What started with an email from a Town and Country mother who felt her son was being discriminated against, turned into a firestorm of outrage against one Town and Country business owner.
(Previous Story: Facebook Post Prompts Boycott of Town and Country Business)
A Facebook page alleging discrimiation at F.O.B. St. Louis in Town and Country's Lamp and Lantern Village tugged at the emotions of many, prompting comments on Facebook and even here on the Town and Country-Manchester Patch site.
The store's owner said the entire incident had nothing to do with discrimination, but was always a safety issue. Despite her side of the story, she received harassing phone calls and visits to her store.
(Previous Story: Facebook Sparks Harassment of F.O.B. Store Owner)
However, late Wednesday night, that page is nowhere to be found. No word on who removed the page from Facebook, or who created it in the first place.
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