Headlines Hit Home
June 10, 2020
It was supposed to be something you watched on television; something that happened in the big cities; something that happened ... somewhere else. Instead, what began as a whole lot of nothing, devolved into arguably the worst night in the history of Freeport.
Social media sent out a call for a protest in Freeport for Sunday night, May 30, beginning at 5:00 pm. But included in the call, were discussions about breaking the windows at the WalMart in town which had prompted them to close early as a precaution, and Cub Foods was also mentioned.
But upon arrival at the courthouse at 5:20, the b...