One More Reason Not to Shop at Wal-Mart
Of course you're not shopping at all right now, no one is, but if you were it shouldn't be at Wal-Mart, where death has been stalking the grim aisles this holiday season -- and not just when crowds notoriously trampled a man to death on Black Friday (which is called that because it's the day retailers' books reportedly turn from red to black each year, not because a morning of innocent shopping is supposed to end in a funeral).
Now comes word that an alleged shoplifter at a Florida Wal-Mart with $393 worth of merchandise died in the store's parking lot last week after a struggle with three Wal-Mart workers.
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