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Original Message Walmart Home Office
702 SW 8th Street
Bentonville, Arkansas

Re: Public Service Annoncements in store: Janet Napolitano

While working in AZ for APS during the governorship of Ms. Janet Naplitano,
in a field position, conducting the GIS mapping and survey called DOMS,
I was frequently accosted by illegal hispanics in extremely negative ways.

I am female was working alone on this project, in all areas of the state.

I made repeated calls to the Governor's office to seek redress after making
repeated calls to law enforcement, who I was told, could do nothing about the
harassment and violent crimes of illegals, which included a felony kidnap.

My calls were ignored, and right before Ms. Janet Napolitano was offered her
current position by Barack Obama, (as a recall election was forming) she was
caught arranging and funding bus transportation for Mexican national children
over the border to attend US schools without due visa process.

As a frequent shopper at WalMart, I am writing to let you know that as long as you
promote this treasonous bitch in your retail establishment, you can kiss my shopping dollars goodbye.

I will also be working in my present community to make the public aware of Ms. Janet Napolitano's track record in Arizona of multiple and frequent violations of law and
safety, battling the will of The People, the law enforcement efforts of Joe Arpiao,
and the state legislature.

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