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Tennessee Man Who Hoarded 17,700 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer is Attacked for Doing What the Rich Do

The day after the United Stares had its first coronavirus death, the Colvin brothers decided to exploit the pandemic for financial gain. They drove around Chattanooga, Tennessee, and like bank robbers hit a Dollar Tree, then a Walmart, then a Staples, and then a Home Depot.




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