unexpected marketing result: murder confession

Getting text messages and mail from retailers is noting new. Usually they are addressed to you, or a horrible misspelled version of your name. And then, every once in a while you might receive a text message intended for someone else. What do you do in this case?

Well, this man decided that the texts he was getting from Walmart were harassment from someone with knowledge of a murder he committed in Arizona. This 'harassment' lead him to let the police know that it was happening, and that he killed a person. Ladies and gentlemen... I submit that this is why their stores are called Super.

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