Walmart Employee Pat McCaster and Saraland, Alabama Police Officers Lieutenant O'Dell And Officer C. Campbell Falsely Accused a Grandmother of Stealing a Cell Phone
Mrs. Kidd Rights were Violated: If no, human, (Pat McCaster, Lieutenant O'Dell, and Officer C. Campbell) sees, what Walmart surveillance video footage sees, then no one rights have been violated. Three men (Pat McCaster, Lieutenant O'Dell and Officer C. Campbell) violated Mrs. Kidd Rights. They all saw what Walmart surveillance video saw. Not one of the men went against Walmart surveillance video even though Pat McCaster, Lieutenant O'Dell and Officer C. Campbell looked at the video, as soon as, they walked into the Access Protection Room. As you will see on the second video, my family privacy was violated, as well, which could have been avoid if Pat McCaster, Lieutenant O'Dell and Officer C. Campbell had told the truth, as to who they saw in Walmart surveillance video.
Walmart Supercenter Store Inc. in Saraland, Alabama, employee, Pat McCaster, who works in the Access Protection Room and Saraland, Alabama Police Officers, Lieutenant O'Dell and Officer C. Campbell Falsely Accused, and Interrogated, Mrs. Kidd, a 64-year-old Mother and Grandmother, who never walked into the store, of Stealing a cell Phone.
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They were unnecessarily humiliated, embarrassed, which brought on anxiety, depression, fear, worry, frustration and insomnia, as people walked in and out of the store, stopping, watching and coming back inside of the store to get a better look at the accused victim, her daughter and her three grandchildren.
During the recording of the first video in the outer section of the store, Mrs. Kidd was actually marked by a bystander. Mrs. Kidd said to her daughter and Officer C. Campbell, I am going to sue. The bystander repeated, as to what she had said to her daughter and Officer C. Campbell, I am going to sue.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Customer Care.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.