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Target's Dangerous Policy Leads to More Victims, Another Arrest

Tuesday, August 22, 2017 @ 12:25 PM
Target's Dangerous Policy Leads to More Victims, Another Arrest Tim Wildmon AFA President MORE

Target's dangerous policy of allowing men into women's dressing rooms has claimed another innocent victim of sexual voyeurism.

According to NBC10 News, a 36-year-old man secretly filmed women trying on clothes in the dressing room of a New Jersey Target store. The news report stated that as many as 100 victims could have been spied on.

One victim told police she saw a man's hand creep under her fitting room wall inside the store. The hand was holding a cell phone. The victim attempted to confront the voyeur, but he ran out of the store.

The police were able to catch him, and they also caught onto the fact that he may have been performing this crude, invasive, and illegal behavior for some time.

"It's frightening," a local Target shopper told NBC10, "when you run into a store, you don't expect to be targeted or stalked and it's frightening."

Target's policy intentionally places employees in a position of allowing men to enter a dressing room when they know very well that innocent women are at risk.

In effect, Target employees who work in clothing departments (most often women) are to turn a blind eye and allow potentially illegal activity to occur in their very presence without raising any objection to stop it.

As long as Target continues to allow men free and unrestricted access into women's dressing rooms and restrooms, these sexual violations against women and little girls will continue to occur.

There are still women who are unfamiliar with Target's dangerous policy. Will you help spread the warning and let your family and friends know about the Target boycott?

Please make all your friends aware of what Target is doing and urge them to sign the boycott pledge at https://www.afa.net/target.

It would also be very helpful to call Target headquarters at 612-304-6073 to let them know you are boycotting their stores.

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