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Dunkin’ Donuts Worker Writes ‘#BlackLivesMatter’ on Rhode Island Officer’s Cup

October 06, 2015  | 

A Providence Police officer went to purchase a coffee on Friday night and his cup had a message from the Dunkin' Donuts employee writen on the cup, "#BlackLivesMattter."

The event happened at the Dunkin' Donuts located on Atwells Avenue at the corner of Bradford Street. 

Police officers are concerned about the incident and if anything was put into the cup by the worker, Mike Iamondi, Providence Police patrol officer and Providence Fraternal Order of Police vice president, told GoLocal in a phone interview.


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Tom ret @ 10/6/2015 5:04 PM

Was the employee disciplined? If the management does not see a problem with an employee endorsing the black lives matter group, which advocates the murder of police, I don't see a problem with police, police families, friends or
anyone who supports police to not frequent the business.

Chuck @ 12/24/2015 7:33 AM

These people need to start being treated as the TERRORISTS they are. I am sick and tired of the bleeding heart for the SCUM of the land and all the criminal activity they represent. It is time to stand for what it TRUE and what is RIGHT.....not the LIES of BLM.

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