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Pictured, from left, are Robert G. Brody and Lindsay M. Rinehart. Pictured, from left, are Robert G. Brody and Lindsay M. Rinehart.

Starbucks Corp. CEO Kevin Johnson is in damage control mode. Back in April, two black men were arrested for trespassing while waiting for a friend in a Philadelphia Starbucks. One of the men requested access to the restroom but was told it was for paying customers only. The men were then approached by a manager and asked if they wanted to order. After they declined, the manager called the cops. The men were arrested and jailed for several hours before they were released. No charges were filed.

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