Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Rick Ector Appears on "Cam & Co." to Discuss Food Service Truck Not Serving Cops

Rick Ector Appears on "Cam & Co." to Discuss Food Service Truck Not Serving Cops

Yesterday, I had an appearance during a segment on NRATV's "Cam and Company" to discuss a local Detroit story that went viral. 

George Hunter, a reporter for the Detroit News, broke a story about a local food truck vendor's policy of not serving law enforcement officers in uniform.

For the record, if a vendor does not want to serve cops, that is his right. By the same token, if anybody wants to boycott that food truck service owner for not serving cops that is their right too.

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