This led to the cops calling my cell phone and telling me I am no longer welcomed in Walgreens and that if I go there I will be arrested and that they are trespassing me. I asked them what happened and they said that I apparently made threats, and that they have a copy of the phone call to Walgreens corporate that they are just following through because I sounded angry and threating ,the cop said he hates these stupid things too and he hates wearing them at gyms and that I should just shop on Amazon. "Cant go wrong with amazon bud, ha...ha" I wonder if he slapped his knee after that lame joke. Then he told me again that I am no longer welcomed there and if I ever go there again I could be arrested on the spot. Dark times are coming boys, don't be fooled by these relaxations . They'll let us roam around and have our fun for a few more weeks and then the passport hammer is going to come swinging down crushing every lit bit of freedom we had left.
I cant help but , feel like you cant even make a peep anymore or they will deal with you. I'm lucky the cop was okay he could have been much worse, and who knows how this could have played out. Maybe it will go away in a few days but I don't feel like going anywhere anymore, going to have to just start ordering random food in bulk, might as well get used to the garbage food now.
I've been waiting on update on this story from you. Sorry this turned out this way.
There's on rule in the US that I learned: you call the cops first.
When that lunatic cashier followed you, the best way to handle is to call the cops and try to press charges. They might not press charges, but it's going to end up on their record with the company most likely, or even gets them fired, and will leave real sour taste in their mouth. Once you have a police report you filed on them you got a weapon against them.
Then send a written demand letter asking for monetary damages.
When dealing with cops, one has to remember they have breathing problems in a mask and thus exempt from official mandate (all mandates had this exemption), anything beyond that is the store discriminating against you based on disability. Disability under ADA is a lot of things, it does not necessarily mean a person drawing disability or even having a diagnosed medical condition. If you have trouble breathing from being exposed to something, you are covered under ADA. Chemical sensitivity is a disability under ADA, for example.