Brownsville Soldier Still Wants Public Apology

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BROWNSVILLE, Tenn.- Tommy Williams, the Brownsville soldier who said he was discriminated against while shopping at a Brownsville convenience store said he has received an apology from the owners of the store. He wrote on his Facebook page Wednesday night that even though the owners of Brownsville Express came to his house and personally apologized, he would like a a public apology for everyone else who was offended. Williams said the clerk admitted to telling him he should take off his Army jacket and praised Allah. Williams also said the owners told him the man no longer works at their store.

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