When a grocery store sells out for the month of December, that doesn’t mean the supermarket is committing terrorism.
Instead, it’s simply that the customers who are there aren’t happy, and that they want to leave.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, this is the third time in the last six months that the federal government has shut down a large supermarket in the United States.
In the first instance, in August, it was the Westside Food Mart in Cleveland, Ohio, which was shut down by the Department of Homeland Security after the store’s owners allegedly tried to purchase a firearm.
In the second instance, it is the CVS Pharmacy in Minneapolis, Minnesota, which closed down in May.
Both the Cactus Grocery store in Denver, Colorado, and the Walmart in Minneapolis were also shut down last year after the owners allegedly attempted to purchase explosives.
According the DOJ, the same pattern is occurring again in the U; however, this time, it has been in the case of the New York City branch of Walmart.
Last year, it took a long time to shut down the store in New York’s Bronx after its owners allegedly purchased explosives.
On Thursday, it appeared that the city was finally able to shut the doors of the supermarket for good, but that wasn’t the case on Thursday.
Instead, the store will be closed for the remainder of the month.
That means the stores owners have been fired from the grocery store and are now in jail awaiting trial.