CCTV'S Human Service News and Information TV/Blog Alert and Update; Homeless Fridge and Pantry Harvard Square!

CCTV'S Human Service News and Information TV/Blog Alert and Update; Homeless Fridge and Pantry Harvard Square!

The “Fridge and Pantry on Church Street in Harvard Square, is it a Bad Idea or not?

  • Posted on: 10 April 2021
  • By: HRASHID

What happens when poisinous,unsanitary, and pollutted food items find their way into the fridge and pantry? What happens if homeless people start getting sick or begin dying from eating food that they have taken from there? What gaurantee that the food taken from that location and source is safe? Has the Board of Health certifide that the fridge and pantry is safe for human food consumption? Even though it’s good that people give food to the homeless, I think it might be a bad idea when you look at the possible harm that can arise from it’s use and being, designated as a safe source of food for the homeless.

There are alot of peoples out there that hate the homeless, and that will jump at every opportunity to do them harms and wrongs. That fridge and pantry is such an opportunity. There is no gaurantee that the food at that location will continue to be safe for human consumption by the homeless. Think about it.

SEE: https://www.cambridgeday.com/2021/03/31/remember-free-food-pantry-in-har...

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE:

Man sentenced for poisoning 8 California homeless people
A man who poisoned eight homeless people in a Southern California beach town so he could videotape their reactions has been sentenced to four years in state prison

ByThe Associated Press
April 9, 2021, 9:48 PM
• 2 min read
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. -- A man who poisoned eight homeless people in a Southern California beach town so he could videotape their reactions was sentenced Friday to four years in state prison.

William Cable, 38, of San Andreas in Northern California, was sentenced after pleading guilty to poisoning, injuring an elderly person, and other felony and misdemeanor charges, according to the Orange County district attorney's office.

Prosecutors said that last May, Cable gave homeless people in Huntington Beach food laced with oleoresin capsicum, which officials described as being twice as strong as pepper spray used by police.

Some victims were told they were participating in a “spicy food challenge” and others were not, authorities said. Some were given other food and beer to get them to eat the poisoned food.

The victims had seizure-like symptoms, difficulty breathing and suffered vomiting and intense mouth and stomach pain. Some had to be hospitalized, prosecutors said.

“They were exploited and poisoned as part of a twisted form of entertainment, and their pain was recorded so that it could be relived by their attacker over and over again,” Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said in June after Cable was criminally charged.

Cable could have faced more than 19 years in prison if he had been convicted at trial.
SOURCE: ByThe Associated Press April 9, 2021, 9:48 PM.

Yours In Peace
Hasson Rashid
Human Service News and Information CCTV TV/Blog
Concerned Resident and Citizen
Cambridge,MA