Amazon Claims It Found Ropes in Their Warehouse ‘That Could Be Interpreted as Nooses’


Amazon has clearly learned nothing from the global humiliation of Bubba Wallace over the past year and is now offering a reward for ropes in one of their warehouses that “could be interpreted as noose”.

The company is creating a fuss over a couple of ropes that may be thought of as noose, one that police deemed a “no noose” and one that was supposed to look like a noose in their Windsor, Connecticut warehouse in late April.

Amazon is apparently so baffled by ropes in a warehouse that local authorities are investigating. Additionally, the facility’s developer and internet giant are each offering $ 25,000 for anyone with information on the puzzle ropes – a total of $ 50,000.

“Amazon is still deeply concerned about the incident in Windsor a few weeks ago,” Amazon spokeswoman Kelly Nantel told the local NBC partner.

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“Hate, racism and discrimination have no place in our society and are not tolerated in any development related to Amazon – be it under construction like this or fully functional. We are committed to working with the City and Windsor Police Department and our development partners to hold perpetrators accountable and to ensure that all members of our community feel valued, respected and safe. We contribute to the reward of finding those responsible and bringing them to justice, ”she added.

The first rope was found on April 27, the Atlanta Journal constitution reported, and was described by a construction company manager as “the hangman’s noose.”

Andrew Power, captain of the Windsor Police Department, said they removed the rope but were called back the next day about a second rope that was on a beam. They found that one was definitely “not a noose”.

The Hill reports that on April 29, five more ropes that “could be interpreted as slings” were found.

There is currently no evidence of who used the ropes or why.



Robert Dunfee