddlers permit," Crook said. "The customers that were there had to just be turned away." [...]
"They were very upset that we were in real trouble and that we were all going to be taken to jail," Crook said.
Both Villa Rica Police Chief Michael Mansour and Mayor J. Allen Collins said they have spoken with the officer who dealt with the Girl Scouts, and they believe he did nothing wrong.