But the force of conspirators is powerful, so Greenwood County Coroner Sonny Cox and health inspectors stepped up to defend DQ, as well. There was no human flesh in the burgers, they cried.
“I promise you, I’ve never had anything of that nature asked of me,” Cox told Index-Journal. “I’ve never suspected anything like that. I can honestly say that’s the first I’ve heard of it, and I don’t see any validity in that at all.”
This would make sense, as the building had an updated health inspection and, in 2018, received an “A” grade.
A DQ spokesperson told Index-Journal that the company was investigating, and that “the allegations of illegal activity are troubling." She referred all further questions to the authorities.
At this point, it’s pretty hard to deny the evidence that the raid was caused by other crimes, because two men allegedly involved in the money transfer business are scheduled for a preliminary detention hearing today.
Sorry conspirators. The earth might still be flat, tho.