The Austin Police Department's post on Twitter about thank-you cards the department said came from grateful Austin residents drew immediate skepticism.
We can’t express enough how grateful we are to serve you, Austin. Our officers have been working around the clock d… https://t.co/gzbTYXkwdT— Austin Police Department (@Austin Police Department)1591465904.0
Retweeters and repliers noted that the handwriting on the cards looks similar, they don't have addresses and that they seem to be about the same size.
@rohmontgomery Stop being so cynical. Can't everyone in Austin simply have identical handwriting? https://t.co/blsJpnsrYT— Evil MoPac (@Evil MoPac)1591557197.0
But APD says the cards are real, telling the Austin American-Statesman that one person delivered a batch of them and "kindergarten-aged children were involved in making them."
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