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Salon Owner Fined $7,000 & Sentenced to 7 Days In Jail for Opening During Lockdown

The following article, Salon Owner Fined $7,000 & Sentenced to 7 Days In Jail for Opening During Lockdown, was first published on Flag And Cross.

Hair salon owner Shelley Luther was faced with an ultimatum: go to jail for a week or apologize for reopening her small Texas business.

She did not apologize.

Check this out, via WFAA :

A Dallas salon owner who has continued offering services despite a citation, cease-and-desist letter and a restraining order was sentenced on Monday to seven days in jail.

In Tuesday afternoon’s hearing, Dallas Civil District Judge Eric Moyé also ordered her to pay thousands in fines for refusing to shut down her salon in violation of shelter in place orders.

LOOK:

Luther spoke with Glenn Beck:

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Aw, 7 days in jail for being an American? Good thing they released the criminals so they could have jail cells for innocent people. People that work for a living…. Beware the anti-American socialist that the dems vote into positions of extreme power…..

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