Target: Ken Paxton, Texas Attorney General
Goal: Find arrested emergency call operator guilty for reportedly hanging up on emergency calls.
Crenshanda Williams has reportedly confessed to hanging up on several emergency calls because she did not feel like talking to anyone and considered speaking to the callers a waste of her time. Her reported refusal of one particular call cost the manager of a nearby Raceway convenience store his life; by the time a witness to the robbery of the store managed to get another operator, the manager had already been killed. Williams’s alleged actions took place in March, but she is only just now awaiting trial after having been formally charged with a misdemeanor.
Such lazy, uncaring behavior should not go unpunished by the courts. Williams reportedly cost a man his life with her refusal to aid him in a critical time, and she could have put many other lives in danger. Emergency call operators are hired to save lives at all times, not only when it’s convenient for them. Sign this petition to demand this negligent woman face justice, if guilty.
Dear Attorney General Paxton,
An emergency call operator reportedly confessed to hanging up on several callers, allegedly refusing to aid them because she did not feel like talking to anyone and considered even emergency calls a waste of time. As a result of her alleged laziness and apathy, a Raceway convenience store manager was shot and killed while witnesses to the hold-up waited for another operator to come to their aid. Many other lives were potentially placed in grave danger.
Please do not allow this woman to walk away with a slap on the wrist and a few misdemeanor charges. Such negligence is a crime, especially when it costs a person their life. She must be punished to the full extent of the law at her upcoming trial, if guilty.
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