What would Matt Serra have to say about this?

More than 900 Missouri residents who 'snitched' on lockdown rule-breakers fear retaliation after their details are leaked online.

Hundreds of people have been exposed for reporting people who have flouted social distancing rules and some are now scared they could receive a backlash.

The names and addresses of approximately 900 people in Missouri were released as part of a media request under the Sunshine Law, which allows for the release of information submitted to a public agency (except for wrongdoing and abuse tips).

St. Louis County had urged the community to share details of anyone not following guidelines in response to the coronavirus pandemic and noted in the terms and conditions that information may be shared publicly.

However some people may not have read the small print submitted tips via an online form and email from the end of March.

Many had asked for their communications to remain private.

Still the documents published online ended up being shared on social media and one man, Jared Totsch, helped it spread further as he posted in a Facebook group: 'Here ya go. The gallery of snitches, busybodies, and employees who rat out their own neighbors and employers over the Panic-demic.'


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Matt Serra was born for this moment 

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meanwhile in TX the buffets are opening back up. Golden Corral says hold my roll

Sixth Amendment - Confrontation Clause

Are they blacklisted from Hop Sings now???

Auto fill list of Karens....

I bet they are indeed scared, not because there is any real danger of reprisal, but because they are by nature cowardly little worms and the threat is that they don't get to be scumbags in secret.

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