We haven’t heard that the FBI is getting involved in this one yet, but police in Windsor, Connecticut have made several trips to an Amazon construction site after a noose was found hanging from a support beam. Subsequent trips turned up a rope that “was NOT a noose” and five ropes that could be “interpreted” as nooses.
JUST IN: Police in Windsor, Connecticut say they are investigating after “1 noose and 5 more ropes that could be interpreted as nooses” were found hanging inside an Amazon construction site – WTIC
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) April 29, 2021
Here’s a shot of the noose:
— WFSB Channel 3 (@WFSBnews) April 29, 2021
— FOX61 (@FOX61News) April 29, 2021
“Interpreted nooses” — like the clothesline Jussie Smollett still had around his neck when police arrived at his apartment.
Police in Windsor are investigating after a noose and several ropes that could be interpreted as nooses were found at an Amazon construction site on multiple days this week. https://t.co/s25mvqViW4
— Hartford Courant (@hartfordcourant) April 29, 2021
Update from Windsor police after a noose was discovered at the future home of the Amazon warehouse on Kennedy road on Monday. 5 new ropes found today that police say could be "interpreted as nooses" @FOX61News pic.twitter.com/kLY82Ytvpr
— Jill Konopka (@jillkonopka) April 29, 2021
The general contractor “conducted an anti-discrimination/discrimination awareness training session with all employees on site.”
If it sounds like we’re not taking this seriously, we’re just jaded over the Bubba Wallace incident, which pulled in fifteen FBI special agents to conduct interviews to determine it was a pull tie that had been there before Wallace even moved into the garage.
Let me guess. These were loops of rope employees use to open the loading doors just like every warehouse in the world uses ?
— TopRoller ?? (@Toprolling) April 29, 2021
Glad the FBI is on top of this and not Hunter Biden‘s laptop. Good job guys.
— Shawn Gebbia (@esjebs) April 29, 2021
Smelling like the Bubba Wallace incident.
— Carnavs (@Carnavs) April 29, 2021
Or perhaps they were just ropes on a job site ?♂️
— KNIGHTFALLx (@KNIGHTFALLx) April 29, 2021
Investigating what? What crime has happened here? What kind of charges are they looking at filing in this case here. What law has been broken?
— High Roller (@andyb970) April 29, 2021
I don't blame Amazon workers to be honest
— Shoo (@terrmerur) April 29, 2021
— Evil Ricky (@MotionFiction23) April 29, 2021
Guy was probably trying to hang himself but his manager told him to get back to work
— Painhell ?? ζ⃠ (@Painhell1) April 29, 2021
Interpreted as nooses…think I heard this story before
— J (@1Nand3z) April 29, 2021
Ropes at a construction site. Done
— Dick head (@dickheaddiablo) April 29, 2021
Ropes on a construction site, haven’t heard that one before
— Chris Pettit (@chrisp5788) April 29, 2021
I'm going with hoax, but I'm gonna wait anyway. Most of the time these things don't pan out.
— Alexander (@Proverbs2217) April 29, 2021
— LBJager? (@LBJ_623) April 29, 2021
Omg a rope pic.twitter.com/rxXPhZNxIn
— LGBT (@dutdutdoh) April 29, 2021
— Dr. John Misanthrope (@pulpfan02) April 29, 2021
@FBI sounds like a case for you. Send 50 of your best men and women.
— John Wolf (@John_Wolf777) April 29, 2021
"ropes that could be interpreted as nooses"
I would like to see them
— JgaltTweets (@JgaltTweets) April 29, 2021
We would like the police to hold a press conference and show us these other suspicious ropes.
Jemele Hill still insists ‘It. Was. A. Noose.’ even after NASCAR statement says FBI determined Bubba Wallace ‘was not the target of a hate crime’ https://t.co/XZxjV9s7Dn
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 24, 2020