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October 12, 2015 -- Kenn's Law #32 says, "Humans don't always believe what they see but, rather, see what they believe."

Watch the video below.

Do you believe what you see?

What you see is a group of black people -- presumed to be family members -- browsing at the Blue Phone cell phone store in Flowood, Miss.

A woman opens a display case while the clerk is distracted. She takes a phone. Other members of the family also help themselves to the merchandise, including a child.

Some people see white privilege. Others see black crime.

Some see Jim Crow laws as an expression of white racism. Other see Jim Crow laws as means to control shoplifting.

Jim Crow laws? Seriously?


Shopping centers in many urban areas still employ Jim Crow laws to protect businesses from shoplifting. However, rather than prohibit blacks from entering their properties, they prohibit groups of three or more teens from entering. The objective is the same: To prevent blacks teens from rowdy behavior and shoplifting.

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The following information is from the Flowood Police Department:

Authorities responded to Blue Phone LLC around 12:00 p.m. due to a call of theft.

Store owners reported three cell phones missing from a display case. Surveillance video shows a individuals taking merchandise totaling $1,499. 97.

The Flowood Police Department is asking anyone with information to please call 601-932-5400.

The theft is still under investigation.

FLOWWOD, Miss (WJTV) – A local business is asking for your help.

Bluephone, a used phone and repair store in Flowood, MS posted video of individuals stealing $1,500 worth of merchandise from its store.

The two minute video shows an unidentified woman moving the sliding door to a display case. Then, a man and a young boy take several pieces of merchandise out of the case.

The young boy tries to move the sliding door back into place but an employee comes into view. Later, the same woman moves the door back into its original position and the three leave the store.

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